Que dizes?   Viver seguindo a sorte e, nas horas vagas, brincar de gostar de arte.


Artist Jim Dingilian creates these works of art from recycled bottles by using smoke as paint and Q-tips as paintbrushes to illustrate these eerie landscapes. 

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#painting  #experimental 


Artist & Sculptor:

Adam Schultz


"The octopus is well known for its ability to conceal itself by changing its color, and even its form to blend in with its surroundings and mimic the shapes of rocks, coral and even other animals. Imagine, if you will, an octopus who wished for once to see what it was like to live as a human being. Master of disguise, she conceals her form, dawns her mask, and cautiously enters the masquerade."

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#incognito  #Adam Schultz  #octopus  #sculpture 



Sawa Takai FW2013

Sawa Takai explores deliberate layering through addition and subtraction. Engineered melton wool double-paneling functions as protective sheaths symbolizing strength and concealment. These heavy layers are contrasted by removed panels and split seams in soft flannel revealing interior linings and representing vulnerability and exposure. Together these themes play on Takai’s reflections on metropolitan women who must preserve their inner tenderness while projecting strength to the world to survive.

what a cute person

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#sawa takai 


"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine

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Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie Nyree Photo
Model: Gisèle Pletzer
Stylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist

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#queen of kings  #nyree mackenzie  #moustache magazine  #gisele pletzer  #photography 



Amazing merman sculpture by artist Cameron Stalheim (photos are from his site and belong to him, not me).  Media is Plastic, Foam, Steel, & Acrylic.  If the merman looks familiar to you, it’s because the artist created the mold from the gorgeous gay porn star/artist Colby Keller.  Freakin’ gorgeous!!

I want one in my living room, stat.

This is beautiful and it gives me the feels

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#cameron stalheim  #sculpture  #installation  #colby keller 



Bienese photographer Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou incorporates a technique very traditional of African portraiture. With this method he captures the body-builders of Porto Novo, showcasing the current generation of Africans caught between tradition and what would be seen as more ‘modern’ practices. Body-builders are nothing new within Africa, but Leonce has them bearing plastic flowers; a beautiful contrast to their masculinity all tied together with various traditional prints surrounding them. Find out more here. - Yagazie

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#leonce raphael agbodjelou  #africa  #porto novo  #photography