Ateisto

Theo Dekan

Stream of Consciousness

Ateisto
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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laurene boglio: animated illustrtations 

artist on tumblrLaurene Boglio is a London based French graphic designer and illustrator. Boglio now works as a graphic designer at Made.com in Notting Hill and does freelance illustration work for magazines as Paulette Magazine and Zut!. Her animated gifs are refreshing and playfull hand drawn images. She keeps creating and posting them on her blog because of the fun she has doing so, and we think it’s great that she shares the fun.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
asylum-art:

 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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 Dream Portraits – The surreal portraits by Antonio Mora 
Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.
He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. They disturb.
His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein
Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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tara mcpherson
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Néle Azevedo :Ice Men Figuriines in Belfast, Ireland
brazilian artist néle azevedo ,presented as part of the belfastfestival at queen’s university in northern ireland.the artwork is a collection of hundreds of carved ‘ice-men’, ‘Monumento Minimo’, perched readily side by side on the steps of custom house in the city of belfast, a carefully prepared intervention that slowly thawed under the heat of the day. the figures sit slouched, with legs dangling – an oddly charming set of charactersfull of aloof charisma. the project was selected by the curator of the event as a tribute to titanic victims,  the ephemeral artwork a powerful expression of  the transitory nature of life, and death.
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Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
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Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
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Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
asylum-art:

Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH 
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
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The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
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The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
asylum-art:

The Vibrant Portraits of Alvaro Tapias
Imbued with intensity, Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia brings vibrant, contrasting colors and geometric shapes to his illustrations. Despite his chaotic aesthetic, Tapia admits that the process behind his portraits is meticulous, slow and deliberate. First reducing the image to its contours, he finds method in his madness by using bold techniques that add to the original portrait until the image itself bursts with life.
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monsieurlabette:

Herbert Ploberger (Austrian, 1902-1977)
Self-Portrait with ophthalmological teaching models (Selbstbildnis mit ophthalmologischen Lehrmodellen), 1928/30
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#Hairylove
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lxixlxix:

LXIX  digital   neon   fashion   minimalism
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lxixlxix:

LXIX  digital   neon   fashion   minimalism
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lxixlxix:

LXIX  digital   neon   fashion   minimalism
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lxixlxix:

LXIX  digital   neon   fashion   minimalism