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mariealbertine:

Bedtime doodles, Marilyn Monroe style.

mariealbertine:

Bedtime doodles, Marilyn Monroe style.

corduroyandgin:

fyodorpavlov:

Dandies!

Guuuh. This is fantastic.

Kehinde Wiley’s works reference specific paintings by Titian and Tiepolo, but he incorporates a range of art historical and vernacular styles in his paintings, from the French Rococo to the contemporary urban street. Wiley collapses history and style into a uniquely contemporary vision. He describes his approach as “interrogating the notion of the master painter, at once critical and complicit.” He makes figurative paintings that “quote historical sources and position young black men within that field of ‘power.’” His “slightly heroic” figures, slightly larger than life size, are depicted in poses of power and spiritual awakening. He deliberately mixes images of power and spirituality, using them as a filter in the portrayal of masculinity. Kehinde Wiley’s exhibition Infinite Mobility recently appeared at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. (via Deitch)

homotography:

Jan Aeberhard by Herring & Herring | Clone
100artistsbook:

By Uncle Grumpy

100artistsbook:

By Uncle Grumpy

100artistsbook:

Portrait of Joshas by David Gremard Romero

100artistsbook:

Portrait of Joshas by David Gremard Romero

daunt:

marysoul:

“Icarus” by Yuri Leonov

I love the shift between cold and hot colors along his clavical and palms. Absolutely brilliant. <3

daunt:

marysoul:

“Icarus” by Yuri Leonov

I love the shift between cold and hot colors along his clavical and palms. Absolutely brilliant. <3