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Amazing Dining Chair By Doubletimej1234

Amazing Dining Chair By Doubletimej1234

Unfinished Projects » I’m Ripping this Off

Unfinished Projects » I’m Ripping this Off

Mark Rothko, No. 10,1950. Oil on canvas, 229.2 x 146.4 cm (90 1/4 x 57 5/8), The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gift of Philip Johnson, 1952, © 1998, The Museum of Modern Art, New York    By 1950 Rothko had reduced the number of floating rectangles to two, three, or four and aligned them vertically against a colored ground, arriving at his signature style.

Mark Rothko, No. 10,1950. Oil on canvas, 229.2 x 146.4 cm (90 1/4 x 57 5/8), The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gift of Philip Johnson, 1952, © 1998, The Museum of Modern Art, New York By 1950 Rothko had reduced the number of floating rectangles to two, three, or four and aligned them vertically against a colored ground, arriving at his signature style.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/269741490/abstract-painting-abstract-oil-painting

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/269741490/abstract-painting-abstract-oil-painting

such pretty paintings by artist mark demsteader

such pretty paintings by artist mark demsteader

Les sculptures hallucinantes de Matteo Pugliese notamment avec la série « Extra Moenia ». Magnifique.

Les sculptures hallucinantes de Matteo Pugliese notamment avec la série « Extra Moenia ». Magnifique.

Hiding Figure: Surreal Sculptures by Daniel Arsham

Hiding Figure: Surreal Sculptures by Daniel Arsham

♥ Sasha Vinci    what is the priest was made out of plants... and you could take bits of flowers/roots directly off him? What if he was this mass that was rooted in his beliefs quite physically?

♥ Sasha Vinci what is the priest was made out of plants... and you could take bits of flowers/roots directly off him? What if he was this mass that was rooted in his beliefs quite physically?

namtaf: Masafa - Abdul Basit Khan

namtaf: Masafa - Abdul Basit Khan

Richard Shilling makes his "land art" using only natural materials gathered near where the sculpture is made. Some of his work lasts only a few minutes before a change sweeps them away. Gallery of his work on the Telegraph site

Richard Shilling makes his "land art" using only natural materials gathered near where the sculpture is made. Some of his work lasts only a few minutes before a change sweeps them away. Gallery of his work on the Telegraph site