24 de abril de 2014

paulozono:

Convento de Mafra, D. João V

supersonicart:

Meryl Pataky.

Neon sculptures and installations by San Francisco, California artist Meryl Pataky:

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(via forthelove-of-god)

mybooklust:

Can I just live here?

mybooklust:

Can I just live here?

(Fonte: live-for-a-moment01, via wenchingwithshakespeare)


Toni Frissell  (1907-1988)

Toni Frissell  (1907-1988)

(Fonte: tytusjaneta, via casabet64)

magictransistor:

Franz Kline. Title, Black Angle with Yellow (Oil on paper collage laid on canvas), 1959.

magictransistor:

Franz Kline. Title, Black Angle with Yellow (Oil on paper collage laid on canvas), 1959.

(via elkeringhausen)

poeticasvisuais:

Simply Scribbly: Drawings by Vince Low

(Fonte: fer1972)

23 de abril de 2014
visual-poetry:

»the eaten heart« by carolyn thompson

visual-poetry:

»the eaten heart« by carolyn thompson

poeticasvisuais:

 Manal Al Dowayan’s installation illustrates Saudi women’s struggle for freedom

“Suspended Together” is an installation that gives the impression of movement and freedom. However, a closer look at the 200 doves allows the viewer to realize that the doves are actually frozen and suspended with no hope of flight. An even closer look shows that each dove carries on its body a permission document that allows a Saudi woman to travel. Notwithstanding their circumstances, all Saudi women are required to have this document, issued by their appointed male guardian. 


(Fonte: asylum-art)

poeticasvisuais:

Martine Franck - Pompidou Centre, National Museum of Modern Art, 1977

poeticasvisuais:

Martine Franck - Pompidou Centre, National Museum of Modern Art, 1977

(Fonte: arpeggia)

poeticasvisuais:

Vasilij Vasil’evič Kandinskij - Croce bianca (1922)

poeticasvisuais:

Vasilij Vasil’evič Kandinskij - Croce bianca (1922)

(Fonte: colin-vian)

poeticasvisuais:

Colorful Paintings by Adrià Pina

(Fonte: fer1972)

poeticasvisuais:

Herbert List. The Ghost of Lycabettus I. 1937

poeticasvisuais:

Herbert List. The Ghost of Lycabettus I. 1937

(Fonte: semioticapocalypse)

22 de abril de 2014