Ghost B. Graveyard
Ghost B. Graveyard
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nichi90:

Yayoi Kusama
White infinity nets
-Victoria Miro
nichi90:

Yayoi Kusama
White infinity nets
-Victoria Miro
nichi90:

Yayoi Kusama
White infinity nets
-Victoria Miro
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nevver:

Nope
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theniftyfifties:

Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh in ‘The Black Shield of Falworth’, 1954
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lomographicsociety:

Then and Now: Guy Catling’s Vintage Collage Work
Classic and edgy combine in this series of collages by artist and graphic designer, Guy Catling.
Vintage photos exude elegance, especially those that come in black and white; but UK-based graphic designer Guy Catling had no plans of leaving them at that. http://bit.ly/1nVp1oG
lomographicsociety:

Then and Now: Guy Catling’s Vintage Collage Work
Classic and edgy combine in this series of collages by artist and graphic designer, Guy Catling.
Vintage photos exude elegance, especially those that come in black and white; but UK-based graphic designer Guy Catling had no plans of leaving them at that. http://bit.ly/1nVp1oG
lomographicsociety:

Then and Now: Guy Catling’s Vintage Collage Work
Classic and edgy combine in this series of collages by artist and graphic designer, Guy Catling.
Vintage photos exude elegance, especially those that come in black and white; but UK-based graphic designer Guy Catling had no plans of leaving them at that. http://bit.ly/1nVp1oG
lomographicsociety:

Then and Now: Guy Catling’s Vintage Collage Work
Classic and edgy combine in this series of collages by artist and graphic designer, Guy Catling.
Vintage photos exude elegance, especially those that come in black and white; but UK-based graphic designer Guy Catling had no plans of leaving them at that. http://bit.ly/1nVp1oG
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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Christina Moreland
Tumblr: www.wtfchrstnamchll.tumblr.com
Art Blog: www.chrstnamchll.com
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centuriespast:

RICCI, SebastianoFall of Phaethon1703-04Oil on canvasMuseo Civico, Belluno
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centuriespast:

RUBENS, Peter PaulThe Martyrdom of St Livinus1633Oil on canvas, 455 x 347 cmMusées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels
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artchipel:

Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini (Switzerland) - HobbyBuddies
Camping and Caravanning ClubButchers’ Friends SocietyDintefisch Diving ClubFriends of the TattooTamil Association
In their series Freizeitfreunde HobbyBuddies, the Swiss photographers Ursula Sprecher (b. 1970) and Andi Cortellini (b. 1965) show group portraits of people who meet regularly due to a shared interest. No matter what they call themselves – interest group, association, club, clique or league – the focus in these groups is always on voluntary commitment and the joy of pursuing a common cause or shared idea. These staged pictures were each taken at a carefully selected location, at a scheduled time, with scenery built and specifically arranged to show a certain number of members of the group. The subjects of the group pictures come from all walks of life, age groups, ethnicities and religions. The pictures betray thorough research and organization: the number of subjects and their clothing, the props, accessories – nothing is left to chance. This approach results in unusual, intriguing and in some cases even perplexing images and compositions. The photo series has been exhibited internationally and published in numerous magazines, such as chrismon, Geo, Tageswoche and NZZ.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini | found via Slate]
artchipel:

Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini (Switzerland) - HobbyBuddies
Camping and Caravanning ClubButchers’ Friends SocietyDintefisch Diving ClubFriends of the TattooTamil Association
In their series Freizeitfreunde HobbyBuddies, the Swiss photographers Ursula Sprecher (b. 1970) and Andi Cortellini (b. 1965) show group portraits of people who meet regularly due to a shared interest. No matter what they call themselves – interest group, association, club, clique or league – the focus in these groups is always on voluntary commitment and the joy of pursuing a common cause or shared idea. These staged pictures were each taken at a carefully selected location, at a scheduled time, with scenery built and specifically arranged to show a certain number of members of the group. The subjects of the group pictures come from all walks of life, age groups, ethnicities and religions. The pictures betray thorough research and organization: the number of subjects and their clothing, the props, accessories – nothing is left to chance. This approach results in unusual, intriguing and in some cases even perplexing images and compositions. The photo series has been exhibited internationally and published in numerous magazines, such as chrismon, Geo, Tageswoche and NZZ.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini | found via Slate]
artchipel:

Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini (Switzerland) - HobbyBuddies
Camping and Caravanning ClubButchers’ Friends SocietyDintefisch Diving ClubFriends of the TattooTamil Association
In their series Freizeitfreunde HobbyBuddies, the Swiss photographers Ursula Sprecher (b. 1970) and Andi Cortellini (b. 1965) show group portraits of people who meet regularly due to a shared interest. No matter what they call themselves – interest group, association, club, clique or league – the focus in these groups is always on voluntary commitment and the joy of pursuing a common cause or shared idea. These staged pictures were each taken at a carefully selected location, at a scheduled time, with scenery built and specifically arranged to show a certain number of members of the group. The subjects of the group pictures come from all walks of life, age groups, ethnicities and religions. The pictures betray thorough research and organization: the number of subjects and their clothing, the props, accessories – nothing is left to chance. This approach results in unusual, intriguing and in some cases even perplexing images and compositions. The photo series has been exhibited internationally and published in numerous magazines, such as chrismon, Geo, Tageswoche and NZZ.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini | found via Slate]
artchipel:

Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini (Switzerland) - HobbyBuddies
Camping and Caravanning ClubButchers’ Friends SocietyDintefisch Diving ClubFriends of the TattooTamil Association
In their series Freizeitfreunde HobbyBuddies, the Swiss photographers Ursula Sprecher (b. 1970) and Andi Cortellini (b. 1965) show group portraits of people who meet regularly due to a shared interest. No matter what they call themselves – interest group, association, club, clique or league – the focus in these groups is always on voluntary commitment and the joy of pursuing a common cause or shared idea. These staged pictures were each taken at a carefully selected location, at a scheduled time, with scenery built and specifically arranged to show a certain number of members of the group. The subjects of the group pictures come from all walks of life, age groups, ethnicities and religions. The pictures betray thorough research and organization: the number of subjects and their clothing, the props, accessories – nothing is left to chance. This approach results in unusual, intriguing and in some cases even perplexing images and compositions. The photo series has been exhibited internationally and published in numerous magazines, such as chrismon, Geo, Tageswoche and NZZ.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini | found via Slate]
artchipel:

Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini (Switzerland) - HobbyBuddies
Camping and Caravanning ClubButchers’ Friends SocietyDintefisch Diving ClubFriends of the TattooTamil Association
In their series Freizeitfreunde HobbyBuddies, the Swiss photographers Ursula Sprecher (b. 1970) and Andi Cortellini (b. 1965) show group portraits of people who meet regularly due to a shared interest. No matter what they call themselves – interest group, association, club, clique or league – the focus in these groups is always on voluntary commitment and the joy of pursuing a common cause or shared idea. These staged pictures were each taken at a carefully selected location, at a scheduled time, with scenery built and specifically arranged to show a certain number of members of the group. The subjects of the group pictures come from all walks of life, age groups, ethnicities and religions. The pictures betray thorough research and organization: the number of subjects and their clothing, the props, accessories – nothing is left to chance. This approach results in unusual, intriguing and in some cases even perplexing images and compositions. The photo series has been exhibited internationally and published in numerous magazines, such as chrismon, Geo, Tageswoche and NZZ.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini | found via Slate]