Tag Archives: Visual Arts

Diana Dors in ’Blonde Sinner’, 1956

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Buzelli/Bosch works

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Chris Buzelli is something of a modern day Hieronymus Bosch.  His paintings and illustrations often depict a future where the hubris and self-destructive tendencies of civilization have ruinous results.  Bosch warned against sexual immorality and sin and its devastating consequences in the afterlife in his colorful, whimsical, and horrific paintings.  Buzelli is more concerned with the environmental and social consequences of our actions.   Read more

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Art of the Power of Green Earth

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Our mother Nature, alternatively called Earth is a beautiful silent and sometimes a violent place that hides inspiration inside of it. We want to share with you some dreamy images that will make your heart and mind calm a bit and give you power and will to visit same landscape destinations. Earth is our treasure,our girl,our woman. We must look after “her” and believe us,will come a time that all winds and sun shines gonna work for us. For other people, Earth is like a child that needs care and for … Read more

 

Reggie Duffie – Simply Miles

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Reggie Duffie of Duffie and Duffie Visual Designs, creates custom artwork and portraits, and can create a custom portrait from your photo. Most of his recent artwork and design is created digitally, combining years of traditional art techniques with the ever-expanding capabilities of digital painting. These detailed digital paintings are all originals, created by the artist’s hand from scratch using a simple track ball mouse as a virtual paint brush and the computer screen as a virtual canvas. No Read more:

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Deep Nature

© from Imagine Inspiration
“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order. – John Burroughs (photo by laura ferreira)”

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Colour in forgotten places

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A set of colorful graffiti art by PEACHBEACH, an art- and designcollective from Berlin, a sweet village in Germany. “Over the last 3 years we discovered lots of magic, forgotten places to paint. Here you can see some results of our trips with some friends to the heart of nowhere.” source:Behance – – Read more

Zirco Circus and Ultraviolet Detours

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Often playfully macabre, theatrical, and possessing an impressive and creative dedication to all the possibilities of black light, I first met James “Zirco” Fisher at the Bazaar of the Bizarre where he was promoting a number of his diverse projects. Aside from being a part of the dark ambient group “Squid Lid”, Zirco Fisher also does an array of illustrations including his “Disfigures of Speech” series, one of which is shown below: Whether DJing or performing their own … Read more

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The Art of Figure Drawing

©by figure drawing Tuesday at artlikeart.

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Book Sculpture WIN

Amazingly Beautiful ©ourtesy of David Kracov

Blavatar DARE TO WEAR SOME ART?

Don’t we all just love art? Whether it’s in a museum, a part of an exhibition or simply hanging on the wall in our living room. This one true function-less form of humans’ imagination rather often exists only to give us the thrills.  Lately, my favourite art form has been the wearable one. I can’t help but appreciate people who have reconciled with the time we live in and are willing to walk the extra mile to create pieces of art that are innovative electrifying and you can actually put them on yourself, just for the sake of showing of, or…  whatever. The best part being, wearable art, as any other art form, does not have to explain its existence!Don’t we all just love art? Whether it’s in a museum, a part of an exhibition or simply hanging on the wall in our living room. This one true function-less form of humans’ imagination rather often exists only to give us the thrills. Lately, my favourite art form has been the wearable one. I can’t help but appreciate people who have reconciled with the time we live in and are willing to walk the extra mile to create pieces of art that are innovative electrifying and you can actually put them on yourself, just for the sake of showing of, or…  whatever. The best part being, wearable art, as any other art form, does not have to explain its existence! – _ more