no-thanks:

Clinton King
I mean what the hell.

no-thanks:

Clinton King

I mean what the hell.

(via wowgreat)

no-thanks:

weatherwax:

Clinton King
http://www.clintonkingart.com/

I love these paintings so much. I have to be careful looking too much though!

no-thanks:

weatherwax:

Clinton King

http://www.clintonkingart.com/

I love these paintings so much. I have to be careful looking too much though!

(via wowgreat)

likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Zipp - Sleep (2008)

likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Zipp - Sleep (2008)

(via wowgreat)

nevver:

Somewhere, Relja Penezic

quatemases:

Albert Pinkham Ryder, The Temple of the Mind
ca. 1885

quatemases:

Albert Pinkham Ryder, The Temple of the Mind

ca. 1885

(via euphues)

growhousegrow:

unknown

growhousegrow:

unknown

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worclip:

Frameworks (2013) by Studio Mieke Meijer

Frameworks shows the possibilities of a system based on that of lattice constructions.

(via urbsolare)

nickkahler:

Hans Aeschbacher, Figure XVIII, 1959 (via polychroniadis)

nickkahler:

Hans AeschbacherFigure XVIII1959 (via polychroniadis)

(Source: uvre, via euphues)

cjwho:

18th-century London paintings meet Google Street View by shystone | via

In a fine example of the changing faces of a city and the ways we document our surroundings, shystone has taken 18th and 19th-century paintings of London and superimposed them on to present-day Google Street View screenshots, making a collage of London then and now.

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jaylonisrael:

JAYLON ISRAEL HICKS
Work NO. 9
Acrylic and Latex on Canvas

jaylonisrael:

JAYLON ISRAEL HICKS

Work NO. 9

Acrylic and Latex on Canvas

(Source: jaylonisrael, via wowgreat)

mentaltimetraveller:

Mark Grotjahn

mentaltimetraveller:

Mark Grotjahn

(via wowgreat)

ilovetocollectart:

Helen Frankenthaler - Tutti Fruitti, 1966

ilovetocollectart:

Helen Frankenthaler - Tutti Fruitti, 1966

(via wowgreat)

hydeordie:


Inddustry, 2014.
Digital sculpture.
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via thejogging

hydeordie:

Inddustry, 2014.

Digital sculpture.

via thejogging

zeroing:

Gérard Stricher

zeroing:

Gérard Stricher

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Patrik Lindell.