quirky.birds

via silvercaffiene / 5 months ago / 371,933 notes /
via naylemonstre / 5 months ago / 733 notes /

annstreetstudio:

Investing in the future of art by stopping in at shopSCAD…

via annstreetstudio / 5 months ago / 618 notes /
queans:

MessHead

queans:

MessHead

via queans / 8 months ago / 5,103 notes /
mybeautifulburden:

Limited Edition prints of ‘Perseverance’ will be available via my shop. Feel free to follow me there to keep updated! I will have more information soon. :)

mybeautifulburden:

Limited Edition prints of ‘Perseverance’ will be available via my shop. Feel free to follow me there to keep updated! I will have more information soon. :)

via 3lda / 8 months ago / 537 notes /
stickysheep:

stringmouseart:

BLAM-O!

YES YES YESSSS!!!! String, I am adoring the expression. She’s too presh.

stickysheep:

stringmouseart:

BLAM-O!

YES YES YESSSS!!!! String, I am adoring the expression. She’s too presh.

via anemia / 8 months ago / 586 notes /

blue-voids:

Paul Schwarz - Studies, pencil on paper

via grelinmachin / 8 months ago / 5,198 notes /

lomindie:

"Modische Atlas der Anatomie" by Koen Hauser

via lomindie / 8 months ago / 26 notes /
averagelemon:

Some Skulls.

averagelemon:

Some Skulls.

via averagelemon / 8 months ago / 24 notes /

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moshita:

Tenax vitae, Rinaldo Carnielo

Galleria Rinaldo Carnielo

via moshita / 8 months ago / 318 notes /

moshita:

"Corazon" et "Frida"

A self-taught artist from Los Angeles, painter Cate Rangel creates work that is full of personal meaning. They are not images of her physical self, but psychological mirrors that are a mix of boldness and fragility, and highlight the power and beauty of the female figure. Cate’s work has been exhibited in galleries in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and London and has been collected internationally.

Cate Rangel

via moshita / 8 months ago / 579 notes /
I think that the only reason people hold onto memories so tight is because memories are the only things that dont change; when everybody else does.
- Unknown  (via jennayliu)

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tres13:

we-pray-as-wolves:

I Can’t Paint by aartishinde

This is really intense for me, because this is exactly what artist’s block feels like. You’ve got color all around you, all over you, inside of you, in your fucking soul, and you can’t get it out on that canvas, that sketchpad, that digital screen that just sits there and yawns, white and infinite in front of you like an enemy, or worse, like a lover you can’t hold because they’re too far away. You sense what you could do if the lines and shapes and colors would come to you, but it all stays just beyond your straining fingers, no matter how hard you reach for it. It’s worse than a sense of your own inadequacy; it’s fear and it’s pain, and it’s everything you feel like you could accomplish but can’t because somehow, the colors won’t transfer from your hands, from your being, onto that white surface. You can’t paint. You can’t even begin.

tres13:

we-pray-as-wolves:

I Can’t Paint by aartishinde

This is really intense for me, because this is exactly what artist’s block feels like. You’ve got color all around you, all over you, inside of you, in your fucking soul, and you can’t get it out on that canvas, that sketchpad, that digital screen that just sits there and yawns, white and infinite in front of you like an enemy, or worse, like a lover you can’t hold because they’re too far away. You sense what you could do if the lines and shapes and colors would come to you, but it all stays just beyond your straining fingers, no matter how hard you reach for it. It’s worse than a sense of your own inadequacy; it’s fear and it’s pain, and it’s everything you feel like you could accomplish but can’t because somehow, the colors won’t transfer from your hands, from your being, onto that white surface. You can’t paint. You can’t even begin.

via silvercaffiene / 8 months ago / 75,158 notes /
 
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