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God of the Forest (2014)
oil on linen, 39x28 in.
by Aron Wiesenfeld

God of the Forest (2014)

oil on linen, 39x28 in.

by Aron Wiesenfeld

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Sculptures by Emil Alzamora

Peruvian sculptor Emil Alzamora enjoys exaggerating and distorting the human form in the name of his beautiful and unique creations.  His eye catching works serve as manifestations of the pleasure and pain of the human experience, and often display unusually exaggerated limbs and contorted flesh, in order to communicate psychic trauma.

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Joaquin Jara

Barcelona, 1977

Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.

The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.

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lmao i dislike children with a fiery passion, but if one wants to talk to me or w/e im nice to it. its a child. it is completely dependent on its parent, and doesn’t know better.  It’s not it’s fault that it’s shitty. and kids usually grow out of their shit behavior. i did.

so be nice to children okay. even if ya dont like em.

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fCan piling logs be an art form? Yes, apparently. There are people out there who arrange huge piles of logs into beautiful pictures that will gradually disappear as they are burned throughout the cold winter months.

It can all seem a bit absurd until you realize that, depending on the type of wood and how they’re cut, logs actually present quite the variety of colors and textures for someone with the patience and the eye to take advantage of them. There are even art galleries that have showcased art like this. If you’ve been inspired to create your own log pile art, share it with us below!

  1. Created by Gary Tallman
  2. Created by: Alastair Heseltine
  3. Image credits: Lyn / Neale
  4. Created by Gary Tallman
  5. Created by Gary Tallman
  6. Created by: Olle Hagman
  7. credits:David Henry
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  9. Created by: Gyula Varnai
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 Bianca Luini :Where I See Fashion

There are those who search at length for inspiration, be it for a writing piece, sculpture, or fashion, but then there are artists who look no further than what is right in front of them, finding beauty in everyday objects, colours, and shapes. This week we are highlighting the wonderful blog WISP –– Where I See Fashion by Bianca Luini for her wonderful imagery and abstract view of clothing. The blog curator showcases clothing alongside art pieces with corresponding elements of colour, shape, and layout, with even a single image triggering the creative process for designers, which develops into a whole line of clothing or textile designs.

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by Natasha Cousens