Elephant Bitterhead
blastedheath:

Alfred Stevens (Belgian, 1823–1906), Marine sous la lune, 1884. Canvas, 33 x 41 cm.
via amare-habeo

blastedheath:

Alfred Stevens (Belgian, 1823–1906), Marine sous la lune, 1884. Canvas, 33 x 41 cm.

via amare-habeo

ohthentic:

designboom:

anila quayyum agha casts a delicate web of shadows with a single light bulb
laser-cut wood, single light bulb, 6.5′ square cube / cast shadows – 32′x34′
image courtesy of sarah’s throne

see how the recent artprize 2014 winner exercises the architecture of the gallery with shadow and light here.

ohthentic

damplaundry:

Benjamin Jarvis by Thomas Cooksey

damplaundry:

Benjamin Jarvis by Thomas Cooksey

killerville:

i tried to leave a note re: some cardboard things at work, but then i reread it and was like “wow. chillax, jenny holzer.”

killerville:

i tried to leave a note re: some cardboard things at work, but then i reread it and was like “wow. chillax, jenny holzer.”

Rain in the Firth of Forth this morning

Rain in the Firth of Forth this morning

beatonna:

toru-meow:

Russian traditional architrave - “nalichnik” - still can be found even in a big cities.

Some of those was made in XIX century.

http://nalichniki.com/en/ 



beautiful

artafrica:

Kifwebe mask from the Luba People of D.R. Congo (mid 1900s). Wood, red, white & black paint, 13 in. The grooves symbolize animals with striped skin, like porcupines, zebras or antelopes. The round masks were especially danced at funerals of important persons. via Zemanek-Münster Auktion

artafrica:

Kifwebe mask from the Luba People of D.R. Congo (mid 1900s). Wood, red, white & black paint, 13 in. The grooves symbolize animals with striped skin, like porcupines, zebras or antelopes. The round masks were especially danced at funerals of important persons. via Zemanek-Münster Auktion

kvetchlandia:

John Gutmann       The Game, New Orleans      1937

kvetchlandia:

John Gutmann       The Game, New Orleans      1937