the pictorial conflation of an event
El Espíritu está cerca, ¿por qué no me ayuda Cristo dando a mi alma nobleza y libertad? ¡Ay, el Evangelio ha fenecido! ¡El Evangelio! El Evangelio.
Yo espero a Dios con gula. Soy de raza inferior por toda la eternidad.

http://www.flickr.com/people/robotniko/
the pictorial conflation of an event
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by Anders Krisar
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by Irving Penn
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asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
asylum-art-2:

The art of Henrietta Harris
Illustrator Henrietta Harris creates beautiful pictures using watercolour and gouache. Her skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers seem to float away from each other, reminding us of those moments when your body is present but your mind drifts to far away places. Although her work uses traditional techniques, her beautiful portraits retain a modern subject matter and style. Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
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untrustyou:

Anett Holmvik
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reflexes:

jeff wall
double self portrait, 1979
at the AGO right now
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by Ringl and Pit
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by Jean Giraud
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by Cohn & Duprat
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by Ringo Starr
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by Marion Fayolle