4 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
  • leslieseuffert:

    Ikenaga Yasunari is a 1965-born Japanese artist. His paintings depict beautiful women, whose expressions and postures suggest a dreamy atmosphere. Ikenaga’s paintings also showcase exquisite textile pattern designs. His subjects are always women of modern times, but at the same time, the Nihonga painting style reflects ancient Japanese traditions, which gives his works a timeless feel. He creates his art by dropping Japanese paints into the canvas that he calls “linen cloth”, with a Menso brush. 

    (via amongrunaways)

  • 3 months ago
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  • glittertomb:

loll3:

Tarot Cards Series 
✧ Magician ✧ . lOll3 (2014)

Ohmygoshyes!!!

    glittertomb:

    loll3:

    Tarot Cards Series 

    ✧ Magician ✧ . lOll3 (2014)

    Ohmygoshyes!!!

  • 3 months ago
  • 5 months ago
  • archiemcphee:

    Anthropomorphic art is one of our favourite things, so even though we’ve featured her work a few times already, we still can’t get enough of Nouar's delightfully disturbing paintings.

    "Born in Tehran, amidst the 1980s political suffering and strife, Nouar’s family fled to Germany and then the US, where she resides today. Her oil and acrylic paintings touch on vintage commercial Americana with a sinister twist – but without being too cynical. Instead, each dollop of cream or slice of pie provokes a more tempting side of advertising, where the taste of nostalgia and its childlike promises are the main indulgence.”

    Visit Beautiful Decay to view even more of Nouar’s wonderful artwork.

    (via rainbownotation)

  • 5 months ago
  • hannahchristenson:

    Heey everybody! Hi! Just in case you were interested I thought I’d mention that I have an INPRNT shop now! Take a look if you’ve got some time. :) Thank you, have a lovely day!

    (via amongrunaways)

  • 5 months ago
  • fuckyeahvintageillustration:

    'The heroes or Greek fairy tales for my children' by Charles Kingsley; illustrated after drawings by W. Russell Flint. Published 1912 by Phillip Lee Warner in London.

    See the complete book here.

  • 6 months ago
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