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Fuck Yeah Illustrative Art! • isabienne: Flora Luna by `thienbao | via Tumblr on We Heart It.
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asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
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Minimal Tattoos
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Minimal Tattoos
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Minimal Tattoos
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asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
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"Goodnight stars, goodnight air, goodnight noises everywhere."
Margaret Wise BrownGoodnight Moon (via words-and-coffee)
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asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
asylum-art:

Meelissa Cooke
artist on tumblr
Melissa Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and patience one needs to manipulate and control it as a medium.
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asylum-art:

Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
asylum-art:

Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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Photographer Oliver Morris’s Double Exposure Pictures
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asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
asylum-art:

Time-lapse photography of nude dancer’s by Shinichi Maruyama
Since the dawn of the photographic age artists have been obsessed with the ways in which a cameraman can play with the perception of motion and time. In the 19th century Eadweard Muybridge used photography to win a bet by capturing an image of a horse galloping in order to prove that all it’s legs left the ground at once, now Shinichi Maruyama is presenting the opposite. 
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asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

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As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

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asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

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asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

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asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

 , 
asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

 , 
asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

 , 
asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

 , 
asylum-art:

As close to heaven – Conrad Jon Godly Paintings


Just stumbled upon these incredible abstract paintings of mountains and five minutes later had bought Conrad Jon Godly ’s book Works + -
Perhaps it’s just my insatiable appetite for mountains but these images really speak to me, and I’m going to do everything I can to have one hanging near my fireplace with 1 year. 
Based in Switzerland around Chur , one would assume the artist has plenty of subjects to choose from, but rather chooses to paint abstractly, rather than subjectively.

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