asylum-art:

Beatriz Martin VidalIlustration

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Today we’ll take a look at Beatriz Martin Vidal, an illustrator coming from Valladolid, Spain. Her artworks depict a world that’s just slightly magical, where the butterflies on a child’s dress can come to life and birds act as guides. She combines traditional and modern techniques – colored pencils, watercolors, inks and of course Photoshop.

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colettesaintyves:






Un Masque, Fernand Khnopff. Photographie rehaussée d’Arsène Alexandre, 1897.



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colettesaintyves:

Un Masque, Fernand Khnopff. Photographie rehaussée d’Arsène Alexandre, 1897.

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larobotique:

anotic: Untitled  |  Mario Pućić

note the tones

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nevver:

Paradise lost, Ed Freeman

(Source: faithistorment.com)

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A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Martin Johansson

(Source: martinjohansson.org, via nevver)

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by  Tom French

Great series of paintings by British artist Tom French

“French’s acrylic works often depict couples in seemingly amorous relationships that create the optical illusion of a skull, pieces that walk the line between beautiful and unsettling.”



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