asylum-art:

Everyday Objects With Faces Are Awesome

When you walk around and look at everything around you, chances are, you may see a face. It may be human, it may be an animal, but sometimes you can see faces in inanimate objects. This is called Pareidolia: Seeing faces in random things!

worldwidepinar:

Food notebooks by Özge Çalışkan

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urhajos:

Eye painting by gimmegammi

urhajos:

Eye painting by gimmegammi

asylum-art:

Helene Meldahl Self-Portraits

on Instagram

When 26-year-old Helene Meldahl, aka @mirrorsme, turns to the mirror to take a selfie, all kinds of wonderful and wild results emerge from her imagination. For more than a year, the young Norwegian artist has been filling her Instagram account with photographs that blend self-portraits with clever illustrations drawn on a mirror with chalk or acrylic marker.

asylum-art:

New Murals By Ernest Zacharevic

New Murals By Ernest Zacharevic can be found on the streets of Ipoh where, as a result of a image partnership with OLDTOWN White Coffee, the artist unveiled a series of murals in his characteristic style: there is a hummingbird, an old man drinking from a traditional coffee cup at the side of an OLDTOWN White Coffee branch facing the Ipoh Padang, two children sitting on a paper plane, three packets of “kopi-o” and one of how Ipoh has evolved from its mining days.

asylum-art:

Tristan Eaton

Tristan Eaton is a graffiti artist, street art muralist, illustrator, and toy designer.

Tristan Eaton was born in Hollywood near Los Angeles, California in 1978. At the age of 8, his family decided to move to London, England. By the age of 16, they moved back to the United States but this time to the city of Detroit. Although Tristan Eaton loved Detroit, he had a big city heart and moved to New York at the age of 20.

christopherevansgraphicdesign:

Turtle
Tortue
Digital woodcut by Christopher Evans, paris, France
gravure numérique
contact: me@christopherevans.info

christopherevansgraphicdesign:

Turtle

Tortue

Digital woodcut by Christopher Evans, paris, France

gravure numérique

contact: me@christopherevans.info

artforadults:

Ipanema, new by malika favre



"My Brazil inspired piece created for the exhibition "How Beautiful It is" at Kemistry gallery which opened last night. Show runs until July 13th : )http://kemistrygallery.co.uk/swfc/”

artforadults:

Ipanema, new by malika favre

"My Brazil inspired piece created for the exhibition "How Beautiful It is" at Kemistry gallery which opened last night. Show runs until July 13th : )http://kemistrygallery.co.uk/swfc/

asylum-art:

Sara K. Golish: Sundust

on Facebook

Sundust is a new series of ten portraits of fictional sun goddesses by Toronto-based visual artist Sara Golish