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Shen Chao-Liang, from “Stage” series, photography

Shen Chao-Liang, from “Stage” series, photography

(Source: shenchaoliang.com)

Lee Miller in Hitler’s bath, Munich, April 30th, 1945, taken by David Scherman

Lee Miller in Hitler’s bath, Munich, April 30th, 1945, taken by David Scherman

olafbreuningphoto:

2013, PATTERN PEOPLE, 120 x 150 cm, Edition 6

Dollar, blood on paper, Pornprasert Yamazaki

Dollar, blood on paper, Pornprasert Yamazaki

Bong Chae Son, Migrant, layered-plexiglas, LED lights

Bong Chae Son, Migrant, layered-plexiglas, LED lights

Salmance e ermafrodito I, oil on canvas, 70cm

Salmance e ermafrodito I, oil on canvas, 70cm


Greer Muldowney, archival print from his series “6,426 per sq. km”, 2010-2011 (Hong-Kong)

Greer Muldowney, archival print from his series “6,426 per sq. km”, 2010-2011 (Hong-Kong)


Heart Of The Storm, JD Hancock

Heart Of The Storm, JD Hancock

Veiled 1907, oil paint, 161”x227”

Veiled 1907, oil paint, 161”x227”

wrinkledorgan:

SangSik Hong’s sculptures are made entirely of straws. His work points out the overarching theme of human longing and desire. In his opinion, every person strives for power, but few can actually hold it. This power and influence is difficult to reach, while in stark contrast to the easily accessible, abundant plastic straws. 

Shen Chao-Liang, from “Stage” series, photography

Shen Chao-Liang, from “Stage” series, photography

(Source: shenchaoliang.com)

Lee Miller in Hitler’s bath, Munich, April 30th, 1945, taken by David Scherman

Lee Miller in Hitler’s bath, Munich, April 30th, 1945, taken by David Scherman

olafbreuningphoto:

2013, PATTERN PEOPLE, 120 x 150 cm, Edition 6

les-sources-du-nil:

Ryuji Taira
Toyfireworks

les-sources-du-nil:

Ryuji Taira

Toyfireworks

(Source: wadagarou.com)

Dollar, blood on paper, Pornprasert Yamazaki

Dollar, blood on paper, Pornprasert Yamazaki

Bong Chae Son, Migrant, layered-plexiglas, LED lights

Bong Chae Son, Migrant, layered-plexiglas, LED lights

Salmance e ermafrodito I, oil on canvas, 70cm

Salmance e ermafrodito I, oil on canvas, 70cm


Greer Muldowney, archival print from his series “6,426 per sq. km”, 2010-2011 (Hong-Kong)

Greer Muldowney, archival print from his series “6,426 per sq. km”, 2010-2011 (Hong-Kong)


Heart Of The Storm, JD Hancock

Heart Of The Storm, JD Hancock

Veiled 1907, oil paint, 161”x227”

Veiled 1907, oil paint, 161”x227”

wrinkledorgan:

SangSik Hong’s sculptures are made entirely of straws. His work points out the overarching theme of human longing and desire. In his opinion, every person strives for power, but few can actually hold it. This power and influence is difficult to reach, while in stark contrast to the easily accessible, abundant plastic straws. 

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