Ojos adentrO
I like this and this and this ...
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Ojos adentrO
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red-lipstick:

Stephanie Brown - 1: Multiples, 2008  2: Book III, 2009-2010  3: Book IV, 2011-2012  4: Untitled, 2009  5: Untitled, 2011      Drawings: Gouache, Watercolors, Pens, Pencils on Moleskine
red-lipstick:

Stephanie Brown - 1: Multiples, 2008  2: Book III, 2009-2010  3: Book IV, 2011-2012  4: Untitled, 2009  5: Untitled, 2011      Drawings: Gouache, Watercolors, Pens, Pencils on Moleskine
red-lipstick:

Stephanie Brown - 1: Multiples, 2008  2: Book III, 2009-2010  3: Book IV, 2011-2012  4: Untitled, 2009  5: Untitled, 2011      Drawings: Gouache, Watercolors, Pens, Pencils on Moleskine
red-lipstick:

Stephanie Brown - 1: Multiples, 2008  2: Book III, 2009-2010  3: Book IV, 2011-2012  4: Untitled, 2009  5: Untitled, 2011      Drawings: Gouache, Watercolors, Pens, Pencils on Moleskine
red-lipstick:

Stephanie Brown - 1: Multiples, 2008  2: Book III, 2009-2010  3: Book IV, 2011-2012  4: Untitled, 2009  5: Untitled, 2011      Drawings: Gouache, Watercolors, Pens, Pencils on Moleskine
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theperpetualflux:

A tiny storm in your teacup, gurl
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asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
asylum-art:

Schilte & Portielje The reasons for working in black and white are manifold. First of all, we want our work to be midway between photography and drawing or painting. We also value the contrast between advanced computer techniques and the slightly nostalgic feel of black and white images, enabling us to increase the distance between art and reality.
As our work deals with the fundamental aspects of human existence, be it man or woman, sexual identity is not our issue. Ambiguity, however, is very important for us, as it creates room for interpretation and identification.
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krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
krazykidd:

elpiratafriki:

Cool Photos of Artist Trapped in His Own Manga Art Series

Dope Shit!!
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kliuwong:

New project in the works for an upcoming show based on Aesop’s Fables… instagram @kliuwong
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carmidoll:

Sacha Goldberger
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2headedsnake:

Yung Chen Lin
2headedsnake:

Yung Chen Lin
2headedsnake:

Yung Chen Lin
2headedsnake:

Yung Chen Lin
2headedsnake:

Yung Chen Lin
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8981amatou:


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8981amatou:


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8981amatou:


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