24 4 / 2014

24 4 / 2014

enochliew:

Sponge by Tien Hee
Check out his portfolio of richly-detailed characters.

enochliew:

Sponge by Tien Hee

Check out his portfolio of richly-detailed characters.

(Source: t-wei.deviantart.com)

24 4 / 2014

enochliew:

Space by Erik Olson

Rich colourful tones, with a slight affection for abstractionism.

(Source: erikolson.ca)

24 4 / 2014

enochliew:

B&W by Nicolas Lalli

Part of a personal print series of black and white posters.

(Source: behance.net)

24 4 / 2014

ruineshumaines:

Paintings by Amy Judd

1. Vulnerable, oil on canvas.
2. Ascending Athena, oil on canvas.
3. Noble Wings, oil on canvas.
4. Tulip Crest, oil on canvas.
5. Awakening, oil on canvas.

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24 4 / 2014

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24 4 / 2014

yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE

AFRICAN ARTIST:

Ralph Ziman

Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.

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24 4 / 2014

medieval:

Le Grand Armorial de la Toison d’Or. (3)
The helm on this one is amazing.  I believe in the upper right it says Le S. de Crèvecoeur, the Lord of Crèvecoeur. "Crève coeur," roughly meaning "bursting heart," or less literally, "sorrow" or "broken heart."  
15th C.  (via)

medieval:

Le Grand Armorial de la Toison d’Or. (3)

The helm on this one is amazing.  I believe in the upper right it says Le S. de Crèvecoeur, the Lord of Crèvecoeur. "Crève coeur," roughly meaning "bursting heart," or less literally, "sorrow" or "broken heart."  

15th C.  (via)

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