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Art & Ting - #art #neonlight #tunnel #graffiti
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thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
thesoftghetto:

2ndart:

nohelmet:

bashtin:

10/10

Reblogging for the last one lmao

He wins the internet

I almost choked…
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hifructosemag:

Berlin-based artist Reka recently travelled to London for his current solo show “Trip the Light” at StolenSpace Gallery (see our preview here) and left a mural behind in the Shoreditch district. While the graceful movements of dancers’ bodies served as the inspiration for the paintings in Reka’s exhibition, the mural took on a more playful, illustrative look despite its shared Modernist aesthetic. Over a black background, Reka painted free-flowing, abstract forms. Some of them emerge as illustrations of specific objects — a fish head, a chess piece with an all-seeing eye — while others keep the viewer asking questions. Is that a spray can with the punk slogan ACAB? The whimsical piece is intended to keep us guessing. See more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

Berlin-based artist Reka recently travelled to London for his current solo show “Trip the Light” at StolenSpace Gallery (see our preview here) and left a mural behind in the Shoreditch district. While the graceful movements of dancers’ bodies served as the inspiration for the paintings in Reka’s exhibition, the mural took on a more playful, illustrative look despite its shared Modernist aesthetic. Over a black background, Reka painted free-flowing, abstract forms. Some of them emerge as illustrations of specific objects — a fish head, a chess piece with an all-seeing eye — while others keep the viewer asking questions. Is that a spray can with the punk slogan ACAB? The whimsical piece is intended to keep us guessing. See more on Hi-Fructose.
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iheartmyart:

Archan Nair, ”Ganesha”, 2014
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See more Archan Nair on iheartmyart.See more illustration on iheartmyart.
iheartmyart:

Archan Nair, ”Ganesha”, 2014
Website // Facebook // Instagram
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See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mailing list | pinterest  
See more Archan Nair on iheartmyart.See more illustration on iheartmyart.
iheartmyart:

Archan Nair, ”Ganesha”, 2014
Website // Facebook // Instagram
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See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mailing list | pinterest  
See more Archan Nair on iheartmyart.See more illustration on iheartmyart.
iheartmyart:

Archan Nair, ”Ganesha”, 2014
Website // Facebook // Instagram
______
See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mailing list | pinterest  
See more Archan Nair on iheartmyart.See more illustration on iheartmyart.
iheartmyart:

Archan Nair, ”Ganesha”, 2014
Website // Facebook // Instagram
______
See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mailing list | pinterest  
See more Archan Nair on iheartmyart.See more illustration on iheartmyart.
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Jourdan Dunn at Burberry Prorsum Burberry Prorsum S/S 2015 RTW

Jourdan Dunn at Burberry Prorsum Burberry Prorsum S/S 2015 RTW
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hifructosemag:

A large, abandoned Victorian hospital in the heart of Sao Paulo, Cidade Matarazzo became an artists’ playground for the project “Made by Brazilians.” Kenny Scharf, Arne Quinze, Joana Vasconcelos, Charley Case, Saner and others transformed the building with immersive installations in the weeks leading up to the Sao Paulo Biennial. Before plans to remodel the estate are put into effect, viewers are welcome to visit the space through October 11. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

A large, abandoned Victorian hospital in the heart of Sao Paulo, Cidade Matarazzo became an artists’ playground for the project “Made by Brazilians.” Kenny Scharf, Arne Quinze, Joana Vasconcelos, Charley Case, Saner and others transformed the building with immersive installations in the weeks leading up to the Sao Paulo Biennial. Before plans to remodel the estate are put into effect, viewers are welcome to visit the space through October 11. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

A large, abandoned Victorian hospital in the heart of Sao Paulo, Cidade Matarazzo became an artists’ playground for the project “Made by Brazilians.” Kenny Scharf, Arne Quinze, Joana Vasconcelos, Charley Case, Saner and others transformed the building with immersive installations in the weeks leading up to the Sao Paulo Biennial. Before plans to remodel the estate are put into effect, viewers are welcome to visit the space through October 11. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
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labsinthe:

Jeneil Williams photographed by Ben Toms for AnOther F/W 2010
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beautifulurself:

Der heilige Berg by bswise on Flickr.
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Air breezin with that dollar bill yo! - #nikeair #footwear #nike #menswear #marble
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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Endo Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Garden City, New York, 1964
(Paul Rudolph)