#318

18/11/2011

Dated 1896, more then 100 years ago Loïe Fuller‘s did her famous skirt dance in front of Lumiere Brothers camera. Hand-coloured frame by frame, this is for me the oldest moving sculpture. So, so, beautiful. It is called “Danse Serpentine”. Enjoy!

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#309

07/11/2011

Everybody going in the same direction.. like a bunch of sheep. Blue Monday feelings.
Photography by Alexey Titarenko

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#307

03/11/2011

What kind of animal are you?
By the Brazilian painter Ana Elisa Egreja.

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#298

21/10/2011

We create our own reality. If you’re not happy with that… create a new one!

julesdebalincourt.com

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#293

14/10/2011

I FORGET MORE THAN YOU WILL EVER KNOW. Inspiring collages and pics by Dash Snow.

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#288

07/10/2011

I am full of my own self-importance, getting far more attention than I deserve, and far less than I want.
Bless us all ordinary people!

Paintings by Stephen Cefalo

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#283

30/09/2011

“FEAR IS THE MOTHER OF MORALITY”

Prints by digital artist Andy Gilmore that can also be seen in a previous post here.
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#278

23/09/2011

“And then I asked him about life and death. He said with conviction: we are all made from stars”

Moving images by Ignacio Torres
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#273

16/09/2011

“Send me a smoke signal
near or far
no matter where you are.”
Photographs by 18 year old Louis Lander Deacon. Check out a previous post about him, here.
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#263

02/09/2011

I need to do my manicure today!
The series of paintings juxtaposes ordinary routine tasks with exceptional and often disturbing events. Artist:  Shin-Young An.
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