1. cartyisme:

    NietszcheAcrylic Ink on 36x 48 in. Wood Panel.

    Human All Too Human.

    Thanks to BKLNYC for the photo. Took forever.


  2. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Andy Mattern

    Cable Management & Remote


  3. magictransistor:

    Hans Holbein, The Dance of Death (Danse Macabre), Woodcuts from between 1522 and 1538 [Lützelburger].


  4. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Maria Dimanshtein

    This is how i eel and you won’t change my mind


  5. jacobvanloon:

    First Flower I will be on display from August 2 at Flower Pepper Gallery in Pasadena for the Artists Across America exhibition. Thanks to Daniel Rolnik for the spot. 


  6. martincopertari:



    (via 2headedsnake)


  7. kylejthompson:

    Just a few candid photos that I thought were nice

    (via auditties)


  8. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Lorenzo Vitturi

    A Dalston Anatomy

    Lorenzo Vitturi’s vibrant still lifes capture the threatened spirit of Dalston’s Ridley Road Market.

    Vitturi – who lives locally – feels compelled to capture its distinctive nature before it is gentrified beyond recognition. Vitturi arranges found objects and photographs them against backdrops of discarded market materials, in dynamic compositions. These are combined with street scenes and portraits of local characters to create a unique portrait of a soon to be extinct way of life.

    His installation at the Gallery draws on the temporary structures of the market using raw materials, sculptural forms and photographs to explore ideas about creation, consumption and preservation.



  9. deliciousdimension:

    The Cube by Sofia Escobar
    acrylic and yarn
    10x10x10 inches


  10. cavetocanvas:

    Giuseppe Penone,TRA…, 2008 



  12. magictransistor:

    Gustave Doré, Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha [H. Pisan engravings]; Cassell & Co. (First edition), London, ca. 1893.

    (Source: gutenberg.readingroo.ms)


  13. nevver:

    Short stories, Matt Henry

    (via auditties)


  14. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Danila Tkachenko


     I was traveling in search for people who have decided to escape from social life and lived all alone in the wild nature, far away from any villages, towns or other people. The major part of my trips were done in Russia.

          I grew up in the heart of the big city, but I’ve always been drawn to wildlife - for me it’s a place where I can hide and feel the real me, my true self, out of social context.

          I am concerned about the issue of internal freedom in the modern society: how feasible it is, when you’re surrounded by a social framework all the time? School, work, family - once in this cycle, you are a prisoner of your own position, and have to do what you’re supposed to. You should be pragmatic and strong, or become an outcast or a lunatic. How to remain yourself in the midst of this? (artist statement)

    (via auditties)