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hifructosemag:

Based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Anouk Griffioen creates haunting, mural-scale charcoal drawings that offer glimpses into lush, overgrown places where humanity and nature seamlessly connect. The human subjects of her work are merely guides for viewers to immerse themselves in the sublime landscapes. It’s as if Griffioen is inviting her viewers to imagine themselves as her often faceless characters. There is a fashion-conscious aspect to her work as well: the svelte, model-like bodies strike casual yet glamorous poses, wearing smartly tailored outfits that camouflage with their surroundings. Read more in Hi-Fructose

I don’t know what you’re talking about, but I’ll take it as a compliment.

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the-book-i-havent-read:

Edward Hopper, Summer Evening, 1947

the-book-i-havent-read:

Edward HopperSummer Evening, 1947

bleu-eyed:

I can’t remember anything without you
Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind (2004)

bleu-eyed:

I can’t remember anything without you

Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind (2004)

marimopet:

Matisse - Nu Bleu II, 1952

marimopet:

Matisse - Nu Bleu II, 1952

boyirl:

i think i am a better ghost than i am a human beingWall Piece with 200 Letters (Kiasma)From the movie “Ansiktet” by  Ingmar Bergman (1958)MIKKO KUORINKI

boyirl:

i think i am a better ghost than i am a human being

Wall Piece with 200 Letters (Kiasma)
From the movie “Ansiktet” by  Ingmar Bergman (1958)
MIKKO KUORINKI

(Source: ufohhh)


Picasso giving a drawing lesson Cannes France 1957
Photo: Rene Burri 

Picasso giving a drawing lesson Cannes France 1957

Photo: Rene Burri