notordinaryfashion:

Tex Saverio - Details

notordinaryfashion:

Tex Saverio - Details

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asylum-art:

Landscapes, 2014 by Anthony Samaniego

on Flickr

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asylum-art:

Christina Mrozik

Christina Mrozik is an artist from Michigan, USA. She often draws with ink and marker on paper, adding bursts of color with watercolor and high pigmented acrylics. She views the art making process as one of portraiture, in which analyzing the drawing helps make sense of peoples’ histories and abilities. Currently based in Grand Rapids Michigan, she has shown both regionally and nationally.

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Cait Oppermann - Tangier in pastels, Morocco, 2012.
I recently unearthed this photo from a stack of negatives that I haven’t touched since I scanned the film that would become Sea Blues. I really love this one, though.  Tangier is not a peaceful city on the ground, but from above it can be actually quite serene.

Cait Oppermann - Tangier in pastels, Morocco, 2012.

I recently unearthed this photo from a stack of negatives that I haven’t touched since I scanned the film that would become Sea Blues. I really love this one, though.  Tangier is not a peaceful city on the ground, but from above it can be actually quite serene.

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austinkleon:

Cory Arcangel’s, Working On My Novel

theparisreview:

“It’s the story of what it means to live in a cultural climate that stifles almost every creative impulse, and why it so often seems we should stop trying.”

Dan Piepenbring on Cory Arcangel’s new book, Working on My Novel, a compilation of tweets from people who are putatively at work on novels.

I heard about this idea on Twitter and thought it was stupid, but then I saw images of the book and sort of loved it. (Kind of amazing that Penguin actually published something so minimal and artsy fartsy?) Also this Saul Bellow quote in the post:

I wonder whether there will ever be enough tranquility under modern circumstances to allow our contemporary Wordsworth to recollect anything. I feel that art has something to do with the achievement of stillness in the midst of chaos. A stillness that characterizes prayer, too, and the eye of the storm. I think that art has something to do with an arrest of attention in the midst of distraction. —Saul Bellow, the Art of Fiction No. 37, 1966



asylum-art:

 Nishe Photography

Magdalena Lutek on Flickr

Nishe (aka Magdalena Lutek) is an up-and-coming Polish photographer who beautifully captures feminine, melancholic worlds only to the tune of film and instant film.

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