bal-bullier:

No title. Eugène Brands (1966).

bal-bullier:

No title. Eugène Brands (1966).

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kristinasheufelt:

Leslie Wayne

longhairshorttemper:

Erik den Breejen Green Stripes, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 18x16” (via Buddy of Work | A blog that invites artists to submit an example of their primary work alongside an example of their peripheral (buddy) work)

longhairshorttemper:

Erik den Breejen
Green Stripes, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 18x16”
(via Buddy of Work | A blog that invites artists to submit an example of their primary work alongside an example of their peripheral (buddy) work)

taumazo:

Shepard Fairey: Obey This Film

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king-koala:

who made that?

king-koala:

who made that?

stevenwmiller:

WANTING www.stevenwmiller.com art #abstract #contemporary #painting #love #luxe #life #international #interior #design #details #color #fun #goodtimes #cool #love #life

stevenwmiller:

WANTING www.stevenwmiller.com art #abstract #contemporary #painting #love #luxe #life #international #interior #design #details #color #fun #goodtimes #cool #love #life

artense:

Dan Bannino 

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statikgodsson:

Suicide

statikgodsson:

Suicide

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samuelbjorgum:

16” x 16” Oil Painting, 2014, Samuel Bjorgum

samuelbjorgum:

16” x 16” Oil Painting, 2014, Samuel Bjorgum

patrickjohnn:

Julia Dault

A) Magic Mountain

B) Escape 

(Source: chinaartobjects.com)

richard-md-scott:

Cheryl Donegan
Untitled, 2013
Acrylic and spray paint on jute
30 x 40 inches

richard-md-scott:

Cheryl Donegan

Untitled, 2013

Acrylic and spray paint on jute

30 x 40 inches

pandyssians:

shitpostmemeboy:

dogmemes:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

he looked old for 14

“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
― Pablo Picasso

I reblogged this before but this really changed my perspective on art movements like cubism. I’ve always been a person who’s really interested in technical skill and not much else, so when I saw Picasso works at museums I’d always scoff. But dang…. it was really when I saw this that I realized that Picasso did not paint the way he did because he lacked technical skill. He had all the skill in the world… and if you think about it, not a lot of people would know who he was if he painted like the way he did at age 14. But because he evolved to be the leading pioneer/founder in cubism… ! I think that’s really neat. He was pretty brave for stepping out of what everyone would like to think is art. Thanks Pablo!

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