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28 Aug 12:45

A Japanese paradise flycatcher feeding its baby. This migratory...



A Japanese paradise flycatcher feeding its baby. This migratory species is suspected to be in moderately rapid decline as a result of habitat degradation and loss on its wintering grounds.

27 Aug 08:40

Entendedor Anônimo # 26

28 Aug 13:22

Bedheaded

by nedroid

Bedheaded

28 Aug 11:00

A Escola Não é uma Prisão

by Clara Gomes

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28 Aug 08:14

São Longuinho

28 Aug 22:04

Caminhos

by André Farias

Vida de Suporte


Caminhos é um post do blog Vida de Suporte.
28 Aug 20:30

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25 Aug 01:16

via @thatshaikh

25 Aug 20:15

Tatuagem

by André Farias

Vida de Suporte


Tatuagem é um post do blog Vida de Suporte.
26 Aug 05:55

Newlywed Game

by stephen
 
26 Aug 07:01

Road Grip

by Ronnie
26 Aug 14:30

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26 Aug 19:25

Morning

by Reza

morning

25 Aug 16:19

Michael Kagan’s Space-Based Paintings Explore the Fatalistic Power of Manmade Machinery

by Kate Sierzputowski
Contact Light, 2014, Oil and linen, 60 x 45 inches

Contact Light, 2014, Oil and linen, 60 x 45 inches

Heavily tinted blue paintings form space stations, spacesuits, and rockets just after blast. Michael Kagan paints these large-scale works to celebrate the man-made object—machinery that both protects and holds the possibility of instantly killing those that operate the equipment from the inside. To paint the large works, Kagan utilizes an impasto technique with thick strokes that are deliberate and unique, showing an aggression in his application of oil paint on linen.

The New York-based artist focuses on iconic images in his practice, switching back and forth between abstract and representational styles. “The painting is finished when it can fall apart and come back together depending on how it is read and the closeness to the work,” said Kagan about his work. “Each painting is an image, a snapshot, a flash moment, a quick read that is locked into memory by the iconic silhouettes.”

Kagan exhibited this series of space-based paintings last year at Joshua Liner Gallery in an exhibition titled Thunder in the Distance. He was also recently commissioned by The Smithsonian to create three large paintings inspired by their air and space archives. You can see more of his work on his Instagram here. (via Fubiz)

One Day This Will All Be Yours, 2014, Oil and linen, 60 x 80 inches

One Day This Will All Be Yours, 2014, Oil and linen, 60 x 80 inches

Reflector, 2014, Oil and linen, 36 x 36 inches

Reflector, 2014, Oil and linen, 36 x 36 inches

We Live On In The Thoughts Of Others, 2014, Oil and linen, 36 x 36 inches

We Live On In The Thoughts Of Others, 2014, Oil and linen, 36 x 36 inches

Apollo, 2010, Oil and linen, 60 x 34 inches

Apollo, 2010, Oil and linen, 60 x 34 inches

Supersonic, 2014, Oil and linen, 72 x 54 inches

Supersonic, 2014, Oil and linen, 72 x 54 inches

Mankind, 2014, Oil and linen, 96 x 54 inches

Mankind, 2014, Oil and linen, 96 x 54 inches

With All The F*cking Force, 2011, Oil and linen, 60 x 80 inches

With All The Fucking Force, 2011, Oil and linen, 60 x 80 inches

21 Aug 14:50

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Stoicism

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: With apologies to Massimo and to /r/stoicism.


New comic!
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19 Aug 20:30

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19 Aug 19:33

what bears do in the woods

by kris

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build a town this close to the forest, take your chances

17 Aug 18:15

Alone Out Here

by Reza

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19 Aug 06:17

A Partnership Agreement

by Devin Bosco Le

"I swear I have friends. They are just not in this class." You know!? It's almost as bad as being picked last for anything. On a side note, I am still alive. I was really busy with school and another side project the last few months. Thank you everyone for your continuing support! But if you were hoping I was gone, that's cool too. Not like I have friends or anything...it's totally fine -internally crying-

19 Aug 04:00

Board Game

Yes, it took a lot of work to make the cards and pieces, but it's worth it--the players are way more thorough than the tax prep people ever were.
17 Aug 07:14

Anésia # 237

14 Aug 17:32

WALL/THERAPY 2015 Invites 14 Artists to Explore the Surreal in Rochester, NY

by Kate Sierzputowski
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880 East Main Street, photo by Jason Wilder

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14 Capron Street, photo by Jason Wilder

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40 Greenleaf Street, photo by Jason Wilder

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488 Joseph Avenue, photo by Jason Wilder

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43 Public Market, photo by @markdeffphoto

WT!% Handiedan finished

820 South Clinton Avenue, photo by @markdeffphoto

In its fifth year, WALL/THERAPY continues to transform Rochester, New York through art and neighborhood intervention, using elaborate public murals to inspire and bond communities. Not only are the images provided for the community a way to inspire the areas that they are placed into, but the walls on which the artists create their work are also resurfaced and rehabilitated, bringing a literal therapy to the murals’ structures.

This year the 14 murals were focused on the themes of surrealism and the fantastic, with work ranging from a gigantic superhero casually sitting on the side of a building, to a gigantic whale swimming within a whale-shaped bubble. Each also varied in size and location, with murals wrapping around corners of brick walls and scaling vertically to the top of buildings.

To see more murals from this year’s WALLTHERAPY and learn about other programs associated with the project follow the link here.

14 Aug 20:30

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16 Aug 03:31

bro

by Lunarbaboon

16 Aug 15:05

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - The Ethical Fourier Transform

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: There's a lot of networking to be done on the Dark Side.


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13 Aug 18:00

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14 Aug 06:22

Desenho Livre # 69 (Ui!)

Ainda estou de mudança e minha casa continua uma zona. Então, por hora vou publicar esse info bacanudo, que fiz em conjunto com o pessoal do Kibe Loco (a arte é minha, o roteiro é deles). Segunda e terça as coisas estarão mais corridas ainda. Mas espero que tudo volte ao normal o quanto antes. Bom fim de semana, gentem! 

11 Aug 11:58

Calouros

by André Farias

Vida de Suporte


Calouros é um post do blog Vida de Suporte.
11 Aug 14:04

1567 – Mensagens de Deus

by Carlos Ruas

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08 Aug 14:30

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