- ANBU TAISO -
The Honorable RastaMan
- ANBU TAISO -
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giamaartstudio:

Alberto Castelli Alberto Castelli

a cura di Lorenzo Canova

GiaMaArt studio - ottobre 2008
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afroui:

Yoshiro Tachibana
afroui:

Yoshiro Tachibana
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Alan Taylor Jeffries
1. Balance Inquiry
2. Anonymous Anatomy
3. Not in America
2014
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Alan Taylor Jeffries
1. Balance Inquiry
2. Anonymous Anatomy
3. Not in America
2014
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Alan Taylor Jeffries
1. Balance Inquiry
2. Anonymous Anatomy
3. Not in America
2014
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asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
asylum-art:

Fresh Love – Making love in plastic, a project by Photographer Hal
An excellent project of the artist / photographer Japanese “Photographer Hal” which is to represent the love vacuum-packed with plastic couples. Using plastic bags in which he then sucks air through a vacuum, the result is surprising, couples become truly inanimate objects ready to be sold in supermarkets. Of course, air is then quickly put back, which leaves the photographer a few seconds to take his shots. Love it ;)
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englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
englishsnow:

by Monica Forss
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Egon Schiele, 1914
(German, 1890 - 1918)
bio
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ronulicny:

“Large Feather Wheel”, 1997
 By: REBECCA HORN….
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dedablio:

Performance 0187
dedablio:

Performance 0187
dedablio:

Performance 0187
dedablio:

Performance 0187
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cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

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cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

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cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

                                                      &
cross-connect:

Anamorphic Art by István Orosz



István Orosz was born in 1951 and after training as a graphic designer, he first gained recognition as a stage designer and for his work in animated film as animator and director. His posters and graphic art have featured in countless international design exhibitions, and he is well-known as a printmaker and illustrator too. He is perhaps best known for his renewal of the technique of anamorphosis.

Anamorphosis is an art of distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. The art of Anamorphosis was invented in China and brought to Italy in the 16th century, about the time Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci were mastering 3-D and discovering slant anamorphosis.  István Orosz specializes in mirror anamorphosis, where a conical or cylindrical mirror is placed on the drawing to transform a flat distorted image into a three dimensional picture that can be viewed from many angles. He also does slant anamorphosis.

István Orosz’s best creation is probably the one called Mysterious Island. It’s a sketch of a seashore with a sail pushed along by the wind, and two men trekking. But if the image is turned upside down, and a cylindrical mirror placed over the circular sun, a portrait of Jules Verne emerges.
F/Book

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magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box 17. 1600.
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laurgold:

Swann Galleries, Old Masters through Modern Prints, Oct. 30th
Sale 2328 Lot 376
HENRI MATISSE Masque au Petit Nez. Aquatint, 1948. 432x346 mm; 17x13 5/8 inches, full margins. Artist’s proof (there was no published edition). Signed and inscribed “Essai” in pencil, lower margin. A superb impression of this exceedingly scarce print. Duthuit notes only two artist’s proofs, both signed in pencil lower right. Duthuit 798.Estimate $20,000 - 30,000
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cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - ElfanDiary is a gifted, fulltime illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. Visit his Behance here.
                               :-)
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vivipiuomeno:

Serge Najjar aka serjios from To Boxes and Lines series 
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flashofgod:

Stéphane Couturier, Barcelone, Parallel no 1, 2008.
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blastedheath:

Koen van den Broek (Belgian, b. 1973), Purple Shadow, 2009. Canvas, 95 x 73 cm.