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7knotwind:


JERRY SALTZ advice for artists
7knotwind:


JERRY SALTZ advice for artists
7knotwind:


JERRY SALTZ advice for artists
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rocio Montoya
Flowers


Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rocio Montoya
Flowers


Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rocio Montoya
Flowers


Website
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littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
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littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
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littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
Hi-Fructose
littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
Hi-Fructose
littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
Hi-Fructose
littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
Hi-Fructose
littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
Hi-Fructose
littlelimpstiff14u2:


“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon
Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown. His world is almost completely devoid of human life, and that’s not necessarily an unhappy ending. He shares, “Pretty much all the art I’ll be making this year will be based on monsters and crypto-zoology, some roughly based on actual stories and others from my own head. The aim is by the end of the year that I have developed a good group of these creatures from short stories and set it all up to be published. As I go through and develop this more narrative series of paintings I will create and release five or so small, 5″ x 7″ paintings I call “Cryptidbits” on a monthly basis.”
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iheartmyart:

Rafael B. Varona, from the Animal Loops series, 2014, images posted with permission of the artist. 
Rafael B. Varona: Website |  Behance  | Flickr 
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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )
Here are my one off cut paper collages.  For prints of my digital collages check out society6.com/bedelgeusebedelgeuse.tumblr.com My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cut out from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.
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arkitekcher:

Laguna Landscape Competition  |  Nicola Lorusso, Fabio De Solda, Simone Valsecchi, Stefano IvaldiLocation: Chioggia (VE), Italia
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The Sinking World - Andreas Franke
The Sinking World - Andreas Franke
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doubles-v:

Le mat - the fool / Codex 4
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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Michelle Ramin
"Searching for Paradise" | 22” x 30” | Watercolor on Paper | 2014
www.michelleramin.com