Install Theme

republicx:

Jiwoon PAK creates warm and cozy illustrations 

Jiwoon was born in Korea and finished there university (as well as in France). Can I tell that her illustrations are different? Almost. However, I really love them. They are simple. Even though Jiwoon has a lot of different details in each illustration, her color choice makes everything to look aesthetic. 

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benfrostisdead:

'Valium Lover' - acrylic on pharmaceutical package 2014.
http://verticalgallery.com/collections/paper-jam

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flyartproductions:

All I need in this life of goth

American Gothic (1930), Grant Wood / Bonnie & Clyde ‘03, Beyonce ft. Jay-Z

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euo:

Pablo Picasso Line Drawings

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art-history-ftw:

Johannes Vermeer, Woman reading a letter at an open window,  c.1658

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mdme-x:

danielalexandersmith:

Hi, I’m Daniel Alexander Smith, an MFA from Indiana University, and this is some of my recent work: tumblr

All Sides Crate

…..all sides crated equally.

I am posting this particularly because the artist himself submitted his tumblr link to me with the polite message above. I chose this work because while I already like many and have added to my queue, this simple design and dynamic color make for an intriguing composition. 

danielalexandersmith: do you consider yourself an installation artist, and if so, do you regard the art of photography as part of your oeuvre? Does the process of creation alone intimate meaning / significance of a work of art? Are the visual aesthetics, form, and composition all results of your method or are they choices you consider during the installation process?

Please, enlighten me! I would be happy to feature you on AC.svcs, artcollectorsvcs.com (facebook,tumblr, email).
— Nicole

modern-vampires-of-art-history:

Johannes Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring (1665) / Vampire Weekend, Step (2013)

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manamorimoto:

Girl with Thread Eye Beams and a Pearl Earring

modern-vampires-of-art-history:

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (1882) / Vampire Weekend, Run (2010)

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still from starz original series “Da Vinci’s Demons”

manamorimoto:

2nd attempt

luscious-x:

fresh // modern following similar

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