ILIKE ART
ILIKE ART
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oxane:

JAMUL by Neil Krug
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crossconnectmag:

reblog from pixography:

Paolo Troilo ~ "Finger Paintings"
Paolo Troilo is known for his incredibly expressive black and white works that have a photorealistic quality about them. Of course, that’s not the most interesting part. The highly energetic pieces were not created by charcoal or pastel, they were made by splattering and spreading paint on canvas using nothing but fingers. Yes, these are finger paintings using only his hands and jars of black and ivory acrylic paints. He consistently depicts himself as the only subject in his work.
Troilo states that this change of technique occurred in 2004 when “I did it with my hands because I… forgot to buy the brushes!”
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crossconnectmag:

reblog from pixography:

Paolo Troilo ~ "Finger Paintings"
Paolo Troilo is known for his incredibly expressive black and white works that have a photorealistic quality about them. Of course, that’s not the most interesting part. The highly energetic pieces were not created by charcoal or pastel, they were made by splattering and spreading paint on canvas using nothing but fingers. Yes, these are finger paintings using only his hands and jars of black and ivory acrylic paints. He consistently depicts himself as the only subject in his work.
Troilo states that this change of technique occurred in 2004 when “I did it with my hands because I… forgot to buy the brushes!”
<source>
crossconnectmag:

reblog from pixography:

Paolo Troilo ~ "Finger Paintings"
Paolo Troilo is known for his incredibly expressive black and white works that have a photorealistic quality about them. Of course, that’s not the most interesting part. The highly energetic pieces were not created by charcoal or pastel, they were made by splattering and spreading paint on canvas using nothing but fingers. Yes, these are finger paintings using only his hands and jars of black and ivory acrylic paints. He consistently depicts himself as the only subject in his work.
Troilo states that this change of technique occurred in 2004 when “I did it with my hands because I… forgot to buy the brushes!”
<source>
crossconnectmag:

reblog from pixography:

Paolo Troilo ~ "Finger Paintings"
Paolo Troilo is known for his incredibly expressive black and white works that have a photorealistic quality about them. Of course, that’s not the most interesting part. The highly energetic pieces were not created by charcoal or pastel, they were made by splattering and spreading paint on canvas using nothing but fingers. Yes, these are finger paintings using only his hands and jars of black and ivory acrylic paints. He consistently depicts himself as the only subject in his work.
Troilo states that this change of technique occurred in 2004 when “I did it with my hands because I… forgot to buy the brushes!”
<source>
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eugenialoli:

“Consensually So" by Eugenia Loli.
Portfolio | Store | Tumblr | Flickr | Facebook
'Emma Watson UN speech   
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gifopera:

secret relationship
(some contents adapted from here)
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gnumblr:

OBSERVER
Finally figured out how to properly use hot4d. many thanks to zolloc for introducing me to this plugin!
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997:

Études Studio
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saatchiart:

“I like form and shape and strength in pictures.” –Herb Ritts
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amaki09:

Tricycle | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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workman:

thirdorgan:
Hans Hofmann (Germany, March 21, 1880 – February 17, 1966)
Untitled 1949
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workman:

scandinaviancollectors:
Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923 - 1997), Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), 1974. Serigraph, 35/100. / WV Culture
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hanansharifa:

http://anatebgi.com/pages/joe-reihsen/
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paperplusfilm:

© Viviane Sassen