workman:

marcoaruarte:

STANZA BIANCA 2006-2013

iamjapanese:

Sarah HOROWITZ(American)

from the book "Effigies"    2012

Poem by Paul Auster. Sumi ink drawing on hand-dyed kozo paper by Sarah Horowitz.    via    also

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heaveninawildflower:

Rich silk brocade for curtains designed by Jimbei Kawashima. Plate from ‘The Studio’ (October 1910). Published Leicester Square, London.
archive.org

heaveninawildflower:

Rich silk brocade for curtains designed by Jimbei Kawashima. Plate from ‘The Studio’ (October 1910). Published Leicester Square, London.

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hoploid:

LINK

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bergdorfgoodman:

Part of our installation for our windows @Goodmans. 
See our 58th street windows here: http://brgdf.co/gssQFF 
#GoodmansOnDisplay || #BGWindows

bergdorfgoodman:

Part of our installation for our windows @Goodmans

See our 58th street windows here: http://brgdf.co/gssQFF 

#GoodmansOnDisplay || #BGWindows

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likeafieldmouse:

Julie Mehretu

1. Fracture

2. Untitled (Van Gelder 3; JM D-1.05)

3. Rogue Ascension

4. Entropia (Review)

5-7. Untitled

8. Local Calm

9. Rising Down

10. Rising Down (detail)

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hoploid:

LINK

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artburgac: Hyun Jou Lee
justanothermasterpiece:

Christopher Wood.

justanothermasterpiece:

Christopher Wood.

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artburgac:

Michaela Mara
theassemblagepoint:

artblackafrica/ jbe200:

Untitled, 2013
by Nupur Kundu
Oil on Canvas

theassemblagepoint:

artblackafricajbe200:

Untitled, 2013

by Nupur Kundu

Oil on Canvas

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nock-nock-nock:

Moomin

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staceythinx:

Ysabel LeMay’s work is a series of hyper-realistic digital portraits of nature. Each piece is assembled from hundreds of digitally manipulated photos. 

LeMay on how nature has inspired her work:

It is here, there, all around, living, transforming, and it never ceases to enthrall and inspire me. I let her lead throughout the rhythm of the seasons. By means of my camera, I attempt to capture her subtleties and beauty in its purest form as I interpret to you her divinity as I sense it. A leaf may appear commonplace at first glance, but when our eyes linger over it, the mundane becomes something of wonder. The arrangement of colors, the shapes that define it and the veins that crisscross throughout become the personas. There is so much beauty in this world! We need only to take the time to surrender to the spectacle. My art is a tribute to Nature. It is an offering; A moment of contemplation.

Read more of her statement…