Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed.

red-lipstick:

Victo Ngai - #1: In Covers: The Day, for Liberty Magazine  #2: In Health & Medical: The Breast Labyrinth, Cincinnati Magazine  #3: Jack and Queen at the Green Mill, Tor SOI55 Book Show GOLD MEDAL  #4: Window or Small Box, Tor

lilspookyfucker:

Karl Urban + Glorious Locks

mccoy-being-angry-at-things:

Kirk, Spock, and Bones actors merged. x y z

now that is CASTING

likeafieldmouse:

Roy Lichtenstein - Brushstroke (1965)

likeafieldmouse:

Roy Lichtenstein - Brushstroke (1965)

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor 

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor 

allthingseurope:

Hesse, Germany (by BphotoR)

allthingseurope:

Hesse, Germany (by BphotoR)

e4rthy:

As Darkness Falls by Colin H. Sillerud

2headedsnake:

Kerry Miller makes use of old discarded books by dissecting and rebuilding them to produce unique artworks. Layering to create 3D effects, she utilizes only the illustrations and shell of the book, while removing the written word.

angrywhistler:

Charles-Nicolas Cochin (1712-1784)

iamjapanese:

Lin Decai(林 德才 Chinese, b.1948)
夏憩图  镜心 设色纸本

iamjapanese:

Lin Decai(林 德才 Chinese, b.1948)

夏憩图  镜心 设色纸本

artchipel:

Mallory Morrison (USA) - Water | Conceptual

Los Angeles based photographer, Mallory Morrison, has been honing her skills in underwater photography for the past few years and continues to experiment with new processes and concepts. Originally a dance photographer, Mallory blended her photography skills with her twenty-four years of dance experience, bringing about a perfect marriage of her two passions. Mallory’s evolution into underwater photography allowed her to introduce another element to this union and extend the range of her talent even further. Her use of dancers in an underwater environment allows Mallory to challenge the boundaries of people photography - utilizing weightlessness to tell stories, which explore the depths of movement and composition.

[more Mallory Morrison | artist recommended by photographer-exhibition]

slowartday:

Chiharu Shiota, Accumulation - Searching for the Destination [Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa]