axonsandsynapses:

Turn to Stone (for Velour Magazine)

Photography: Samantha Wolov
Makeup: Jill Marie Mlynczyk
Model: Achok Majak

Lovely effects.

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Fädernas Gudasaga / Our Fathers’ Godsaga’ (1911) by Viktor Rydberg, illustrated by John Bauer.

Source

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alecshao:

Jenine Shereos, Leaves, 2011, wrapped, stitched and knotted human hair

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therhumboogie:

By Richard Shilling, the colours on these sculptures are simply amazing, they really make me feel warm and autumnal. The beauty of his work is also in the fragile, disposability of them, they are only good while in the location that they are made in and sourced from.

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mythologyofblue:

“There is an idea in Finland that it is good to sit in silence as the light goes, to observe nightfall as a time of contemplation - ‘pitaa hamaraa’, ‘keeping the twilight’”. - Peter Davidson, The Idea of North 
Vilhelm Hammershoi, Woman in an Interior (1900-09)
[still, a study of light]
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mythologyofblue:

“There is an idea in Finland that it is good to sit in silence as the light goes, to observe nightfall as a time of contemplation - ‘pitaa hamaraa’, ‘keeping the twilight’”. - Peter Davidson, The Idea of North 

Vilhelm Hammershoi, Woman in an Interior (1900-09)

[still, a study of light]

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manpodcast:

Larry Bell, Old Cotton Fields Back Home, 1962. Collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Larry Bell, who joins me to discuss his career as one of the foremost sculptors of the post-war period. As you can see in the painting above, Bell, 72, was a key pivot between hard-edge painting, light-and-space, and minimalism, which Bell anticipated in his sculpture of the late 1950s. Bell’s work is in the collection of virtually every major museum of modern and contemporary art.
To download or subscribe to The Modern Art Notes Podcast via iTunes, click here. To download the program directly, click here. To subscribe to The MAN Podcast’s RSS feed, click here. To see images of the works discussed in this week’s show — many of which haven’t been published in years, even decades — visit Modern Art Notes.

manpodcast:

Larry Bell, Old Cotton Fields Back Home, 1962. Collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Larry Bell, who joins me to discuss his career as one of the foremost sculptors of the post-war period. As you can see in the painting above, Bell, 72, was a key pivot between hard-edge painting, light-and-space, and minimalism, which Bell anticipated in his sculpture of the late 1950s. Bell’s work is in the collection of virtually every major museum of modern and contemporary art.

To download or subscribe to The Modern Art Notes Podcast via iTunes, click here. To download the program directly, click here. To subscribe to The MAN Podcast’s RSS feed, click here. To see images of the works discussed in this week’s show — many of which haven’t been published in years, even decades — visit Modern Art Notes.

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savepictureas:

Russian illustrations (from a book translated roughly as ‘The Path to Space begins to charge” by N. Kamanin)

Love this style.

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hoploid:

HOPLOID likes the work of VIOLETA HERNÁNDEZ.


http://www.behance.net/violeta 

Very nice.

Fascinating!

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