whimsebox:

New installation by Pip & Pop in Kurashiki, Okayama: Through a Hole in the Mountain

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inspirewerft:

Martin Kimbell

emrahelmasli:

Taking Readings

'Chloe', 2014

18 x 18 x 12.5cm | Found ceramic, epoxy resin, enamel paint.

by Jessica Harrison

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mydarkenedeyes:

Black Crow Studios/Karla Davison - Watercolour Wallpaper

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booooooom:

jumblepusher:

Martin Parr. “Common Sense: Untitled (Woman’s Hand with Cigarette)”. 1997. Benidorm, Spain.

blua:

Anatomical Ceramic Sculptures by Mexican artist Maria Garcia-Ibanez.

(via captainofalltheships)

fancyadance:

Amazing wire sculptures by Robin Wight

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museumuesum:

RONNIE YARISAL & KATJA KUBLITZ

Lemon Incest, 2009

pierced paint can, yellow paint, balloon, concrete lemons, needle, rope, dimensions variable

museumuesum:

Amy Felce

Someone has to protect this family from the man who protects this family.

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jumblepusher:

Andreas Gursky. “Pyongyang IV”. 2007. Pyongyang, North Korea.

jumblepusher:

Mary Ellen Mark. “Twins: Walter and David Oliver, 65 years old, Walter older by 8 minutes, Twins Days Festival (Mary Ellen: Walter has bigger ears? Walter Oliver: I do. David Oliver: Do you know why he’s got bigger ears? He was playing with them when he was a little kid. He used to fondle his ears all the time! Mary Ellen: Why don’t you think you married? David Oliver: Because girls have ignored us. Walter Oliver: More or less. David Oliver: More or less, they’ve ignored us all our life. We weren’t together always. I went to college for three years, and I dated four-five-six girls, but none of them were interested in me at all—even in 1960. And 1960 was the last year I dated a girl. Mary Ellen: You haven’t dated a girl since 1960? David Oliver: No. Maybe in ‘63, one. Mary Ellen: And how about you, Walter? Walter Oliver: Zero.)”. 2001. Twinsburg, OH, USA.

museumuesum:

Georges Rouault

Nude with Raised Arm, 1906

Watercolour, gouache and white, partially pastel on paper, pasted on cardboard, 70.4 x 53.2 cm