vivaillajams: ”Untitled” fashion illustration from the fashion illustration series “We The People of The Diaspora” 2013 by Jamilla Okubo
art-dissappointment:

Homage to the Square by Joseph Albers, 1965
felixinclusis:

heathwest: PS_072913
artisticmoods:

Alessandro Gottardo
chrishayesart:

Employing the themes of war and global terrorism, South Indian artist T.V. Santhosh paints in lurid greens and shocking orange, recreating the effect of a colour photographic negative. The artist charges his large canvases with figures in contoured and compromising positions. Like many of his politically motivated contemporaries, Santhosh lifts pivotal episodes from recent history and renegotiates their appearance with a shock-bulb of violent energy that eclipses the work. Santhosh’s paintings of impending doom, a world at the brink of an atomic end, are intentionally more apocalyptic than cathartic. Tracing an Ancient Error is an illuminated work of what appears to be a bearded man lain out, revealing his chest, holding onto something resembling a thread. An image from recent news events, Santhosh captures this scene and reinvents its value as a piece of anonymous and charged history.
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tpaaaain:

Match Point Mini 033, Stephanie Ho
tri-ciclo:

Alex Katz Print,1927
blastedheath:

Gunther Gerzso (Mexican, 1915-2000), Blanco-Verde-Azul-Rojo, 1980. Oil on masonite, 82 x 84 cm.
studiotenth:

Njideka AkunyiliI Refuse to be Invisible2010
Ink, charcoal, acrylic and xerox transfers on paper. 7 ft. × 10 ft.
weinventyou:

gams
vjeranski:

Omar Rayo
cavetocanvas:

Elizabeth Catlett
blastedheath:

Omar Rayo (Colombian, b. 1928), Scarlatti’s Garden, 1966. Oil on canvas, 26 x 26 in. (66 x 66 cm.)
design-is-fine:

Takenobu Igarashi, wrapping paper, 1975. For Seibu department store, Japan.