aftersight


→ Apr 2014

(Source: wu-christine)

→ Mar 2014

artemisdreaming:

Statuette of a Woman: “The Stargazer”, c. 3000 BC

Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia?, 3rd Millennium BC

marble, Overall - h:17.20 w:6.50 d:6.30 cm (h:6 3/4 w:2 1/2 d:2 7/16 inches) Wt: 1 lb.. Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund; John L. Severance Fund 1993.165

Cleveland Museum of Art, Gallery 102a

The Stargazer

Image and Description from Cleveland Museum of Art:  ”Executed in translucent marble this is one of the oldest sculptures of the human figure in the museum. The incised triangle at the pelvis indicates that this is a female figure. Her head is sculpted fully in the round while her body is reduced to an elegant profile. The figure’s meaning and context are unknown, though it probably carries religious connotations related to fertility and abundance. This Kilia-type figure, named for an excavation site in what is now Turkey, is one of about 30 such figures known, and is especially rare because it is complete. She is a “stargazer” because her eyes look to the stars above, home of powerful divine forces.”

→ Mar 2014

the last month of making this thesis film. while experiencing the biggest wanderlust trying to reconnect with this city for the encouragement and whimsy that was felt before, though in vain. at least before this child proj is out into the world… animating cigarettes being lit with the upmost detail. ‪#‎springbreak2014‬

→ Mar 2014

theartofanimation:

Chris Turnham

(via ignoranimus)

→ Mar 2014 sebjartworks:

ink on photo © Seb Jarnot

sebjartworks:

ink on photo © Seb Jarnot

(Source: nowhayw.blogspot.fr, via thecureis)

→ Mar 2014

(via treefingers-)

→ Mar 2014 Vince mckelvie

Vince mckelvie

→ Mar 2014 Dorothea Tanning

Dorothea Tanning

→ Mar 2014 richard merkin

richard merkin

→ Mar 2014 wu-christine:

more movie makin

wu-christine:

more movie makin

→ Mar 2014

(Source: thecatsmustbecrazy, via realpamplemousse)

→ Mar 2014

artemisdreaming:

1956, Picasso Paints in real-time, intro clip  (via:youtube | AlistarMacdonald) 

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Using a specially designed transparent ‘canvas’ to provide an unobstructed view, Picasso creates as the camera rolls. Begining with simple works that take shape after only a single brush stroke, Picasso progresses to more complex paintings adding and removing elements until at last the work is complete. 

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Artemis:  This is from the film Le mystère Picasso, 1956, Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot.  HERE

 

→ Feb 2014 Kuno

Kuno

→ Feb 2014 Kuno

Kuno

→ Feb 2014 inneroptics:

Pablo Gargallo, Kiki de Montpamasse

inneroptics:

Pablo Gargallo, Kiki de Montpamasse