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“Our Lady of the Salvage Yard”  Work by Artist Amy FlemingAmy...

“Our Lady of the Salvage Yard”  Work by Artist Amy Fleming Amy Fleming has combined screen printing and collage for her “Our Lady of the Salvage Yard” Series. All of these Patron Saints are ultra helpful in case of emergencies.  Described as: Our Lady of the Salvage Yard is a patron saint for everyone who works with discards, machinery, and anything else that can be recovered and used again. She has a halo of transmissions and a crown of headlights. Her golden collar is made from radiators and disc brakes, and she often appears with the tools of her trade. Amy Fleming Amy Fleming teaches printmaking at Florida State University.  She also creates installation art, dioramas, and assemblages. Thanks to buysomedamnart.com ! Looking for more helpful art?  Check out our Facebook Page .  Posted by Lisa .

Illustrations by Lois van Baarle (loish)dA l tumblr l shop

Illustrations by Lois van Baarle (loish) dA l tumblr l shop

The Art of Alex CFAlex CF  is a London based illustrator,...

The Art of Alex CF Alex CF   is a London based illustrator, writer, sculptor and vocalist in Morrow, Archivist, Carnist, Anopheli  His work is visceral and whimsical, creating elaborately detailed depictions of earthen ritual, dark folklore, and forgotten horrors. His frenetic lines and beautiful depictions can be seen on band artwork, record labels and book covers alongside his own personal projects.  His personal artwork is inspired by animal mythology, the concepts of imbuing nonhumans with cultural, religious and ritualistic practices, creating fantastical naturalist scenes, with much of his personal illustrations connected by stories within a single narrative. Alex  shop . Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by Margaret   via

Illustrations by Marta Adan behance l shop

Illustrations by Marta Adan behance l shop

Rosa de JongDutch designer, illustrator and art director Rosa de...

Rosa de Jong Dutch designer, illustrator and art director Rosa de Jong creates, among other things, wonderfully intricate landscapes inside glass cases. Her ‘Micro Matter’ series shows fragments of tiny forests and buildings, often intertwined, that leave the viewer wondering about who built these structures and dwells inside them. With her attention to detail and atmospheric lighting, Rosa creates other worlds for us to disappear into. Discover more or Rosa’s work on her Facebook Page and Dribble There’s plenty more visual candy at our Facebook Page and Twitter ! | Posted by Falco

Camilo PonceThe brooding watercolors of Camilo Ponce convey a...

Camilo Ponce The brooding watercolors of Camilo Ponce convey a sense of isolation and despair. Lone figures sit pondering in the darkness or are surrounded by bloody landscapes. Often they seem to dwell in the borderlands between the world of the dead and the realm of the living, and quite tired with the latter. Discover plenty of great art at our Facebook page and Twitter ! | Posted by Falco