Moving out of the apartment
This is, without a doubt, the saddest photo I have ever seen in my ENTIRE LIFE.
Recent paintings by Keng Lye (Previously on Supersonic) which he creates by painting layer after layer of resin to create a three dimensional finished product. Be sure and check out more of his incredible work below!
Stephanie Buer will have brand new work on display alongside artist Mary Iverson in the two person show, “After,” at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, California starting this Saturday, August 16th. Stephanie’s photorealistic, gritty street scenes are contemporary time capsules. Take a look at a few more below:
Lucifer (Morning star), 2008
Anodized aluminum, silicon rubber cord,
wax work figure, feathers, concrete
this is the single most painfully beautiful thing I’ve ever seen in my entire life.
Since its creation the Mona Lisa has an object of fascination to artists and audiences alike. Artists even began replicating the iconic painting within Leonardo da Vinci’s lifetime. Da Vinci himself considered it an attempt to paint perfection. Replicas and reinterpretations exist in the thousands and continue to this day as the Mona Lisa is not protected by any copyright laws.
1. Leonardo da Vinci c. 1503-1505
2. Known as the Mona Lisa del Prado c. 16th century
3. Known as the Oslo Copy c. 16th or 17th century
4. Known as the Walters Copy c. 16th Century
5. Known as the Hermitage Copy c. 16th century
6. Jean Ducayer c. 17th century
7. Corot c. 19th century
8. Sapeck c. 1883
9. Salvador Dali c. 1954
10. Graphic Nothing c. 21st century
Mark 43 - La piñata de hierro