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IMPRESSIVE WOOD SCULPTURES BY GEHARD DEMETZ

In just a few years, Gehard Demetz has risen to international prominence by applying his incredible craftsmanship as a traditional woodcarver to subjects that are new and appealing to contemporary viewers. His sculptures of children are at the same time attractive and disquieting and rendered with an amazing  perfection that is by no means rhetorical or classical. One of the most startling technical features is the construction using small woodblocks and juxtaposing finely polished parts to very rough and sketchy surfaces.

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unknowneditors:

Sandy Skoglund

“I used the subject of food as a means to create a common language. After all, everyone eats. So, my purpose in working with the subject of food was initially to create a bond with the spectator of my work.”

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charmaineolivia:

so grateful every day <3 

charmaineolivia:

so grateful every day <3 

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gaksdesigns:

Graffiti artist Bart Smeets

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cosascool:

Ricardo Fumanal 
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fortuitoushappenstance:

Richard Avedon Salvador Dalí 1963

fortuitoushappenstance:

Richard Avedon Salvador Dalí 1963

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gaksdesigns:

Tumblr artist Sorie Kim

gaksdesigns:

Tumblr artist Sorie Kim

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devidsketchbook:

MAGIC REALISM OF SAUL LANDELL

Mexico, Guadalajara-based photographer Saul Landell (flickr- “My photography arises out of my personal desires rather than technique and technology. It is almost an artisan’s approach through which I attempt to express my own hallucinations and moments of silence. My photographs don’t offer answers. At best, they attempt to create more questions.”

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unknowneditors:

Fiorella Basso’s a Graphic Design student from Venezuela

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Drawing by DiegoKoi 

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waterpistolman:

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gaksdesigns:

Light Calligraphy by Julien Breton

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