1. cross-connect:

    All the Wild Horses photo series by Durban-based photographer Andrew McGibbon

    'All The Wild Horses' is a tribute to the beast that has made much of what we call life possible. The images are unique and have a style to them reminiscent of the portraiture of the rich and famous. The artist has attempted, and succeeded, to show a sense of personality and emotion - sadness in some cases and pride in others.

    Painstakingly lit, this body of work is about the horse itself to which we all feel a connection, whether it’s obvious or deep down in our collective subconscious. There is a sense of awe that this beast inspires in each and everyone of us.”

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    Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki

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  3. calodaemon:

    "The Sandman" by Salvador Dali.

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  4. 11mishanda11:


    matisse blue

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  5. cross-connect:

    Surreal paintings by Spanish artist Paco Pomet

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  6. sophievm:


    Accident Series by Zeren Badar

    In this photography project, I explore a peculiar combination of photography, painting & collage. I create three dimensional collages with found objects, food and cheaply printed old paintings. I turn pre-existing works of art into Duchampian ready mades and take photographs of them. I use strong shadows,layering, crumpling and folding effects to give a three dimensional sense in the final work.”


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  7. sosuperawesome:

    Small and miniature oil paintings by Jessica Gardner

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  8. magictransistor:

    Aboriginal Paintings. Timmy Payungka Tjapangati Possum Dreaming for Children, Walter Tjampitjinpa Wild Potato Story, Anatjari Tjakamarra Big Pintupi Dreaming Ceremony, Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri Travelling Honey Ant Dreaming, Uta Uta Tjangala Women’s Dreaming, John Tjakamarra No Title, Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi No Title, Nosepeg Tjupurrula Three Ceremonial Poles (top to bottom). 1970s.

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  9. lonequixote:

    Block of Rocks at Port-Goulphar  Claude Monet

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  10. The Last Billboard

    A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand. 

    you can follow it’s tumblr here. 

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