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asylum-art:

3D Printed Cubes created by The Sugar Lab 3D Systems

(lysmagicsalvationから)

unexplained-events:

Mysterious Giant Hole Appears In Siberia

Seen at Yamal Peninsula which translates to “End of world.”

The images above are from a video taken by a helicopter that shows this mysterious giant hole. The video shows debris with signs of combustion around it. It spans to about 262 feet in diameter. Though an explosion below the ground is currently thought to be the most probable explanation, the date and cause remain unknown. Scientist have ruled out a meteor as being the cause.

Obviously some theories involving strange creatures and UFOs, as expected, have come up as well. This ins’t the first time strange craters have appeared in Siberia.

Patom crater

The Patomskiy crater, Irkutsk region, was also a very similar case which points it to being a geographical situation.

(thehiddenscienceから)

rumikokoyanagi:

Katsuji Fukuda “Onna no utsushikata: Zoku” - “How to Photograph Women #2” 1939 

"This is an extraordinary volume of female portraits full of the spirit of ‘Neue Sachlichkeit’…: Modern angles combined with a certain soft focus that is particularly well suited to the subject. Every plate is accompanied by a page of text discussing the technical and aesthetic aspects of the photograph."—Maggs (on volume one)."

"Fukuda Katsuku was born January 11, 1899. Except for a few years after the Great Kanto Earthquake when he was trying to establish his career in places such as Nakanoseki, Sakai, Hiroshima and Osaka, Fukuda spent his long life working in Tokyo. After returning to Tokyo for good in 1933, Fukuda had a successful career in advertising photography, specializing in still lifes and nudes with modernist influences, as well as authoring practical books on photography. A series of photographs in Asahi Camera in 1936 featuring portraits of Setsuko Hara and Takako Irie were very popular and led to his first photobooks of women. After the war Fukuda was one of the first prominent photographers to experiment with color and continued to publish collections of nude studies and books on technique. However his emphasis on the aesthetics of beauty made his work seem old-fashioned during the postwar wave of realism led by Ken Domon and the trends that followed. In 1974 he was not among the 100 living photographers profiled by Camera Mainichi. However, in 1979 his contribution to the famed Sonorama Shashin Sensho, "Psalm" led to reassessments of his contributions. In the afterword of Psalm, Akira Hasegawa pointed out that "…there are no photographers of women in Japan even today who have not been influenced by Fukuda in one way or another. Many techniques commonly used today were developed by Fukuda, a fact which has been forgotten." Fukuda continued working in his old age, long enough to see the increasing estimations of his work that has continued to this day. Now he is often anthologized in collections of Modernist and mid-century works. A major exhibition of his work was held in the Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art in 1994. Works by Fukuda are also in the permanent collections of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and the Yokohama Museum of Art."

(元記事: mikitimibooks.com (tsmskimonodromeから))

jbinjapan:

The Cramps

jbinjapan:

The Cramps

(元記事: poison303 (greatgrottuから))

asylum-art:

Roland et Sabrina Michaud Photography

Pashtun women wearing traditional clothes and jewelry, Afghanistan, from 1964 to 1977.

(lysmagicsalvationから)

asylum-art:

Maude White Paperwork

on Pinterest

Maude is the owner of the paper art and handmade felt jewelry company Brave Bird Paperwork & Jewelry.  She feels that her paper work is strongly influenced by such great illustrators as Maxfield Parrish, Arthur Rackham and Gustave Dore. Her paper illustrations have been featured in the New York City based fine arts magazine Carrier Pigeon. She has work from the current issue of Carrier Pigeon on display in Downtown Manhattan.

(lysmagicsalvationから)

asylum-art:

 Alain Bellino Art

Alain Bellino was born in Nice in 1955. In the 80′s, he discovered the world of metal and ornamentation. The ornament that is torn from its original support then becomes the very structure of his sculptures. Bronze ornamentations assembled by extremely precise welding are the base material. Weighted with the nobility of the material joined to their own history, they support a fragmented memory and they bring to the sculptor a precious help as well as a constraint. Alain Bellino gets special inspiration from the Renaissance period. Vanitas are one of his favorite themes, typical of classical sceneries. In his work of re-directing and re-assembling, which is both iconoclast and highly rigorous from a formal point of view, at the crossroads between past and future, Alain Bellino sublimates and rehabilitates the ornamentation.

(lysmagicsalvationから)

vanderbeer:

(via kustomrama)

vanderbeer:

(via kustomrama)

(sinyasikiから)

ハウス (Hausu) - 1977

(元記事: ginsbergisrosemarysbaby (fuckyeahasianhorrorから))

asianartmuseum:

Love, love, love when our world collides with sci-fi. Here is Giger’s iconic Alien (RIP, Giger) depicted in traditional brush painting style, supposedly by Qi Baishi. Baishi was an acclaimed artist credited with transforming the brush art of China’s educated elite into a more universal art form embraced by all social backgrounds. In fact, we recently just wrapped up The Carved Brush, an exhibition of Baishi’s artworks!Anyway, here’s some backstory on this fantastic painting.

asianartmuseum:

Love, love, love when our world collides with sci-fi. Here is Giger’s iconic Alien (RIP, Giger) depicted in traditional brush painting style, supposedly by Qi Baishi. Baishi was an acclaimed artist credited with transforming the brush art of China’s educated elite into a more universal art form embraced by all social backgrounds. In fact, we recently just wrapped up The Carved Brush, an exhibition of Baishi’s artworks!

Anyway, here’s some backstory on this fantastic painting.

(sarurunkamuiから)