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mediumaevum:

Decoding Anglo-Saxon art

Rosie Weetch, curator and Craig Williams, illustrator, British Museum

(via atamajakki)

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vipertruck99:

kenro199x:

I WANT THAT!!!!

GIMME GIMME GIMME!!

Where do I get this?

WOOOOOOOOW!

(Fonte: iftadwascool, via atamajakki)

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Armaria, nam! Imagina u tamain du sapu qui isso vai virá!

Armaria, nam! Imagina u tamain du sapu qui isso vai virá!

(Fonte: 4est, via andyouandeye)

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nevver:

Houses of the Holy, Finn Beales

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nevver:

Up all night, Kim Cogan

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Um dia com nuvens, sol e um pouco de espera. Observando os efeitos da luz do sol nas nuvens em diferentes partes do céu no mesmo horário.

Um dia com nuvens, sol e um pouco de espera. Observando os efeitos da luz do sol nas nuvens em diferentes partes do céu no mesmo horário.

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vampirejuly:

// A pool surrounded by floodwater.

Mergulhar, né?

vampirejuly:

// A pool surrounded by floodwater.

Mergulhar, né?

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son-pereda:

via 500px / butterfly bird by Xiaojun Shen

looks like a butterfly. 
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as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)

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catonhottinroof:

EDWARD STOTT  (1859-1918)      Echo

catonhottinroof:

EDWARD STOTT  (1859-1918)      Echo

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Beautifully Oxidized Bronze Sculptures of Elongated Women

Michael James Talbot

London-based artist Michael James Talbot creates beautiful sculptures of elongated women inspired by Greek mythology and Venetian masquerades. The surreal representations merge the human form with abstract and exaggerated shapes, most often presenting a visual extension of the female’s garment. Altogether the sculptures stand tall, some even reaching heights greater than 6 feet tall.

The sculptor manages to seamlessly integrate the dramatic stretch of the bottom half of each figure in an unobtrusive way. Sometimes the woman’s foot will peek out, high above the granite base, though often the illusion of the draping material elegantly runs straight down to the bottom. The elaborate length seems to complement the figurative structures.

Talbot creates his captivating pieces by molding clay and casting each sculpture in bronze. He then proceeds to finish with chemical patination, adding a new sense of character to the already expressive figures. The artist says, “The human form gives me an endless source of inspiration. The subtlest of movements and expressions can be captured in the sculpture to portray a myriad of emotions and convey tension, drama, fluidity and grace. No other subject has this richness of emotional and spiritual content or the capacity to convey such a broad and interesting narrative.”

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Carcará pega, mata e come!

Carcará pega, mata e come!