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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Discover Yoan Capote a very talented Cuban carver
‘Yoan Capote, a young Cuban artist who came to international notice in the 2001 Havana Biennale, creates paradoxical images with political and psychological overtones. In sculptures and beautifully crafted academic drawings (all 2004), he merges human organs with inanimate objects, rearranges the human body and reinvents the purposes of everyday things. (…) Capote’s work is both thought-provoking and humorous. He brings to mind the absurdist impossibilities of Rene Magritte, overlaid with a sense of nostalgia for physical experience in an increasingly digital world’
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The Batmobile
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kwstas:

Δουλειά κι αυτή… 
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nevver:

Artists space
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terrificallypolluted:

teenage-scumm:

grunge | Tumblr on We Heart It.

The world is just a big pile of grunge
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idernets:

idernets:

hewhositsinthedark:

My keyboard

full of awesome

This is now… MY keyboard!
idernets:

idernets:

hewhositsinthedark:

My keyboard

full of awesome

This is now… MY keyboard!
idernets:

idernets:

hewhositsinthedark:

My keyboard

full of awesome

This is now… MY keyboard!
idernets:

idernets:

hewhositsinthedark:

My keyboard

full of awesome

This is now… MY keyboard!
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Jozef Mrva - Masks
“I consider these masks as experiments with identity, especially in the rituallistic way. The bearer is intended to accept his new archetypical identity and immerse oneself in his role. Animal masks may resemble skulls, remains or abominations. They bear shamanic, dionisian or satanic symbolism. The form, material and overall execution is primitive, harsh and expressionistic. They are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”
More here.

Jozef Mrva - Masks
“I consider these masks as experiments with identity, especially in the rituallistic way. The bearer is intended to accept his new archetypical identity and immerse oneself in his role. Animal masks may resemble skulls, remains or abominations. They bear shamanic, dionisian or satanic symbolism. The form, material and overall execution is primitive, harsh and expressionistic. They are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”
More here.

Jozef Mrva - Masks
“I consider these masks as experiments with identity, especially in the rituallistic way. The bearer is intended to accept his new archetypical identity and immerse oneself in his role. Animal masks may resemble skulls, remains or abominations. They bear shamanic, dionisian or satanic symbolism. The form, material and overall execution is primitive, harsh and expressionistic. They are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”
More here.

Jozef Mrva - Masks
“I consider these masks as experiments with identity, especially in the rituallistic way. The bearer is intended to accept his new archetypical identity and immerse oneself in his role. Animal masks may resemble skulls, remains or abominations. They bear shamanic, dionisian or satanic symbolism. The form, material and overall execution is primitive, harsh and expressionistic. They are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”
More here.

Jozef Mrva - Masks
“I consider these masks as experiments with identity, especially in the rituallistic way. The bearer is intended to accept his new archetypical identity and immerse oneself in his role. Animal masks may resemble skulls, remains or abominations. They bear shamanic, dionisian or satanic symbolism. The form, material and overall execution is primitive, harsh and expressionistic. They are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”
More here.

Jozef Mrva - Masks
“I consider these masks as experiments with identity, especially in the rituallistic way. The bearer is intended to accept his new archetypical identity and immerse oneself in his role. Animal masks may resemble skulls, remains or abominations. They bear shamanic, dionisian or satanic symbolism. The form, material and overall execution is primitive, harsh and expressionistic. They are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”
More here.
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escarnia:

ourobearos:

aventurethyme:

grisser:

ourobearos:

Best $5 ever spent? Quite possibly.

omFG

did…did you make underwear out of a koosh ball?

Verily


Ay raza.
escarnia:

ourobearos:

aventurethyme:

grisser:

ourobearos:

Best $5 ever spent? Quite possibly.

omFG

did…did you make underwear out of a koosh ball?

Verily


Ay raza.
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tioiri:

So, I’ve been using teapots incorrectly my whole life.