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maya. 17. US.
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asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
asylum-art:

Debra Baxter's Crystal Sculptures
Crystal Brass Knuckles, jewelry line DB/CB
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asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan
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"Once in a while, it really hits people that they don’t have to experience life in the way they have been told to."
(via whatalovelythought)
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asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
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asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
asylum-art:

Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino
Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
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asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
asylum-art:

Florian Mermin Art
Florian Mermin staged body fragments situation with a space in which they are embedded. The artist is interested in some furniture and other objects that make up the interiors. The body is a pretext for formatting fictions or organic realities. Florian Mermin often ask family life and its fragility through fragile materials themselves as to better reveal the precarious and unstable nature. This instability is an obsession about the artist, who torments and intrigue. The fragility of life, human relations is evidenced by his work with alterable appearance and altered.
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nymphaeaceous:

hooray for productivity x
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asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
asylum-art:

New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
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paintdeath:

TORAFU’s haunted play house at the museum of contemporary art in Tokyo.
paintdeath:

TORAFU’s haunted play house at the museum of contemporary art in Tokyo.
paintdeath:

TORAFU’s haunted play house at the museum of contemporary art in Tokyo.
paintdeath:

TORAFU’s haunted play house at the museum of contemporary art in Tokyo.