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gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Kengo Kuma Talk show. Daigo Daikoku. 2013
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gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Kengo Kuma Talk show. Daigo Daikoku. 2013

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Birgit R. Deubner: Chorus / in vain I will away, 2010

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paganroots:

Scythian Horn by The sword engraver
Jun 15, 2014 / 3,254 notes
nataliehall:

I’ll be on the floor if anyone needs me…
May 28, 2014 / 1,200 notes

nataliehall:

I’ll be on the floor if anyone needs me…

nataliehall:

First commission done! 
if you would like to get one of your own please email
natalieillustration@gmail.com
~NH
May 28, 2014 / 1,965 notes

nataliehall:

First commission done! 

if you would like to get one of your own please email

natalieillustration@gmail.com

~NH

May 28, 2014 / 718 notes

serialkiller:

Zdzisław Beksiński, theme: Black and White II.

"These paintings where made by Zdzisław Beksiński, a poorly known Polish painter. In earlier works he painted deforming models and couples during sex acts. In the Polish communist ’80s this meant his work could only been seen by few. 

A few years later he started painting dark, mysterious images containing dead bodies and visions of Hell. He took inspiration from his nightmares; he often woke up in the middle of the night and began to paint.

People talk about there being a curse on his family. His wife died young due to illness, his son commited suicide. It was Beksiński who found his body. In 2005 Beksiński’s body was found, which sustaind 17 stab wounds, in his Warsaw flat. Three days later, police charged two teenagers for his murder.

Every one of his works was named ‘no title’, for he hated his own work.”

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jfashionmagazines:

Zipper May 2014

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oldtypenewtype:

*NSFW*
 Too slick. Ghost in the Shell article in the 4/1995 issue of Newtype illustrated by Hiroyuki Okiura & Kumiko Yusa.
May 27, 2014 / 2,020 notes

oldtypenewtype:

*NSFW*

 Too slick. Ghost in the Shell article in the 4/1995 issue of Newtype illustrated by Hiroyuki Okiura & Kumiko Yusa.

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