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Batik work, ceramics, and street art by NY-based The Yok and...

Batik work, ceramics, and street art by NY-based  The Yok and Sherry Behance | Vimeo | Facebook | Flickr | Tumblr Posted by Miyuki ♀ Check out our Flickr group too, for awesome photos!

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Collages by Ches GatpayatChes Gatpayat is a mixed-media and...

Collages by Ches Gatpayat Ches Gatpayat is a mixed-media and collage artist based in Manila. She is currently taking up Art Studies at the University of the Philippines. She is also a contributor for The Thing, an artist for Stache Magazine, intern for Scout Magazine, and art editor for Rumination Magazine. She has done different projects, all of which can be viewed on this website. She enjoys endless walks, collecting small things, listening to psychedelic and fuzzy music, making a mess, eating spicy Japanese food, and thinking about everything. Twitter | Instagram  | Tumblr Posted by Miyuki ♀   Don’t forget to follow our Facebook page !

Collages by Ches GatpayatChes Gatpayat is a mixed-media and...

Collages by Ches Gatpayat Ches Gatpayat is a mixed-media and collage artist based in Manila. She is currently taking up Art Studies at the University of the Philippines. She is also a contributor for The Thing, an artist for Stache Magazine, intern for Scout Magazine, and art editor for Rumination Magazine. She has done different projects, all of which can be viewed on this website. She enjoys endless walks, collecting small things, listening to psychedelic and fuzzy music, making a mess, eating spicy Japanese food, and thinking about everything. Twitter | Instagram  | Tumblr Posted by Miyuki ♀   Don’t forget to follow our Facebook page !

ryanpanos: Colosses | Fabrice Fouillet Statues are often...

ryanpanos : Colosses |  Fabrice Fouillet Statues are often idealized works of art, ideological, political or religious representations, and turn their subjects into fascinating eternal figures.Once erected to keep alive the memory of a particular person or event, in a given culture, it lasts through many generations and establishes itself a symbol for the community.Statues are even more influential when they are outstanding. An edifice can be said to be monumental when it is unusual, extraordinary. It has to be abnormal, as exceptional as the political or religious power itself, also inseparable from its symbolic aspects.     The series “Colosses” is a study of the landscapes embracing those monumental commemorative statues.Although hugeness is appealing, exhilarating or even fascinating, I was first intrigued by the human need to build gigantic declarations. Then, I asked myself how such « works » could be connected to their surroundings. How can they fit in th

Abstract Art by g-vnctVincent Ghiotti is a 23 year old...

Abstract Art by g-vnct Vincent Ghiotti is a 23 year old Communication graduate from Lyon, France. His work uses many forms of graphic creation, including 3D and illustration. His inspirations come through his thoughts, imagination, and moods. Posted by Philip Follow Cross Connect on Tumblr