the rebel waltz
Free speech means the right to shout 'theatre' in a crowded fire
-Abbie Hoffman
you can check out my art at weartdoom.tumblr.com
the rebel waltz
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tao-b3:

Spirit of our time, Tarot cards
By tAo-B
tao-b3:

Spirit of our time, Tarot cards
By tAo-B
tao-b3:

Spirit of our time, Tarot cards
By tAo-B
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lizawithazed:

sometimes you see a pun so artfully constructed you just have to stand back in awe.
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rfmmsd:

Artist:
Alexandra Garant
"The Sheep"
Oil on Canvas
12” x16”
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rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Erwan Priyadi 
"Beautifully Hurt"

"This is my experimental project about poster. The idea is making a lot of posters but only use one single asset in many different styles. So i made this six different styles. The poster tells you about if you love somebody, you’ll never get hurt by what he/she has did to you, even if it’s really hurt. The picture below is the asset. Hope you enjoy it!"
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Erwan Priyadi 
"Beautifully Hurt"

"This is my experimental project about poster. The idea is making a lot of posters but only use one single asset in many different styles. So i made this six different styles. The poster tells you about if you love somebody, you’ll never get hurt by what he/she has did to you, even if it’s really hurt. The picture below is the asset. Hope you enjoy it!"
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Erwan Priyadi 
"Beautifully Hurt"

"This is my experimental project about poster. The idea is making a lot of posters but only use one single asset in many different styles. So i made this six different styles. The poster tells you about if you love somebody, you’ll never get hurt by what he/she has did to you, even if it’s really hurt. The picture below is the asset. Hope you enjoy it!"
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Erwan Priyadi 
"Beautifully Hurt"

"This is my experimental project about poster. The idea is making a lot of posters but only use one single asset in many different styles. So i made this six different styles. The poster tells you about if you love somebody, you’ll never get hurt by what he/she has did to you, even if it’s really hurt. The picture below is the asset. Hope you enjoy it!"
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Erwan Priyadi 
"Beautifully Hurt"

"This is my experimental project about poster. The idea is making a lot of posters but only use one single asset in many different styles. So i made this six different styles. The poster tells you about if you love somebody, you’ll never get hurt by what he/she has did to you, even if it’s really hurt. The picture below is the asset. Hope you enjoy it!"
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Erwan Priyadi 
"Beautifully Hurt"

"This is my experimental project about poster. The idea is making a lot of posters but only use one single asset in many different styles. So i made this six different styles. The poster tells you about if you love somebody, you’ll never get hurt by what he/she has did to you, even if it’s really hurt. The picture below is the asset. Hope you enjoy it!"
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breathtakingdestinations:

Golden Gate Park - San Francisco California - USA (von mathewbest)
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rfmmsd:

Artist:
Roberto Ferri
"SALOME"
Olio su Tela 
90 cm x 50 cm
 2011
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wordsarefornerds:

"Don’t be seduced into thinking that that which does not make a profit is without value."- Arthur Miller
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norwoodshop:

Western Canadian Friends: our good friend Nicolas Olson is touring next month to promote his latest book, The Adirondack Haystack Still Floats. We highly suggest you drop in to any of the following locations to hear a reading from Nicolas and to snag a copy of the book from the man himself.
The Adirondack Haystack Still Tours Mini Book Tour/Camping Trip July 12 – Kokopelli Salon w/ Son Howler, 2052 Commercial Dr, Vancouver BC, 8pm July 16 – Oaklands Sunset Market, 1-2827 Belmont Ave, Victoria BC, 4pm July 18 – Pages Books, 1135 Kensington Road NW, Calgary AB, 7:30pm
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asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.
Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.
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ex0skeletal:

(by AC44 on deviantART)
ex0skeletal:

(by AC44 on deviantART)
ex0skeletal:

(by AC44 on deviantART)
ex0skeletal:

(by AC44 on deviantART)
ex0skeletal:

(by AC44 on deviantART)
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red-lipstick:

Agnese Kurzemniece (b. 1973, Riga, Latvia) - Inside, 2009     Drawings: Ink on Canvas
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fairyprincess247:

this weeks #woodcut #woodcutfunhouse #nickelz #halifax #sanctionedprintmakers #nothingillegitimate
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blackheartpaintworks:

justinmilwaukee:

Snoopy on a chopper gets reblogged every time forever and always.

agreed..