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wolveswolves:  By Rovina Cai http://www.rovinacai.com/portfolio/tom-thom/

wolveswolves: By Rovina Cai

wolveswolves: By Rovina Cai http://www.rovinacai.com/portfolio/tom-thom/

Photos Arranged Side-by-Side to Create Clever Scenes -  tumblr_nqa08omSsB1s6ziw6o1_1280

Photos Arranged Side-by-Side to Create Clever Scenes

Photos Arranged Side-by-Side to Create Clever Scenes - tumblr_nqa08omSsB1s6ziw6o1_1280

Working with a large palette knife and thick globs of oil paint, Tehran-based artist Salman Khoshroo creates large-scale figures and portraits that practically drip from the canvas. The scale on a computer or mobile screen can be quite deceiving, as most of these pieces are several feet tall, compos

Working with a large palette knife and thick globs of oil paint, Tehran-based artist Salman Khoshroo creates large-scale figures and portraits that practically drip from the canvas. The scale on a computer or mobile screen can be quite deceiving, as most of these pieces are several feet tall, compos

Dame Du Soir  - Strut and Fibre — Malika Favre

Dame Du Soir - Strut and Fibre — Malika Favre

Conrado Salinas, Illustrations.Totally epic and gorgeous illustrations by artist Conrado Salinas (Previously on Supersonic Art). Check out Supersonic Art on Instagram!

Conrado Salinas, Illustrations.Totally epic and gorgeous illustrations by artist Conrado Salinas (Previously on Supersonic Art). Check out Supersonic Art on Instagram!

Painter Peter Zimmermann has moved his colorful hues from canvas to floor in his latest exhibition “Freiburg School,” at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany. The installation is composed of bright blue, pink, and peach resin that appears like a candy-colored lagoon beneath the feet of museum-goers. This resin covers more than 1,400 square feet, layered in fluid patterns that subtly reflect Zimmerman’s abstract works on the walls.

Painter Peter Zimmermann has moved his colorful hues from canvas to floor in his latest exhibition “Freiburg School,” at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany. The installation is composed of bright blue, pink, and peach resin that appears like a candy-colored lagoon beneath the feet of museum-goers. This resin covers more than 1,400 square feet, layered in fluid patterns that subtly reflect Zimmerman’s abstract works on the walls.

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Tarot-0 The Fool, Casimir Lee on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/nWBbE

Tarot-0 The Fool, Casimir Lee on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/nWBbE

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