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Tim McFarlane

brianmichaelbendis:

Namor by Gabriele Dell’Otto
artburgac:

Jason Rohlf
brianmichaelbendis:

Elektra by Dan Brereton

artruby:

Katharina Grosse.

hybridchic:

my last commission of the year “Queen Me” ©2013 a la  The Adventures of Alice + Wonderland gone Afrofuturistic.

aisforafrofuturism:

LAYLAH ALI: THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE, VIA SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS

I was first introduced to Laylah’s work in 2004 or 2005.

Blast from the Past: watch an Art21 segment video of Laylah Ali

toyinodutola:

(BreakTime)
allartnopay:

"Could lead to paid work in the future" is like the "Free Bird" of unpaid job postings. They feel obligated to throw it in there, even though they know nobody wants to hear it. Here are some suggestions for alternative carrots to dangle that have equally as much chance of happening in reality:
"Could lead to an all expense paid trip to the moon"
"Could lead to invincibility from all terminal diseases"
"Could lead to a passionate romance with the celebrity of your choosing"
"Could lead to the Treasure of the Knights Templar"
"Could lead to the ability to fly"

Season seven of ART21 is coming up and here is a preview featuring Leonardo Drew…

(Source: youtube.com)

artruby:

Olafur Eliasson, Riverbed, (2014) at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

miyaando:

#miyaando #春 #sundaramtagore #hongkong #spring #haru #light metal  solo exhibition march 2014
blahblahbevilacqua:

Amazing. restrained timeless Beauty
toyinodutola:

Seven-page feature in the August 2014 "African Art" Issue of Art Investor Magazine (GER) by Catriona McLaughlin. Photographs by Sandra J. Beyer.