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mpdrolet:

4:29pm, Van Nuys and Eye #8 (Electric Tower), 2012
Alex Prager
Mar 17

mpdrolet:

4:29pm, Van Nuys and Eye #8 (Electric Tower), 2012

Alex Prager

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jules de Balincourt. Bang Big, 2011. Oil on Panel, 218.4 x 243.8 x 6.4 cm.
Nov 11

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jules de Balincourt. Bang Big, 2011. Oil on Panel, 218.4 x 243.8 x 6.4 cm.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Piotr Janas. Untitled, 2011.
Nov 9

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Piotr Janas. Untitled, 2011.

Nov 8

actegratuit:

Christina Dervin

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Marcel Dzama. New Morning, 2008. Acrylic on canvas, 10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm).
Oct 30

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Marcel Dzama. New Morning, 2008. Acrylic on canvas, 10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm).

Oct 29

artchipel:

Tumblr Artist

Owen Gent | on Tumblr (UK) - Anatomy of Smiling / Neurology Editorial

Owen Gent is a 24 year old illustrator currently studying at university college Falmouth, in Cornwall, England. Though Owen works in various areas of the discipline, from editorial and promotional to children’s book illustration, a strong sense of narrative runs through all of his work. Using traditional painting and drawing techniques Owen weaves a sense of story into all of his illustrations, intriguing the viewer into considering the story beyond the edge of the page (cf. artist’s bio)  Please visit his website or follow his Tumblr for more work.

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rustybreak:

Sofie Bird Moller
Oct 29

rustybreak:

Sofie Bird Moller

themainloop:

Nicola Samori
Oct 28

themainloop:

Nicola Samori

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rustybreak:

Sergei Sviatchenko
Oct 28

rustybreak:

Sergei Sviatchenko

leeshit:

nextartspaceartist:

Wildlife, 2012. (Ballpoint pen on paper, 5” x 8.25”)
“I’ve always been enamoured with the idea of monsters and beings made from a collective of smaller parts and gaining a weird kind of sentience like Frankenstein, or golems, or scrappy robots, or even human beings. I enjoy art that speaks in some sort of narrative that is easy to grasp but incomplete and unclear and open to be explored; like a film still of which you’ve never seen or a single panel from a graphic novel.” -James Chia Han Lee. Learn more about the artist here.

TO GET THIS ARTIST TO THE NEXT ROUND, LIKE OR REBLOG THIS POST! (Pass the word onto all of your friends by tweeting the link and #NEXTArtspaceArtist.) 

AW YES
This is awesome. Huge thanks to all my followers and to Artspace for all the support and the chance to compete in this thing! I love yous guys
Oct 27

leeshit:

nextartspaceartist:

Wildlife, 2012. (Ballpoint pen on paper, 5” x 8.25”)

“I’ve always been enamoured with the idea of monsters and beings made from a collective of smaller parts and gaining a weird kind of sentience like Frankenstein, or golems, or scrappy robots, or even human beings. I enjoy art that speaks in some sort of narrative that is easy to grasp but incomplete and unclear and open to be explored; like a film still of which you’ve never seen or a single panel from a graphic novel.” -James Chia Han Lee. Learn more about the artist here.


TO GET THIS ARTIST TO THE NEXT ROUND, LIKE OR REBLOG THIS POST! (Pass the word onto all of your friends by tweeting the link and #NEXTArtspaceArtist.) 

AW YES

This is awesome. Huge thanks to all my followers and to Artspace for all the support and the chance to compete in this thing! I love yous guys