the protagonist

"Look how black the sky is, the writer said. I made it that way." - Bret Easton Ellis

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Shintaro Ohata  Seamlessly Blends Sculpture and Canvas to Create 3D Paintings

When first viewing the artwork of Shintaro Ohata up close it appears the scenes are made from simple oil paints, but take a step back and you’re in for a surprise. Each piece is actually a hybrid of painted canvas and sculpture that blend almost flawlessly in color and texture to create a single image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

TOMAAS

Sins of Jezebel


Photographer: TOMAAS www.tomaas.com
Photographer Assistant: Charles Chan Casela
Illustrator: Januz Miralles
Make up Artist: Gregg Hubbard Represented By Bernstein & Andriulli
Hairstylist: Seiji Uehara, Represented By Ennis, Inc.
Hairstylist Assistant: Sofiya Pylo
Model: LILIYA POLOKHOVA @ Muse Models

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Wookjae Maeng  ( Korean ) - Ceramics and Slip Casting

The theme of my work is to represent complex, ambiguous and uncomfortable
relationships between man and animal. Nature and animals has been an object of art  for a long time. And, it will be continued until the fall of human being,although the point of view has been changed. There are lots of living creatures on the earth.

The human is on the top of the ecological pyramid now and can manage all kinds of our fellow creatures. However, it is getting worse for certain.

http://wookjae.com/
 


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deadlyart:

Seriously Ruined: ‘South of Heaven’ // Dazed and Confused November 2013. Photography © Julia Hetta, Stylist: Mattias Karlsson, Models: Anna Fridh & Nike P #fashion #editorial #dark #gothic

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deadlyart:

Seriously Ruined: ‘South of Heaven’ // Dazed and Confused November 2013. Photography © Julia Hetta, Stylist: Mattias Karlsson, Models: Anna Fridh & Nike P #fashion #editorial #dark #gothic

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The drinking at the bar poem.

The drinking at the bar poem.

blackheartpress:

BULK PURCHASING HUMAN TEETH
Patrick Wagner
Lithographs, Helsinki 2013

Maybe I made them in late 2012, can’t really remember. A series of litho poems for Norwegian Literary Magazine ROV (they still don’t have a proper website, so no link). Not sure if they’ve been published yet, haven’t really been able to keep up with things in Norway.

I did enjoy making them a lot, and am looking forward to seeing them in print. Haven’t had time to place them in an exhibiton somewhere either, feel they should get shown before getting sold. Doubt someone will buy the entire suite (3 prints aren’t shown here).

Anyway, they should be fairly readable, text is a caterwaul between mostly English, some German and some Finnish.

Further reading:

Totally random side note: recently saw a call for volunteers at a fairly large and established print thingy that stuck with me for a while, and not in a good way. Don’t know about you, but I think that if someone devotes more than 20h of free work to your event, you should let them attend for free, not give out 50% reduction vouchers. I mean wtfuckingfuck, the balls some people have - hey, could you come to our place, dedicate at least two days of your life to our event, miss all the talks and demos of those days and basically still pay full entry for the other two days. People should do their numbers proper and then not work there. And whoever puts out calls like this should be ashamed of themselves.

Aaaanyway, I’m just some nerd ranting on a random blog. Here’s some music:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGHlZwMYO9g

Bahahahaha. #notafanofdoctorwho
But for the record I appreciate it’s non-violent overall message with an intellectual non hyper masculine lead. But the show still makes me want to hurt myself or someone else when I try to watch any of it.

Bahahahaha. #notafanofdoctorwho

But for the record I appreciate it’s non-violent overall message with an intellectual non hyper masculine lead. But the show still makes me want to hurt myself or someone else when I try to watch any of it.

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