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A young Bontoc man from the Philippines (c. 1908) withtattoos on the chest and arms (chaklag). These indicated that the man was a warrior who had taken heads during battle.
http://www.vanishingtattoo.com/tattoos_in_Philippines.htm

A young Bontoc man from the Philippines (c. 1908) withtattoos on the chest and arms (chaklag). These indicated that the man was a warrior who had taken heads during battle.

http://www.vanishingtattoo.com/tattoos_in_Philippines.htm

austronesian—>philippines

austronesian—>philippines

yeji-draws-yeti:


New picture book about the rabbit, the dragon king in the sea and the turtle. 

국어시간에 고전 읽기 토끼전 / 휴머니스트 출판사 / 2014

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allenylau:

My cover for Adventure Time #22! You can buy the issue here.

allenylau:

My cover for Adventure Time #22! You can buy the issue here.

(via imageinaction)

marazione:

Don’t Depend on the Gods: Chinese Political Poster by Sian Mechanical Works Art Group 1975

marazione:

Don’t Depend on the Gods: Chinese Political Poster by Sian Mechanical Works Art Group 1975

(via imageinaction)

tigermountain:

Here’s a new drawing, a desert librarian.

tigermountain:

Here’s a new drawing, a desert librarian.

(Source: senvald.com, via imageinaction)

lisklisk:

https://www.behance.net/liskfeng

some editorial works for a book called Stars, published in China.

(Source: liskfeng, via imageinaction)

kiuchitatsuro:

2013 Masters illustrations for Golf Digest April 2014 issue. Many thanks to the creative director Ken DeLago. Read more at Drawger.

(via imageinaction)

lisklisk:

https://www.behance.net/gallery/16654045/Chastity-Lust

www.liskfeng.com

Here are my two posters for a poster project about Lust & Chastity.

(Source: liskfeng, via imageinaction)

53daysinfrance:

August 14th 
An artist that has influenced me a lot while being in France goes by the name of Cy Twombly. I decided to write my final art history on him. I called it “Cy Twombly is not a Scribbler.” 
Critics have viewed Twombly’s work as childish and unprofessional. They have said that it is easy and that he isn’t a true artist.
At first glance of Achilles Mourning the Death of Patroclus in Pompidou, I can honestly say I was just as confused.  Then, I looked at the title, sat down, talked with Christoph, and looked deeper. Twombly is a true master at turning the non-objective into emotion and someone’s reality. With just a few lines, paint, and spacing of the composition, he portrayed the stages of mourning and death accurately and abstractly; something that is incredibly difficult to achieve. 
I was truly inspired and part of this day gave me the inspiration for my last editorial, ‘Wishes.” In France, I have learned that being free flowing and abstract is okay. I don’t always have to be so precise all the time. 
I snapped this picture of Char at the Pompidou after I had began to understand the piece in itself. This photo means a lot to me, so I made it apart of my poster. 
Cheers, to being abstract and not caring a single bit . 

53daysinfrance:

August 14th 

An artist that has influenced me a lot while being in France goes by the name of Cy Twombly. I decided to write my final art history on him. I called it “Cy Twombly is not a Scribbler.” 

Critics have viewed Twombly’s work as childish and unprofessional. They have said that it is easy and that he isn’t a true artist.

At first glance of Achilles Mourning the Death of Patroclus in Pompidou, I can honestly say I was just as confused.  Then, I looked at the title, sat down, talked with Christoph, and looked deeper. Twombly is a true master at turning the non-objective into emotion and someone’s reality. With just a few lines, paint, and spacing of the composition, he portrayed the stages of mourning and death accurately and abstractly; something that is incredibly difficult to achieve. 

I was truly inspired and part of this day gave me the inspiration for my last editorial, ‘Wishes.” In France, I have learned that being free flowing and abstract is okay. I don’t always have to be so precise all the time. 

I snapped this picture of Char at the Pompidou after I had began to understand the piece in itself. This photo means a lot to me, so I made it apart of my poster. 

Cheers, to being abstract and not caring a single bit . 

a-sardonic-spirit:

'Figure With Meat' by Francis Bacon

a-sardonic-spirit:

'Figure With Meat' by Francis Bacon

A young Bontoc man from the Philippines (c. 1908) withtattoos on the chest and arms (chaklag). These indicated that the man was a warrior who had taken heads during battle.
http://www.vanishingtattoo.com/tattoos_in_Philippines.htm

A young Bontoc man from the Philippines (c. 1908) withtattoos on the chest and arms (chaklag). These indicated that the man was a warrior who had taken heads during battle.

http://www.vanishingtattoo.com/tattoos_in_Philippines.htm

austronesian—>philippines

austronesian—>philippines

yeji-draws-yeti:


New picture book about the rabbit, the dragon king in the sea and the turtle. 

국어시간에 고전 읽기 토끼전 / 휴머니스트 출판사 / 2014

(via imageinaction)

allenylau:

My cover for Adventure Time #22! You can buy the issue here.

allenylau:

My cover for Adventure Time #22! You can buy the issue here.

(via imageinaction)

marazione:

Don’t Depend on the Gods: Chinese Political Poster by Sian Mechanical Works Art Group 1975

marazione:

Don’t Depend on the Gods: Chinese Political Poster by Sian Mechanical Works Art Group 1975

(via imageinaction)

tigermountain:

Here’s a new drawing, a desert librarian.

tigermountain:

Here’s a new drawing, a desert librarian.

(Source: senvald.com, via imageinaction)

lisklisk:

https://www.behance.net/liskfeng

some editorial works for a book called Stars, published in China.

(Source: liskfeng, via imageinaction)

nomo-mo:

2013.Feb

nomo-mo:

2013.Feb

(via imageinaction)

kiuchitatsuro:

2013 Masters illustrations for Golf Digest April 2014 issue. Many thanks to the creative director Ken DeLago. Read more at Drawger.

(via imageinaction)

lisklisk:

https://www.behance.net/gallery/16654045/Chastity-Lust

www.liskfeng.com

Here are my two posters for a poster project about Lust & Chastity.

(Source: liskfeng, via imageinaction)

53daysinfrance:

August 14th 
An artist that has influenced me a lot while being in France goes by the name of Cy Twombly. I decided to write my final art history on him. I called it “Cy Twombly is not a Scribbler.” 
Critics have viewed Twombly’s work as childish and unprofessional. They have said that it is easy and that he isn’t a true artist.
At first glance of Achilles Mourning the Death of Patroclus in Pompidou, I can honestly say I was just as confused.  Then, I looked at the title, sat down, talked with Christoph, and looked deeper. Twombly is a true master at turning the non-objective into emotion and someone’s reality. With just a few lines, paint, and spacing of the composition, he portrayed the stages of mourning and death accurately and abstractly; something that is incredibly difficult to achieve. 
I was truly inspired and part of this day gave me the inspiration for my last editorial, ‘Wishes.” In France, I have learned that being free flowing and abstract is okay. I don’t always have to be so precise all the time. 
I snapped this picture of Char at the Pompidou after I had began to understand the piece in itself. This photo means a lot to me, so I made it apart of my poster. 
Cheers, to being abstract and not caring a single bit . 

53daysinfrance:

August 14th 

An artist that has influenced me a lot while being in France goes by the name of Cy Twombly. I decided to write my final art history on him. I called it “Cy Twombly is not a Scribbler.” 

Critics have viewed Twombly’s work as childish and unprofessional. They have said that it is easy and that he isn’t a true artist.

At first glance of Achilles Mourning the Death of Patroclus in Pompidou, I can honestly say I was just as confused.  Then, I looked at the title, sat down, talked with Christoph, and looked deeper. Twombly is a true master at turning the non-objective into emotion and someone’s reality. With just a few lines, paint, and spacing of the composition, he portrayed the stages of mourning and death accurately and abstractly; something that is incredibly difficult to achieve. 

I was truly inspired and part of this day gave me the inspiration for my last editorial, ‘Wishes.” In France, I have learned that being free flowing and abstract is okay. I don’t always have to be so precise all the time. 

I snapped this picture of Char at the Pompidou after I had began to understand the piece in itself. This photo means a lot to me, so I made it apart of my poster. 

Cheers, to being abstract and not caring a single bit . 

a-sardonic-spirit:

'Figure With Meat' by Francis Bacon

a-sardonic-spirit:

'Figure With Meat' by Francis Bacon

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