Aesthetics In My Head

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iron-and-wind:

The Golden Ratio

iron-and-wind:

The Golden Ratio

(Source: thecwst, via fuckyeahsexanddrugs)

the60sbazaar:

French Elle (1967)

the60sbazaar:

French Elle (1967)

(via rollership)

peaceful-moon:

laughing-treees:

adzscott:

Second night camping spot. Somewhere near Wanaka, New Zealand

I dream of New Zealand

this picture made me dream of new zealand

peaceful-moon:

laughing-treees:

adzscott:

Second night camping spot. Somewhere near Wanaka, New Zealand

I dream of New Zealand

this picture made me dream of new zealand

(via hippist)

northwezt:

Santa Cruz, CA (August 2014)

northwezt:

Santa Cruz, CA (August 2014)

(via hippist)

rebeccatun:

and now for something completely different on Tumblr…a selfie in the mirror :-)
(c) Dirk Glassly and Rebecca Tun | July 2014 | Dereham, Norfolk, UK
edited by Rebecca Tun

rebeccatun:

and now for something completely different on Tumblr…a selfie in the mirror :-)

(c) Dirk Glassly and Rebecca Tun | July 2014 | Dereham, Norfolk, UK

edited by Rebecca Tun

(via beautifullyundressed)

allasianflavours:

Golden, Yangon by Marji Lang Photography
janemai:

ants at a picnic by jane maishe’s the cake, get it ??!!!!!!!!!!!/for a lolita fashion anthology tba
buy this at a print (or phone case!)

janemai:

ants at a picnic by jane mai

she’s the cake, get it ??!!!!!!!!!!!
/for a lolita fashion anthology tba

buy this at a print (or phone case!)

(via l-a-t-e-x)

chromadepthblog:

Eva 8775 by pasiasty
jovo-ve:

Boo Boo Hoo
septagonstudios:

Trungles artoftrungles
MERMAID SISTERS
underview:

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(Source: fairytailwitch, via heartofstitches)

asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara

Barcelona, 1977

Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.

The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.

1. Golem /05 - / wood, ceramic, rope, 1,23 cm x 30 cm x 25 cm. 2013. ( detail)

2. yawn / scale 1: 1 / ceramic, rope, brass / Barcelona, 2012.

3. Blank head- / enamelling ceramic, rope,16 cm x 13 cm x 20 cm. 2013.heat/ scale 1:1 / cement, root / Barcelona, 2008.

4.Pulse - /ceramic, bronce rust, 22 cm x 13 cm x 27 cm. 2013

5.vertical construction,  Intervention start: 28th August 2010.

6..heat/ scale 1:1 / cement, root / Barcelona, 2008.

7. bostezo / scale 1:1 / ceramic, brass / Barcelona, 2012.

8. bust/ scale 1:1 / plaster, root / Barcelona, 2008.

2013.

9. yawn / scale 1: 1 / ceramic, rope, brass / Barcelona, 2012.

10. Sculpture designed covering an alive tree with the artist Rosa Rodríguez

(Sabadell, Spain, 1977)
“Silk”, 2013.
Glazed ceramics, silk, iron

asylum-art:

Kovacs Anna Brigitta

Facebook| Saatchi Art | deviantART

"I have always loved to create art. When I was in fifth grade, my art teacher called me the "Queen of Colors"  and that further encouraged me me to continue working on my dream to become an artist. After graduating from a high school specialized on art and textile design, I majored at art in college. My field of specialty is watercolor and oil because I love the fluidity this medium enables me to capture.
 
I consider interpreting the beauty of the natural and the man-made world my mission in life because I hope to bring joy to people.”

(via asylum-art)