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just-art:

Anton Marrast 

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thegreenwolf:

taktophoto:

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

That’s…kind of incredible.

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mondodinerd:

L’opera d’arte del giorno: Veil, di Yumi Kamashita.

odditiesoflife:

Spectacular Shadow Portrait from a Sheet

Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita is known for her stunning installations that incorporate the clever use of shadows. Her newest piece is called ‘Veil’, and it is a work of wonder. Veil is a temporary installation at the Villa Como in Italy in the 23th edition of Miniartextil. It is created out of a single piece of cloth, but through simple lighting mastery, it produces a shadowy outline of a woman. The result of simple elements produce this unbelievable outcome.

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For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

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kendra-p:

Sharks coping with contemporary inconveniences

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Grimm's Fairy Tales' illustrated by Elenore Abbott. Published 1920 by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

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"If just one child has been inspired to pick up a can of paint and make some art, well that would be statistically disappointing considering how much work I put in. Outside is where art should live, among us, and rather than street art being a fad, maybe it’s the last 1,000 years of art history are a blip, when art came inside in service of the church and institutions.

But art’s rightful place is on the cave-walls of our communities, where it can act as a ‘public service’: provoke debate, voice concerns, forge identities.

The world we live in today is run by, visually at least, traffic signs, billboards, and planning committees. Is that it? Don’t we want to live in a world made of art, not just decorated by it?"

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Banksy in the audio commentary for his final NYC piece.

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