jennathings:

jennakass:

The Fall

25”x20”, oil on gessoed illustration board

I’m just going to have to re-photograph when I varnish it, but god damn could I not wait to show everyone in the world this painting.

jENNA

  1. Camera: Nikon D3100
  2. Aperture: f/9
  3. Exposure: 1/4th
  4. Focal Length: 46mm

Hey there, since I’ve got new followers I thought I’d spread this around again. It’s my art blog! And I hope you all go take a look, maybe give me a follow and reblog some stuff ;)

I also have a society6 page should you wish to buy prints. It can be found HERE.

absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME.  absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!


ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 
REBLOG EVERY TIME. 

absolutelyvantastic:

harreet:

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

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

ew wtf i was like eating right now

no its really cool no sh

I LOVE THESE. 

REBLOG EVERY TIME. 

saintbutt:

EXCUSE ME WHILE I HYPERVENTILATE

sabriel by clockwork-madness
http://clockwork-madness.deviantart.com/art/Sabriel-362258326

I found my art in the Old Kingdom tag! :’D Everyone who likes this, I encourage you to go follow my art tumblr, which can be found HERE!!! 

ashleydoesartstuff:

Hey guys, just a reminder that I have a Society6 account that I sell prints from. If you’re interested in any of the works you see here, go check it out~

And if there’s something you like you don’t see there, message me about it and I’ll put it up for you :) 

~*Shameless Self Promotion Time*~

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fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Ricardo Bessa
Tumblr | Deviantart

oh shite 18.000 notes on my work?! aaaaaaaa
nondesignated:

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Ricardo Bessa
Tumblr | Deviantart

oh shite 18.000 notes on my work?! aaaaaaaa
nondesignated:

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Ricardo Bessa
Tumblr | Deviantart

oh shite 18.000 notes on my work?! aaaaaaaa
nondesignated:

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Ricardo Bessa
Tumblr | Deviantart

oh shite 18.000 notes on my work?! aaaaaaaa

nondesignated:

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Ricardo Bessa

Tumblr | Deviantart

oh shite 18.000 notes on my work?! aaaaaaaa

ashleydoesartstuff:

jennathings:

I am so pleased with Ashley I think I screamed at her over lunch when I saw this.

Her blog is here!

I also have a freshly-made art blog here guys! So if blogspot isn’t quite your thing, I’d be super pleased if you all would follow me on here! 

Casual reminder to everyone that I have an art blog and everyone should follow it, thanks! <3 <3 luv yuh

artandetcetera:

Pack of Dogs Playing Cards by John Littleboy
John Littleboy is a self-proclaimed “artist of all things inky-dinky.” Littleboy studied at Rhode Island School of Design and graduated from Stanford University. He currently resides in San Francisco.

artandetcetera:

Pack of Dogs Playing Cards by John Littleboy

John Littleboy is a self-proclaimed “artist of all things inky-dinky.” Littleboy studied at Rhode Island School of Design and graduated from Stanford University. He currently resides in San Francisco.

I’ve noticed in my absence I’ve gained a few followers! I want to say a belated “Hello”, and also direct you to check out my art blog! Please click through the link and follow if what I do is your thing ;) 

c0ssette:

Lucretia Borgia Reigns in the Vatican in the Absence of Pope Alexander VI (c.1910)  by Frank Cadogan Cowper.

robertbchew:

Jean Leon Gerome (1824- 1904). Gerome is from the group of artists called the Orientalists. He is also one of the best known from the movement. Gerome captured the grandeur of the Middle East/Africa in his paintings. Architecture, figures, light, and color. He was master of them all. He also did paintings that handled other points in history. My favorite is the painting of the Gladiator. His paintings are like time portals to ages long past.
Gerome’s work is celebrated across the world. There are books available on Orientalism and if you’re lucky (like me) you might stumble across some of his work in a museum. I’ve attached a website that has a large collection of his work.
robertbchew:

Jean Leon Gerome (1824- 1904). Gerome is from the group of artists called the Orientalists. He is also one of the best known from the movement. Gerome captured the grandeur of the Middle East/Africa in his paintings. Architecture, figures, light, and color. He was master of them all. He also did paintings that handled other points in history. My favorite is the painting of the Gladiator. His paintings are like time portals to ages long past.
Gerome’s work is celebrated across the world. There are books available on Orientalism and if you’re lucky (like me) you might stumble across some of his work in a museum. I’ve attached a website that has a large collection of his work.
robertbchew:

Jean Leon Gerome (1824- 1904). Gerome is from the group of artists called the Orientalists. He is also one of the best known from the movement. Gerome captured the grandeur of the Middle East/Africa in his paintings. Architecture, figures, light, and color. He was master of them all. He also did paintings that handled other points in history. My favorite is the painting of the Gladiator. His paintings are like time portals to ages long past.
Gerome’s work is celebrated across the world. There are books available on Orientalism and if you’re lucky (like me) you might stumble across some of his work in a museum. I’ve attached a website that has a large collection of his work.
robertbchew:

Jean Leon Gerome (1824- 1904). Gerome is from the group of artists called the Orientalists. He is also one of the best known from the movement. Gerome captured the grandeur of the Middle East/Africa in his paintings. Architecture, figures, light, and color. He was master of them all. He also did paintings that handled other points in history. My favorite is the painting of the Gladiator. His paintings are like time portals to ages long past.
Gerome’s work is celebrated across the world. There are books available on Orientalism and if you’re lucky (like me) you might stumble across some of his work in a museum. I’ve attached a website that has a large collection of his work.
robertbchew:

Jean Leon Gerome (1824- 1904). Gerome is from the group of artists called the Orientalists. He is also one of the best known from the movement. Gerome captured the grandeur of the Middle East/Africa in his paintings. Architecture, figures, light, and color. He was master of them all. He also did paintings that handled other points in history. My favorite is the painting of the Gladiator. His paintings are like time portals to ages long past.
Gerome’s work is celebrated across the world. There are books available on Orientalism and if you’re lucky (like me) you might stumble across some of his work in a museum. I’ve attached a website that has a large collection of his work.

robertbchew:

Jean Leon Gerome (1824- 1904). Gerome is from the group of artists called the Orientalists. He is also one of the best known from the movement. Gerome captured the grandeur of the Middle East/Africa in his paintings. Architecture, figures, light, and color. He was master of them all. He also did paintings that handled other points in history. My favorite is the painting of the Gladiator. His paintings are like time portals to ages long past.

Gerome’s work is celebrated across the world. There are books available on Orientalism and if you’re lucky (like me) you might stumble across some of his work in a museum. I’ve attached a website that has a large collection of his work.


Calligrapher: Omar Al-Jomni

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Calligrapher: Omar Al-Jomni

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Calligrapher: Omar Al-Jomni

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Calligrapher: Omar Al-Jomni

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Calligrapher: Omar Al-Jomni

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Calligrapher: Omar Al-Jomni

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead &amp; Co., New York.
See the complete book here.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Some British ballads’ illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1919 by Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.

See the complete book here.

dynamicafrica:

Portraits of Moroccans by Spanish artist José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913) 
dynamicafrica:

Portraits of Moroccans by Spanish artist José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913) 
dynamicafrica:

Portraits of Moroccans by Spanish artist José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913) 

dynamicafrica:

Portraits of Moroccans by Spanish artist José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913)