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crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

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crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

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crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

This post is still making its rounds…
crookedindifference:

crookedindifference:

I spent the afternoon at the Hunterian Museum in London.

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boyirl:

Meghan HowlandEcstatica II60 x 48oil on two panels
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elenamorelli:

{ here comes the night time }-karersee, latemar and the moon-
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asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
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Gentle Snow by (BasH Xero)
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moviesinframes:

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, 2001 (dir. Peter Jackson)
By SolidAir
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