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taxidermy-in-art:

Iris Schieferstein
Juil 22, 2014 / 125 notes

taxidermy-in-art:

Iris Schieferstein

melancholiaailohcnalem:

Méduses
Juil 22, 2014 / 273 notes
septagonstudios:

Jonathan Vair Duncan
Juil 19, 2014 / 397 notes

septagonstudios:

Jonathan Vair Duncan

fuckyeahborntobewild:

Vintage & Landscapes Paradise
Juil 12, 2014 / 130 notes
tattrx:

Cody Eich - Foxtattrx.com/artists/cody-eich
tumblr: codyeich
Juil 12, 2014 / 264 notes
Juil 12, 2014 / 31 400 notes

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artchipel:

James Fenner | on Tumblr - Stalker. Graphite & digital (2013)
Juil 12, 2014 / 1 069 notes

artchipel:

James Fenner | on Tumblr - Stalker. Graphite & digital (2013)

artchipel:

James Fenner | on Tumblr - Translation. Graphite & digital (2013)
Juil 12, 2014 / 629 notes

artchipel:

James Fenner | on Tumblr - Translation. Graphite & digital (2013)

Jui 20, 2014 / 3 657 notes

awinans:

awinans:

"Reflections I - V"

Some personal work, series-style! Featuring Cortis, a blobbish world-traveler.

So I found out today that this series was selected for inclusion in this year’s 3x3 pro show annual! These were some breakthrough pieces for me (and thus sentimentally important), so I’m completely ecstatic. :)

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Jui 20, 2014 / 1 115 notes

artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)

The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.

In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions.

To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]

naturalsceneries:

Canyon Gorge, Oregon, photo by Peter Lik
Jui 20, 2014 / 90 notes

naturalsceneries:

Canyon Gorge, Oregon, photo by Peter Lik

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tattrx:

Submission by Emrah Özhan 
Emrah Özhan - Seahorse   tattrx.com/artists/emrah-özhan
Jui 20, 2014 / 872 notes
jesuisperdu:

red-lipstick:

Euan Macleod (b. 1956, Christchurch, New Zealand) - Night Scene (with Headlamp), 2013     Paintings: Acrylics on Linen 

whoa yes
Jui 18, 2014 / 1 216 notes

jesuisperdu:

red-lipstick:

Euan Macleod (b. 1956, Christchurch, New Zealand) - Night Scene (with Headlamp), 2013     Paintings: Acrylics on Linen 

whoa yes

Jui 17, 2014 / 22 462 notes

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mpdrolet:

Matthew Coleman
Jui 17, 2014 / 4 068 notes