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putrida:

Maximilián Pirner - Allegory of Death.

putrida:

Maximilián Pirner - Allegory of Death.

asylum-art:

Tao Kunst

asylum-art:

Eugenia Loli: Androids & Gals

Second version of the kiss base collage, this time, using space elements.

Tumblr, Flickr, Facebook, Gallery

We all wind up drawn to what we’re afraid of, drawn to try to find a way to make ourselves from a thing by crawling inside of it, by loving it, by becoming it.

the coldest girl in coldtown by holly black (via jackasskin)

asylum-art:

Robert Alan Art

on deviantART

luxology:

Language and Chaos (1989-1990), Mike Parr
Mike Parr’s self portrait is one that attempts to map the interactions of mind and body, the conscious and the unconscious. It is not a solipsistic search for the self but rather an attempt to explore the human condition and how the personal informs the political. In his self-portrait prints, Parr takes his own image and twists, stretches and defaces it. They are scratched and scarred; marked by acts of aggression and violence. The concept of identity, then, constantly shifts and mutates — unfolds and buckles. 

luxology:

Language and Chaos (1989-1990), Mike Parr

Mike Parr’s self portrait is one that attempts to map the interactions of mind and body, the conscious and the unconscious. It is not a solipsistic search for the self but rather an attempt to explore the human condition and how the personal informs the political. In his self-portrait prints, Parr takes his own image and twists, stretches and defaces it. They are scratched and scarred; marked by acts of aggression and violence. The concept of identity, then, constantly shifts and mutates — unfolds and buckles. 

(Source: pomoflo)

red-lipstick:

Lynn Skordal - Medusa, 2011        Traditional Cut + Paste Collage

red-lipstick:

Lynn Skordal - Medusa, 2011        Traditional Cut + Paste Collage

abystle:

Three Witches Appearing to Macbeth and Banquo (detail), John Martin, 1820.

abystle:

Three Witches Appearing to Macbeth and Banquo (detail), John Martin, 1820.

1910-again:

Fritz Winter, Gestirn 1937

1910-again:

Fritz Winter, Gestirn 1937

calantheandthenightingale:

Paintings in Detail: Hands, part V

Requested by quintaesencias and delphes