Emperor Tomato Ketchup, Shūji Terayama, 1971

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mountainhousestudios:

Kent Ambler

mountainhousestudios:

Kent Ambler

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Angela Rizza Illustration

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Angela Rizza is a freelance artist and illustrator based in New York. She graduated with her BFA in 2011 from the Fashion Institute of Technology and loves illustrating narrative works and characters. Since graduating she has been featured in Level magazine, Imagine FX, Creative Quarterly, Illustration Age, and has done shows for Light Grey Art Lab, and has worked with Bioware. Let’s take a look at some of her artworks.

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Sandra Yagi, Diomedes Devoured by his Horses (After Moreau), 2009

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Matthew Jensen

From Tree Love

45 C-Prints, 21’’ x 14’’ each, installed in a line

Tree Love explores the love-inspired carvings and historic arborglyphs found along the Brandywine River in Delaware. Commonly considered a whimsical act of love, carving into beech trees in the Brandywine Valley has assumed a level of cultural significance that is hard to imagine. The carvings date back as far as 1903 and until now have gone completely unnoticed. Love, lust, remorse, anger and play fuse with the landscape and become a diary of generations.

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millennialau:

Rev Sekou kneeled between protesters and police and prayed, then was thrown into a police vehicle with blood smears all inside of it.

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George Pickingale, master of magic
Canewdon was not only one of the last places in which the traditional belief in witches survived, but also the home of the last Masters of Witches (Canewdon legend maintains that their witches have a Master). This old man, George Pickingale, died in 1909 aged ninety three. Pickingale was both a black and white magician, and while he was much feared by the villagers who dared not disobey him for fear of what he might do in reprisal, he would also charm their warts and was sometimes called in to settle their disputes. He used his reputation to exploit the villagers, who were convinced that he had the power to summon the local witches by means of a wooden whistle and that he could bewitch the threshing machinery if he felt so inclined. On the other hand, if he did choose to work he could summon up a whole bevy of imps who could do it all for him while he sat in the shade smoking his pipe.” (Claire Smythe, John Canning Souvenir press London 1974, p64-65)” (Bill Liddell, 1999)

blindwormsting:

George Pickingale, master of magic

Canewdon was not only one of the last places in which the traditional belief in witches survived, but also the home of the last Masters of Witches (Canewdon legend maintains that their witches have a Master). This old man, George Pickingale, died in 1909 aged ninety three. Pickingale was both a black and white magician, and while he was much feared by the villagers who dared not disobey him for fear of what he might do in reprisal, he would also charm their warts and was sometimes called in to settle their disputes. He used his reputation to exploit the villagers, who were convinced that he had the power to summon the local witches by means of a wooden whistle and that he could bewitch the threshing machinery if he felt so inclined. On the other hand, if he did choose to work he could summon up a whole bevy of imps who could do it all for him while he sat in the shade smoking his pipe.” (Claire Smythe, John Canning Souvenir press London 1974, p64-65)” (Bill Liddell, 1999)

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