Made of organic material, lovely!
This should have been posted long ago, but I did not have the money nor the time. I´m sitting in front of the Borgia church, as it is Sunday and the lottery office where I was begging earlier is closed. I made a friend yesterday, a Spaniard called Vicente, who is depressed over a broken […]
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From The Spoof! Press <here> to see more. An Australian ventriloquist visiting New Zealand, walks into a small village and sees a local sitting on his porch patting his dog. He figures he’ll have a little fun, so he says to the Kiwi “G’day, mind if I talk to your dog?” Villager: “The dog doesn’t […]
Some indigenous art and dancing.
Originally posted on taniajessicasmith:
More fabulous art from Tania! taniajessicasmith View original post
Glad to show some Fine Art!
Nice spraying, dudes!
You might have to watch them for a while until you see the two sides of the coin!
Originally posted on Journalist On The Run:
My eyes, as seen through a kaleidoscope. A distorted image? Yes! An edited image? NO! Just pure, cool science!
Observe and enjoy! They are playing with your mind…
It is always a pleasure to promote some really nice art!
Originally posted on Chicquero:
Angelo Musco is a Graphic Design and Fine Art graduate from Naples, Italy now based in New York. His work just can’t be absorbed in a glance. The contemporary photographer/artist’s pieces are composed of thousands of human figures (nude bodies) intricately and densely packed on panels as large as 8 x 20 feet, forming shapes…
Some nice ones here! From “Top Class Graffiti Art”
Originally posted on Waifette:
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Light and water, always a good combination!
Originally posted on ART, MIND & SOUL:
There are stories to read in the bark of a tree, just as there are in human faces. I took over 100 photos of bark on a stroll around Strathalbyn, South Australia. Sticking to the theory from my last post – that several photos together might create…
Roses and rain. What more do you want?
Isn’t nature beautiful?
Glass Sculpture by Costas Varotsos. Amazing!
I would like to show you all just one painting by my first art teacher: Mrs. Marion Henke, who lives with her husband in a tiny village, called Bolulla in the mountains not too far from Alincante. Here’s wishing you all the best, Marion! To visit her gallery, click <here!>
I have a good friend, who has a tapas bar back home and who is also a magnificent flamenco guitarist and singer. I thought of him just now and decided to look him up on Youtube, because he was going to make a CD he told me. He is not there, but one of his […]
I’ve seen so many works of art in my lifetime that I forget the names of most of the artists, but here are a few paintings of the Masters that I love the most: But I should state that these pictures do not do justice to the originals at all! I’ve seen a number of […]
by Zombiehun Aren’t the colours extraordinary? Lovely workmanship. Click to visit DeviantArt!
It was on the tip of my tongue, but I could not remember. Had to ask the audience on another site. but here he is, the inimmitable H.R. Giger To see more of his work:<Click here!>
From Deviantart: <Click!> to go to the site!