Tattoos: The Power ShiftTattoos: The Power Shift in Art Features More Like This
Tattoos: The Power Shift
Tattoo Ad Campaign – Dragon by Battledress
Foreword by techgnotic
The Today Page editorial team would like readers to join us in welcoming Rosie Yanikyan to our e–pages as a special correspondent for all manner of cultural concerns. A longtime poet member of the dA community, Rosie has taken on the incredible rich history of the Tattoo art form from a very interesting angle. We look forward to more communiques from moon-sorceress.
Chains of Ink that once held humans enslaved now empower Skin Ego communities.
Street Magician: The Photography of Chris Weeks→Street Magician: The Photography of Chris Weeks in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
The Street Photography of Chris Weeks
It was only after many long frustrating hours of trying to describe what’s so special about the photographs of cweeks...
That I finally realized I was trying to describe something that wasn’t there.
I finally realized that the magical something that sets cweeks’ works apart from others is that his camera disappears. There is no sense as you look at his photos of street scenes and other captures that you are looking through a lens, even the lens of a particularly talented photographer. There is a sense of simply walking through a town and seeing what you happen to see – without the
Mansions of The MindWatch depthRADIUSMansions of The Mind in Art Features More Like This
“Some use Ink, I confide in Silver”
— Lauren E. Simonutti
Quote by Lauren E. Simonutti
“ The misfirings of my beloved/despised mind that conspire to convince me to destroy all have rendered me housebound and led to a solitary life. A creature of past, proof, memory and imaginary friends, I am aware enough to know the things I see and hear are not real, but that does not mean I do not still see and hear them.”
For a very lon
The New Street Photographer's ManifestoFebruary 7, 2013/by techgnoticThe New Street Photographer's Manifesto in Art Features More Like This
Street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson called it the “decisive moment”— the captured instant when all the photograph’s elements come together to tell a story in a way a text narrative of thousands of words could never begin to. It is what hooks people, both practitioners and advocate-devotees, on the art form. It is uniquely completely immersive in life— step out into the streets— in which the moment of artistic epiphany can never be guessed at until it suddenly happens. When it is properly mastered, it is as pure as the dawn of each new day, as true as the living organism of a teeming street scene catching a breath as one.
It's no easy task to pull a book together for publication and "The New Street Pho
Street Photography: The Capture vs. The PoseStreet PhotographyStreet Photography: The Capture vs. The Pose in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
The Capture vs. The Pose
portrait of a WW2 vet...
When a subject poses to have his or her photograph taken, the subject tries to project a message about himself or
herself by how he or she “poses”, by the attitude of his or her body language or facial expression.
If the subject is posed by the photographer, the body pulled and prodded into the desired angles,
the facial expression “directed”, it is the photographer who is intending to communicate a message.
In either case, posing or posed, there is undeniably something “false” in the representation.
Otto and Victoria, Octovictorian EtiquetteWatch depthRADIUSOtto and Victoria, Octovictorian Etiquette in Art Features More Like This
There is no cosmic law that states artists must suffer many long years and demeaning day-jobs before a window of opportunity cracks open just enough to hop on through.
Fellow deviant Brian Kesinger is a case in point.
His first “day-job” in 1996—he was hired straight out of his senior year of high school—was drawing Tarzan for Disney.
Brian stayed at Disney and he considers every day there a part of his ongoing education as an artist. He most recent
SuggestivismSuggestivismSuggestivism in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Birth of a New Category or Beginning of the End of Categories?
:icontechgnotic: by techgnotic
Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be another “ism” on the art world horizon, what with the growing accessibility of all
art technique and technology rendering all the “schools of art” equally available and doable and therefore making impossible the dominance
or even existence of any current art “movement” … comes “suggestivism,” the “ism” best summing up what art is in our lives today, defined
more by what it is not, rather than what it is.
"Suggestivist" art is not slave to any on
Mythical Cartography, The Artistry of MapsMythical Cartography, The Artistry of Maps in Art Features More Like This
:icontechgnotic: by techgnotic
"Scars can come in handy. I have one myself above my left knee that is a perfect map of the London Underground."—Prof. Albus Dumbledore
Early life becomes an exploration of invisible parameters, circles beyond circles, as one pushes out to test the boundaries of safety. There is one’s bedroom, one’s home, neighborhood, school and town, state and nation. Early on, maps become important documents – declarations of being and rights and privileges. In the art world, throughout history, maps have been a constant measure of human progress, from the Phoenecians recording their trade routes over 2000 years ago, or pre-Columbian times in which map
Grow some balls.I don't mind people voicing that they don't like my work or the content of my silly little cartoons. Most of the time I find it funny! But what really grates is when the individual doesn't have the spine to do so via their day-to-day DA profile.Grow some balls. in Personal More Like This
They set up a new one. One which they use to rattle off whatever flatulance they believe passes as worthwhile commentary in the real world, most likely in the wake of mummy and daddy slapping them on the wrist over something - angsty, juvenile pricks that they are.
And juvenile they must be, as anyone with a mite more experience would realise that any weight you hope your words might have is completely lost when someone visits your "slander" profile and reads the numbers "0 Deviations", "0 Favourites", "0 Watchers", "No Journal entries", etc.
It renders your words as vacuous as your gallery.
So if you're going to type stuff like "I feel like some of the smut you draw takes away from the credibility of your art as a whole." or
Tracing gets you nowhere.I remember when I was a kid, I'd record Saturday morning cartoons, play them back, pause the image, put a piece of paper over the screen and trace my favourite characters.Tracing gets you nowhere. in Personal More Like This
Now this was really hard in the VHS era, because a paused image on a VHS is usually either broken up or shakes so much that you’ll have some kind of fit if you look at it too long, it depended on how cheap and sh*tty your machine was.
But I worked really hard at it, man. I spent ages getting the linework just right, I was so careful, and when I peeled the page from the static cling of the bulbous, cathode ray tube screen, the character looked exactly right on the page. And you wanna know what I took away from that endeavour? What all that effort taught me?
Jack f**king sh*t.
You don’t pick up or develop any skills by tracing. You don’t devise and perfect your own methods by tracing. You do not progress as an artist by tracing. All you get is a loss of credibility, especially in this day and age, bec
Irn-Bru: now illegal in Canada.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25867613Irn-Bru: now illegal in Canada. in Personal More Like This
Irn Bru is made from girders, the Scots claim. And I believe them.
The alarmingly coloured liquid is “Scotland’s other national drink” after the obvious Whiskey. It’s been produced since 1901 and is now illegal in Canada because it contains Ponceau 4R, a food colourant that is considered a carcinogenic be some food standard agencies around the world. One which may cause a reaction in those allergic to aspirin and intensify the effects of asthma. Even the USA, who are generally happy to eat anything, insisted the formula be altered before sale within its borders, and even then it can only be purchased in 500ml bottles out of the fear that any greater intake will result in someone dissolving.
“Irn Bru” is the phonetically written pronunciation of “Iron Brew”, as said with the collective speech impediment that is the Scottish accent (the result of collapsed nasal passages due to centuries of
Creativity is addictive.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-23572742Creativity is addictive. in Personal More Like This
I believe that Minecraft is the future of massive multiplayer games, and I'm surprised that none of the big developers/publishers have cottoned onto it yet.
They look at Minecraft and think its success is down to its business model, or to its blocky, retro charm.
It's down to the fact that you get out of it what you put into it.
With a MMORPG, there are pre-scripted quests. With Minecraft, you set the quests yourself or others.
User created content is the key. All you have to do is provide the players with the tools to build.
There are two types of gamer: wall builders and wall breakers.
Wall builders are the ones that spend an age in an RTS game getting their base just right. They play SimCity and act as Dungeon Master during an RPG.
Wall breakers are the type to follow the mission brief. They get set a quest and they follow it. They're the Call of Duty crowd and they're never more happy than when
losing in reverieslosing in reveries in Personal More Like This
:thumb49581855: My Soul to Keep by Solus-Photography
Siren by abclic From Nothing To Nowhere by Kostassoid Reclining nude by mikebp
:thumb265560000: Rhus - Notch Tree by silverystars wintersunrise by alfred-georg
The Fish by NataliaDrepina ELEMENTS by Gesell kill the dancer by george-mihes
Liza 6 by DavidBenoliel on hook by warhammerphoto balls by PerSe
elegy of emptiness V.3 by shamanski Ko'Ra by cruz-art Lela Not not Knowing by NadIksodas
The New Skin by BaddogLtd Girl N9 by IMAGENES-IMPERFECTAS 84 by Zefirina
nude by ErotikArtLD :thumb284144648: In The Hot Seat by Alt-Images
Cold Night by ritarocha a blue sunday morning, 2011 by EylemOlas The Sheltering Sky by kevissimo
:thumb146451103: no title 86 by ABrito Monika15 by Cartien
black beach 06 by photoplace Veil Nude by Zedul Epsilon by Anna-model
a silent moment by andreapun Dreamer's Perspective by harald-muehlhoff ''Athena's on the Qui Vive'' by erwintirta
contrasts by alfred-georg :thumb291734366: Arachnid by mickwag
Duong Quoc Dinh by duongquocdinh natural born symmetry by MichaelPe neznakomka by genepulse
Between Earth and Sky by dwingephotography girl whith pearl earring by Anna-model Bink by LoGill
MASTERS by Gesell Private Universe by ton3 chameleon by andre-j
Web of light.. by vejitatoja White prission by Lurphoto :thumb1
gentle touchinggentle touching in Personal More Like This
autumn angel by belovaan be together by cha-feily
Dead End Kid by BaddogLtd The Scream by mirabiliaimages leave a scar by illdispose
Between Darkness and Wonder by SebastienTabuteaud Future Sight by Bierka the terrible decay of living by sarahannloreth
Someone Like You by JacquelineBarkla ... by belovaan :thumb148675541:
A night to forget by Julie-de-Waroquier :thumb177557078: In between by Julie-de-Waroquier
lilllly by danyasuprime Red bow by AnitaAnti Headless by elara-dark
Alice's Flamingo by ElenaKalis Heart project - Fragile by DianaGrigore sheung wan by Fersy
brisk by davespertine citylights by Fersy Flash of Inspiration by msaph
A Beautiful Book by Aeternum-Art Mosque II by IsacGoulart Everything- by popoks
Railroad to Nowhere by IMAGENES-IMPERFECTAS Knock on the sky by Oer-Wout nothing 56 by RedupReda
Do not turn around. by fiixx Refresh ! by mcDarius Wait... Hope... by andokadesbois
Dual by Jbuth Autumn in a head by GRAFIKfoto .: keep me warm :. by GokhanKaraag
Cache cache ... by julie-rc Grand Mosque by ashamandour NY by dell640
Wood by meemo Crush the Canals by JeRoenMurre .hallucination. by GoncaloBorgesDias
87 by t-ufan Cold and Calm by PancolartJorge Hands by bingbing51
Noche by ElenaKalis Ribbon Web by nitr0gene er.wachen II by silent-order
assente by d-anderton Hesitation by gndrfck :thumb14
two from onetwo from one in Art Features More Like This
zik zak ziggurat by aerendial swirling by aerendial
Leaving me to become the ashes by Zewarr Cold, alone in a void from An endless world by Zewarr
The shape that parting takes by mehrmeer Shards by mehrmeer
La disparition by ambrosia3 CXXXVIII by ambrosia3
kzXIII by keinziel all 4 u by keinziel
Heart and Soul #2Heart and Soul #2 in Art Features More Like This
hello by ulanandaein neuer tag by JoanasLichtpoesie
entwine twigs with branches vi by farbanomalieLittle sunshine by bluetopaz8With the wind by kimy1011
Pale memories out of the close by Voodica:thumb195605909:missing link by micmojo
Strange Days by 0Gutter-GlitterRelaxing by meatwad4900...try to kill off desire by UgurDoyduk
Elena by PlakitinaNothing Else matters by YouAreViolentRedFiled by LosAlamos
the lizard and the dragonflies by M0THartThe world keeps turning V by linateschphotographyV by o9-design
Joan-Nita By Appossai N"30 by AppossaiOcean eyes by leelloorGoddess. by Lukreszja
Bladerunner Inspired Negative by Thaiauxnlove by thunderstorm1991Nemo by DeniseBayles
On the farm... by LauraDKFrozen heart by MeravigiliosaOne Fine Day by tomislav-moze
Whispers by maryfairieInception...monochrome by idaniphotography:thumb262474529:
Nature's Path by Fragile-Eyes-FictionT h ree II by AndrisBarbanslittle red by csepi
Firefox preview by EnjiNightGrand Luxxe Resort by memo06dicautumn spirit by kim-e-sens
Beneath the Starry Sky by EmilySotoSomeone Like You by Piddlinguplifting color by CristianTudose
pale autumn by JuliaDuninAutomns Comes by foto-graf-hi:thumb264661610:
New ID by CarolineMadisonThe Woodland Girl 02 by milkandblue:t
Heart and Soul #3Heart and Soul #3 in Art Features More Like This
A breeze of spring time by ErotikArtLDbunny by senkova.589. by Nigritalato by sylmacE.K by o9-designStanding Strong by Hopie-chanBathing IV by BettyHorrorHonorata by ZzaniazZUp by ariadneseTwig by Eman333Contrasty by peopledelightedBW by minspiredoneLisa by RLSphotographer
Magnolia I by Zeit-Bild-PhotoArtYara V by MaLizeWhite Orchid by Muse1908In the clouds by JotVelZetLilac by rossalev-andreyAriadne's thread III by JotVelZetCome home by DGPhotographyjaxEnchanted 4 by DmajicPhotographyAwaiting love by LIZZYBPHOTOGRAPHYSleep by Amanda-DiazMaddy by Eman333Just Loneliness by Jay-JusufNymph by Emmatyan
Heart and Soul #6 HEART AND SOULHeart and Soul #6 in Art Features More Like This
Martina VI by november-stormForest birds cloak. by FairysirenUrban Samurai Photo Shoot Part 2 by GeoLeon
you are there by PatriciaD
Wild Thing by MarijaBerjoza
56356 by afamjaowy
The Theory of Flight by LisbethPhotography
Funfair Princess 2 by iomaSatythe last of their kind by PhixotographyLovable Summer! by pigleenlotus
play 2 by ernest-art.prowler by ManiacPhotographyblue - by nurtanrioven
Feeling Only Love by iomaSatyRebirth by Alessia-IzzoSomeone Else's Angels by yeaaah-obssd-008
ARTIST(S) OF THE YEAR ARTIST(S) OF THE YEARARTIST(S) OF THE YEAR in Personal More Like This
Thanks so much for your vote, and this year we have two winners:
:iconvmaximus: Robert Steven Connett
:iconkolaboy: Danny Malboeuf
Congratulations guys and thanks for your art.
We invite you to know more about our winners, in this journal.
HALL OF FAME
Previous artists of the year:
Robert Steven Connett
"Born in 1951 in San Francisco, California, I began drawing and painting at the age of 27. I continued to create artwork as a hobby for 20 years during which time I owned and operated an insurance brokerage firm in San Francisco. I sold the firm in 1998 at age 47 after my home and art collection was destroyed by a fire. I then moved to Los Angeles in 2003 where I began my full time art career at the age of 52"
MY PURPOSE: I specialize in custom acrylic paintings. I'm not sure how one might categorize my style. ('Psycho-representational' seems right ) I'll let my paintings speak for themse
HAPPY AND SURREAL 2012! 2012HAPPY AND SURREAL 2012! in Personal More Like This
Happy new year for everyone, members and watchers. The group still growing, we´re 380 members and 2,671 watchers...
Thanks to Deborah and Pierre who help me to the administration of this group.
I want to close this year with a summary of the best books of some of our members released in this year and two interviews from the Justin Ehrlich blog (Laurie Lipton and Denis Forkas)
Miximages. Bernard Dumaine's exquisite corpses ( 80 drawings ) with 37 international artists. Buy it here: http://de.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1716617
SACRAE PARTICULAE EX NIHILO:THE ART OF GROMYKO SEMPER. Buy it here: http://de.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2047879
The Art of Collage Yearbook cover. This yearbook showcases collage artworks from the Art of Collage's members. Buy it here: http://de.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2246509
"Rebirth of the exquisite corpse "
INTERVIEWS / UPCOMING SHOWS Interview with Martin de Diego Sadaba Interviewed by Teseleanu GeorgeINTERVIEWS / UPCOMING SHOWS in Personal More Like This
Tell us a little about the art styles that you use:
I develop different kind of works, I do concept, classical illustration and portraits for commissions but my personal works flows between fantasy and dark surrealism. I’m opened to many things it’s hard for me to find a personal line of work or a personal style, maybe my personal strokes would define my style.
Why did you choose these art styles?
It’s how when you are hungry and you open the fridge, you know exactly what your stomach wants to taste. I develop “my styles” because it’s what feeds my hunger.
How can you define in your own word, surrealism?
Intuition speech is the best definition I could find.
What influenced you to become an artist and how did your family/friend react to the idea?
Like someone said. When we are children we all draw, but mo
Some Traditional Wizards #3 + Stroke of InsightI want to leave you with some magicians, they have the privilege to own magical pencils, erasers, tortillions, paintbrushes, sheets, canvas... and hands. Maybe some are a bit crazy, but support them!Some Traditional Wizards #3 + Stroke of Insight in Personal More Like This
Ceres Preliminary by Michael-C-Hayes
Athena by Michael-C-HayesAmbrossio by RubinaSabinaArtemis by Michael-C-Hayes
radiance new - Leonid Afremov by LeonidafremovStudying kids anatomy 2 by SILENTJUSTICELike a Bunny by SILENTJUSTICE
Quench by markstewartBirgit-2 by BeatrizMartinVidalPrayer by AnaMariaMaxim
Girl by FairyARTosChild by sleepy-face
Thea by Snow-OwlThe Murmur of the Innocents 1 by gottfriedhelnwein
Longest Lunch by jankolasI'm watching you... by Takir
ESPN MAGAZINE COVER by simonebianchiDETECTIVE COMICS 827 COVER by simonebianchiSwamp Dweller- pencil by andybraseHULK RAGE by StevenSanchez
:thumb303320133:Another Pretty Face by pnmunoztwo spoons of sugar by bohomaz13
I am the Tiger by Ileina:thumb304874644:The Tigress by CamillaMalcus
:thumb150057073:snow cub-snow leopard by clive64
Kingfisher by davidhugeFrogface ATC by pbird12:thumb303679677:
"Eye of the Storm" - Realism by robybaerdog days are over by DanielGrzeszkiewicz"Winters Watch" - Realism by robybaer
Graphic Design by Misted-DreamArabian horse by CaldeiraSP
Ride in the desert by CaldeiraSPLibre by raulrk
Some Traditional Wizards #2 + Will Smith PhiloI want to leave you with some magicians, they have the privilege to own magical pencils, erasers, tortillions, paintbrushes, sheets, canvas... and hands. Maybe some are a bit crazy, but support them!Some Traditional Wizards #2 + Will Smith Philo in Personal More Like This
Tibetan Boy by william690cJohn Wayne by CubistPanther
Pet portrait - Axel by elektroyuKatherine Pierce - Vampire Diaries by AuroraWienholdBremen by AzanyThe library mouse by dh6art
:thumb281345877:la nostra infinita abnegazione by agnes-cecile'Breezy Days' Oil on Canvas - Robert Hagan by robert-hagan
My RISD Bike Drawing by PheoniicAn elderly man by FairyARTosQuiet desperation by Greyfox-omega
Imagine by DanielGrzeszkiewiczA Short Silence by hyper-tom
Together by DanBurgessTheArtistBearly Interested by CristinaPenescuforest road by VityaR83
Wind by rodluffAngels hide from the sun by YannickBouchardGentle by eajnaAll The Way by indra15
Albus Dumbledore by SilentKWSchizophrenia. by DasvidanyaMelody for the Primordial by jasinski
Princess by suzanastojanovicGentle Friend by Jeanne-LuiEhrenpar2 by Julyart
drawing1 by kamilsmalaCrayola Gron by marziipornSubmergence by Sheloize
A DATE WITH THE RAIN - LEONID AFREMOV by Leonidafremovgirl in the water by SveraTiger - Bic Ballpoint Pen by VianaArts
Tiger close up. by LukeT66Taylor Swift Pencil Drawing 2 by theGaffneyOwl Scratchboard AUCTION by TamberEllaCalm Before the Storm by Face-Reality
Ernst VII face detail by BenbeHannelore by SineSensus:t
InkedFeaturing inked menInked in Art Features More Like This
tattoo by bethdu
121 by Shace
Miles I by GARETHHH Tattoo pioeuvre 17. by BenoitPaille
CM project_kiril_6 by Rimka
Welcome to the Internet. Now go home.I post stuff here, on fetlife, and on tumblr. Well, I used to - now I hardly do at all.Welcome to the Internet. Now go home. in Personal More Like This
Not because of copyright. I understand that when you post something on the internet, you're posting it for everyone to look at, and it's going to get shared around. But the comped-up piece of shit you see above (minus my commentary) is all over the internet - it's far more widely distributed than my original version. Back when I used to read my messages here and on Fetlife, I had 12-20 messages per day about stuff like this. Mostly it was people trying to be helpful and telling me "HEY! Look over here, there's another person who smeared shit all over your art!" And it used to take me an hour every morning to cut and paste URLs into DMCA requests to get this kind of crap taken down.
But that's really only the tip of the emotional iceberg for me. About 1 in 10 times that I post a DMCA I'd get a message from the perso
SOPA, Hypocrisy, Scandal, DMCA, and CensorshipMissing The PointSOPA, Hypocrisy, Scandal, DMCA, and Censorship in Personal More Like This
I've been disappointed to see the various responses to SOPA, especially the "DEVIATION CENSORED" images. They so completely miss the point that I can only assume the people posting them have absolutely no comprehension of what SOPA means, why it's a problem, and what they're actually protesting against.
First off, SOPA is not about censorship. Unfortunately, many of the opponents of SOPA decided to cast it as being about censorship in order to mobilize public opinion. Why did they do that? Unfortunately, they did that for two reasons: 1) they knew that without mobilizing mass support, the bill would go through and 2) they knew that the masses they wanted to get support from simply don't care/understand the real problem enough to do anything - because the truth is much to complicated for the typical internet user. I have some sympathy for that view, because I've discovered over and over again that copyright is, in fact, too complicated for the typi
Fairytale collection 22Fairytale collection 22 in Personal More Like This
Ksenia III by ScreamofmyHeart-Neko Anastasia III by ScreamofmyHeart-Neko
Chmury Umazane by absentii The Rise and Fall of the Fourth by xBassxHarmingx The burial by AlexandraSophie
Fly away by Foufinha 2013-011 by rainris Ophelia by Voodica
deep, deep in the woods by chervona Strange Birds by absentii breathe by baravavrova
Broken Silence by Foufinha Ophelia II by SlevinAaron Gift of Life by beyondimpression
the forest(4) by whitecrow-soul Sophia and the Pilgrim by xBassxHarmingx where the time stops by baravavrova
Phoebe III ( in Flowerland ) by justJAZZ July by Anna1Anna Far, far away... by kotzmarsa
Girl with a nest by fairyladyphotography Forest stories by Econita Add by accti
Sunny passion by Elena-NeriumOleander<
Fairytale collection 13Fairytale collection 13 in Personal More Like This
The coldness of dreams by olivier-ramonteu here comes the sun by hungryheart83
sea wind by vvola The WaterNymph by Vanilladisaster Longing by Meravigiliosa
Watch me fall apart by Meravigiliosa wish u were here ... by Sssssergiu shout by Sssssergiu
druid by Knupph Ukrainian by Emmatyan stay by missKitiketka
Gaia Project III by dorukseymen sun sun sun by BirdSophieBlack swamp witch IV by BirdSophieBlack
sun kissed. by ankooru Lawenda by madziix my own paradise. by ankooru
wind by IlonaShevchishina Down by the Riverside by iNeedChemicalX ophelia by robinpika
Phoebe IX ( in Flowerland ) by justJAZZ In the heart of forest by Lazettchan wild green by CristianTudose
happiness by milkshakePowerrr burning sun and the moon 15 by cangurgel somewhere over the rainbow by i-m-light
Medusa II by paintedpoppy winter forest by saniakhanphotography 2011-081 by rainris
Forest birds cloak. by Fairysiren Eugene . . by iliushka Paris Blue by haania
D057 by miobi The moon above you and the streets below by Vanilladisaster original sin by ezorenier
Portfolio by aufzehengehen the world is cold now by stephaniethy Jungle by silverwing-sparrow
fr II by Knupph _Gold. by Bloddroppe #1 by thon94rt little freedom by sirbion
City Wild by EmilySoto Summer paradise by mniami autumn beauty by Firiless tara------- by matmoon
ashes. by smallvillian :thumb313324492: :thumb31427634
Kubicki StoreI would like to inform you that I have opened my own store.Kubicki Store in Personal More Like This
All prints are signed, some of them are limited. Almost all my works, including speedpaintings and my 2014 calendar, in one place.
ExhibitionSerdecznie zapraszamy na pierwszą indywidualną wystawę prezentującą fotografie, fotomanipulacje, grafiki i rysunki Jarka Kubickiego. Wydarzenie odbędzie się w niesamowitej przestrzeni oryginalnego schronu z okresu II wojny światowej - Klubu Bunkier - nowego punktu na artystycznej mapie Gdańska.Exhibition in Personal More Like This
Zamknięty wernisaż wystawy: 21.06.2013 godz. 20.00
[English version below]
Widzowie będą mieli okazję zobaczyć prace charakteryzujące się wspaniałym warsztatem oraz przemawiające bogactwem faktur, odcieni, kształtów; zetkną się z fotografią, malarstwem, rysunkiem i sztuką wideo. Artysta, mocno zakorzeniony w kulturze alternatywnej, biegły w zacieraniu granicy między realnością, a fikcją, zainspirowany mrocznymi zakątkami ludzkiego umysłu poprowadzi nas przez niepokojący świat emocji, pragnień i lę