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artforadults:

self portraits 

more by T S Abe

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rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

DASHA PLISKA

Part of the  "Archetype"  Series

"Archetypical imagery are always accompany people, they are a source of mythology, religion, and art. In these cultural forms are gradually grinding confused and eerie images, they are transformed into symbols, more beautiful in form and universal in content. Mythology was the original way of handling archetypical characters. Archetypes - a kind of initial ideas about the world and life, which do not depend on the level of knowledge. Modern scientists also expressed the view that in our minds initially incorporated information as to facilitate decoding external messages. It is assumed that this information is coded and laid before birth. In support of this hypothesis comes from the fact that people of different social groups and ages similar archetypes are all the same. In this case, read the information contained in the archetype, is on a subconscious level, without logic."
"Архетипические образы всегда сопровождали человека, они являются источником мифологии, религии, искусства. В этих культурных формах происходит постепенная шлифовка спутанных и жутких образов, они превращаются в символы, все более прекрасные по форме и всеобщие по содержанию. Мифология была изначальным способом обработки архетипических образов.
Архетипы – это своего рода первичные представления о мире и жизни, которые не зависят от уровня полученных знаний. Современными учеными высказывается также мнение, что в нашем сознании изначально заложена информация, облегчающая расшифровку внешних сообщений. Ученые предполагают, что эта информация закодирована и заложена ещё до рождения. В подтверждение этой гипотезы можно привести тот факт, что людьми разных социальных групп и возрастов схожие архетипы воспринимаются одинаково. При этом считывание информации, содержащейся в архетипе, происходит на уровне подсознания, без участия логики.”

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thelastbuffalo:

Treetunks! Ink and watercolor on paper 5”x7”

thelastbuffalo:

Treetunks!
Ink and watercolor on paper
5”x7”

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thelastbuffalo:

Bled
Graphite and ink on paper
4”x5”

Damn I love me some old thrift store frames.

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just-art:

Prometheus – Original Film Poster by Mark Li
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lohrien:

Illustrations by Nicolaus Ferry

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thelastbuffalo:

Sphynx ink, graphite and watercolor on paper 5”x7”
— Sorry I haven’t been active at all lately. I’ve been working full time and haven’t gotten around to posting much. But I have gotten some nice work done recently..

thelastbuffalo:

Sphynx
ink, graphite and watercolor on paper
5”x7”


Sorry I haven’t been active at all lately. I’ve been working full time and haven’t gotten around to posting much. But I have gotten some nice work done recently..

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Gustav KlimtFischblut 1898

Gustav Klimt
Fischblut 1898

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gristol:

quick concepts for some ideas of spirits i had. from left to right:

  1. the keeper: guardian of cemeteries - makes sure graves remain clean and never without flowers.
  2. crywolf: once thought to be a trickster spirit that led travelers to their doom, this spirit’s actual intent is to help travelers discover unmarked graves of murder victims.
  3. the cacophony: will appear to some individuals - serves the same purpose as a banshee.
  4. the rat king: a spirit of vengeance, unleashed upon those who hurt others.
  5. the lure: an otherworldly being that feeds on lost souls - will lure them close and devour them whole.
  6. the guardian: a watchful sloth spirit that comforts the spirit of dead children, allowing them to paint his fur.

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abystle:

The Invocation of Satan, Josef Váchal, 1909.

abystle:

The Invocation of Satan, Josef Váchal, 1909.

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science-junkie:

An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.
By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.

science-junkie:

An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.

By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.

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likeomfgitsjonny:

Jonny Ruzzo, “Flora”, 2014, acrylic, oil, aluminum, & glitter on canvas, 12” x 16”
One of six new paintings for the four-person show “Floralia”, presented by Sloan Fine Art and taking place in Los Angeles May 17 & 18! All info at www.sloanfineart.com.

likeomfgitsjonny:

Jonny Ruzzo, “Flora”, 2014, acrylic, oil, aluminum, & glitter on canvas, 12” x 16”

One of six new paintings for the four-person show “Floralia”, presented by Sloan Fine Art and taking place in Los Angeles May 17 & 18! All info at www.sloanfineart.com.

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