chakrabot:

coelasquid:

archiemcphee:

South Dakota-based artist John Lopez (previously featured here) creates awesome life-size sculptures of animals by welding together pieces of scrap metal, often pieces of abandoned farm machinery collected from local ranchers and farmers that he’s known since he was a kid. The creatures he creates are so lifelike that it’s hard to believe their myriad parts and pieces were ever used for anything else.

Visit John Lopez’s website, blog and Facebook page to check out more of his magnificent metalwork.

[via Twisted Sifter and Dailymail.co.uk]

dagg yo

amazing

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books0977:

The Woman Painter (1903). Károly Ferenczy (Hungarian, 1862–1917). Oil on canvas. Hungarian National Gallery.

The model of “Woman Painter” was a woman from Nagybánya, who is portrayed in other Ferenczy works. The composition is built on the rhythm of the shadows of the tree trunks and sunny strips. The paintress is standing in the middle of dazzling greens on the hill-side. Colours of the picture are identical with those on the palette. 

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weandthecolor:

Reflections - mixed media artworks by Verena Michelitsch and Tobias van Schneider

‘Reflections’ is project by Tobias van Schneider and Verena Michelitsch to explore different shapes caused by reflections.

Check out more of the mixed media artworks here.

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seventypercentethanol:

a garden for Buster.

I’ll miss you.

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blastedheath:

 ’Picador et femme’, 1960 - Pablo Picasso

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rougemanteau:

Tintoretto, Suzanne and the Elders, c.1555

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blackcontemporaryart:

Kenny Rivero
El Pique
Oil, acrylic, contact paper, oil and chalk pastels, plastic beads, fabric and collage on canvas
60” x 84”

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wasawi:

Cover image for Rival Consoles Ep Odyssey by Supermundane.

(Source: supermundane.com)

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jenbekmanprojects:

The Gardens by Tyson Anthony Roberts

Regional Landscapes
by Tyson Anthony Roberts at Delta Workshop in Sacramento, CA, runs through May 4, 2014. The opening reception is tomorrow — Saturday, April 12 from 6-8pm. Roberts writes:


“Landscapes provide an array of environments and familiar imagery to work with as a starting point. From here, elements of abstraction, color theory and spontaneity are merged to form rural and urban scenes that appear as if in constant transition, taking the viewer from what was to what may be. It is through this idea of continual movement by which my work suggests that the places we know are always changing, whether we are ready for them to or not.”

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peachyapricot:

Popular Science magazine updated their classic Norman Rockwell cover from 1920 to a super cool new 2014 version.

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thefourwindsart:

* Alfred Kubin (1877-1959)

* Into the Unknown (1900-01)

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