Shared posts

11 Feb 03:45

The Disturbing Paintings of Mow Skwoz

by Andy Smith
There’s both an absorbing and a grotesque quality to the paintings of Mow Skwoz. Whether in acrylics or watercolors, Skwoz blends realistic skin tones with geometric abstractions and frames. Her cerebral series of “Inner Peace” works, in particular, appear as writhing and distorted characters.
03 Feb 19:06

Everybody’s got a thing, @Threadstories (because)

30 Jan 17:42

Upgrade Your Lightning Cables to Anker PowerLine+ From $10, Including a Tangle-Free Pouch

by Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Gizmodo

These Anker PowerLine+ Lightning cables (3' | 6') are wrapped in nylon, are rated for 6,000 bends, and come with an 18 month warranty, all of which are improvements over Apple’s own Lightning cable, and that’s not even accounting for how much nicer they feel to use, or the included pouch that keeps them organized.

Read more...

24 Jan 03:42

“I prefer the time of insects to the time of stars”

21 Jan 03:54

Photo





















21 Jan 03:54

Conjoined vs. Grotesque


Magnus Gjoen


d shane pierce


Agustin Alessio


Wes Benscooter


Brian Smith

Conjoined vs. Grotesque

13 Jan 01:40

Artist Spotlight: Karla Marchesi

by Staff

Karla Marchesi

Karla Marchesi

 

 

Karla Marchesi

 

 

Karla Marchesi

 

 

Karla Marchesi

 

 

Karla Marchesi

 

 

Karla Marchesi

 

 

Karla Marchesi’s Website

Karla Marchesi on Instagram

11 Jan 07:19

Oleg Vdovenko, Illustrations.Science Fiction horrors from the...















Oleg Vdovenko, Illustrations.

Science Fiction horrors from the depths of Russian artist Oleg Vdovenko’s imagination.


Be sure to follow Supersonic Art on Instagram.

24 Dec 04:03

Chobits x AT crossover by former production intern Tia...



Chobits x AT crossover by former production intern Tia Blais-Billie

24 Dec 03:03

Photo



23 Dec 04:24

The Alarming Ceramic Sculptures of Hitomi Murakami

by Andy Smith
The ceramic sculptures of Hitomi Murakami tether humanity to nature in a way that appears both elegant and chilling. Her figures grow from vegetation and are consumed by it, exposed and writhing. Works such as “Land of Root,” in contrast, seem more connected to wonder.
15 Dec 17:20

Photo



10 Dec 01:43

Photo

donotreply

Ę̸͇̳ͦ͛̍ͮV̎ͪ͊̐͜ͅE̢̼̲̲̠̹͖̼̥̍ͩ͆̌͗̽̀R̞͉̳̝̖̭͔͙̭̊̆̂̐͐͑̒̓̚͝Y̶̲̳̥̦̍̄̃͛̎ͮ̐Ó̿͌͆͏̬͎͈̺́N̖̜̲ͪͩ̑̑̀E̥͇̪͇͙̜͗ͩ̐̋̈́



06 Dec 03:21

sixpenceee:X-Ray of a Hammerhead shark.



sixpenceee:

X-Ray of a Hammerhead shark.

15 Nov 00:01

P Is for Pterodactyl

09 Nov 21:52

Everyone, Grace Miceli (@artbabygirl)

18 Oct 03:07

Soviet Logos

24 Sep 05:10

Nuanced Portraits of Women Merged With Abstract Environments by Sofia Bonati

by Laura Staugaitis

Self-taught artist Sofia Bonati captures nuanced expressions and personalities of a variety of female characters while also integrating them into abstracted environments and patterns. Her illustrations most often feature solo subjects melded with thunderclouds, dizzying mazes, and floral patterns. Bonita renders the women’s features in graphite and she uses gesso, paint, and markers to add colorful accents and build their surroundings. The strong, distinctive expressions on each woman’s face suggests that the characters are in control of their environments, rather than being subsumed by them.

In a recent collaboration with Society6, several of the Argentinian artist’s works have been animated by glitch artist Chris McDaniel. You can see more of Bonita’s work on Facebook and Instagram, and find a variety of products featuring her designs on Society6. (via Visual Fodder)

24 Sep 05:10

Landscape suicide, Tor Brandt

19 Sep 15:49

“Viewpoints” by Artist Cinta Vidal

by Staff

Cinta Vidal

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal

 

 

Cinta Vidal’s Website

Cinta Vidal on Instagram

Cinta Vidal at ThinkSpace

16 Sep 17:23

Photo















15 Sep 15:12

Ken Taylor

14 Sep 13:54

theartofanimation: Jon Juarez  -...

08 Sep 07:14

#1422; In which the Staff is short

by David Malki

It is definitely a literal bone thing. That doesn't rule out it ALSO being a sex thing, but it is definitely, foremost, a bone thing.

23 Aug 04:27

Cassandra Jean, Illustrations.Incredibly imaginative dreams...



















Cassandra Jean, Illustrations.

Incredibly imaginative dreams transcribed to illustrations by the very talented artist Cassandra Jean.


Don’t miss Supersonic Art on Instagram!

16 Aug 23:52

Look Inside the World’s Most Beautiful Libraries in a New 560-Page Photo Book by Massimo Listri

by Laura Staugaitis

Real Gabinete Português de Leitura, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. All photographs © Massimo Listri / TASCHEN

Italian photographer Massimo Listri has spent decades traversing the globe to document the spectacular architecture, sculptural elements, and furnishings of historic libraries. His new book, The World’s Most Beautiful Libraries, includes views inside such rarefied locations as the Palafoxiana Library in Pueblo, Mexico and the Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève in Paris, France. Listri also includes descriptions and histories of each library. The 560-page tome is published by TASCHEN and available on Amazon and the TASCHEN website.

Klosterbibliothek Metten, Metten, Germany

Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, Paris, France

Biblioteca do Convento de Mafra, Mafra, Portugal

Stiftsbibliothek Admont, Admont, Austria

Biblioteca Joanina, Coimbria, Portugal

Stiftsbibliothek Sankt Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland

Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Rome, Italy

Strahovská Knihovna, Prague, Czech Republic

11 Aug 04:26

flee with glee

by Marc Johns
flee-with-glee-700.jpg

Happy Friday! Hope you get a chance to 'flee' in your own way this weekend.

The original drawing is available. Ink & watercolour on paper, 8 x 10 inches.

09 Aug 03:24

Beinart Hosts Explorative Group Show ‘Botanical Bestiary’

by Andy Smith

Lauren Marx

In a new group show at Beinart Gallery in Australia, nature's flora and fauna are explored. Courtney Brims, Lauren Marx, Crystal Morey and Thomas Jackson, each with his or her own distinctive approach and themes, contribute to “Botanical Bestiary,” which runs from Aug. 11 through Sept. 2 at the space. Much of the work is inspired by the terrain of Australia itself, from the native artists.
09 Aug 03:24

Dániel Taylor, Illustrations.Otherworldly dreamscapes that are...



















Dániel Taylor, Illustrations.

Otherworldly dreamscapes that are loving and unique amalgamations of Moebius and Kilian Eng’s artwork by Hungarian artist Dániel Taylor.


Don’t miss Supersonic Art on Instagram!

09 Aug 03:23

Nick Sheehy’s “Swarm” at Talon Gallery.Currently on view at...













Nick Sheehy’s “Swarm” at Talon Gallery.

Currently on view at Talon Gallery in Portland, Oregon is artist Nick Sheehy’s solo exhibition of excellent new paintings entitled, “Swarm.”

For “Swarm,” the Gallery explains, “he continues to explore his development into the world of color with mixed media paintings. This has been a gradual process and these paintings represent another step on a journey away from the monochrome works, a palette which he says remind him of death, morning and loss, toward a fuller albeit still unnerving atmosphere. Exploring themes around conflict and constraint, aggression and repression, greed and destruction, Sheehy is not only commenting on his own experience, in what he describes as semi-autobiographical works, but also on our innate nature.”

Swarm” will be on view until September 2nd, 2018.


Don’t miss Supersonic Art on Instagram!