ungoliantschilde:

As Promised: the Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.

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Cowboy Bebop / Jamming with Edward

“Who is Ed?”

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haectemporasunt:

maaaaan I love ikeda manabu

i want huge posters of all of his works.

this one is Ark (2005).

http://mizuma-art.co.jp/artist/0030/index_e.php

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leoquievreux:

Improvisation 2, 2013

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monsterism:

Wilmer Murillo.

monsterism:

Wilmer Murillo.

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Captivating photographs by Xin Li

Photographer based in Norway, Xin Li, the top of its 18 years, creates images with a surprising emotional depth.
When she draws a portrait of a young woman or just a big of an object plane, the photographer evokes a sense of serenity and dark, adding a plot element to the image. There is a story in every shot that leaves the viewer eager to learn more. A promising young photographer who handles well the visual narrative, emotion and sometimes surreal shades scenes.

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Fear isn’t so difficult to understand. After all, weren’t we all frightened as children? Nothing has changed since Little Red Riding Hood faced the big bad wolf. What frightens us today is exactly the same sort of thing that frightened us yesterday. It’s just a different wolf. This fright complex is rooted in every individual. - Alfred Hitchcock 

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mythirdeye:

artmonia:

James Jean

Ink on Paper, 5 x 8”, 2013.

Forever reblog James Jean anything and everything

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nitratediva:

Happy birthday to animation pioneer Windsor McCay! This is from his 1911 live action and animated film Little Nemo. It took him four years to make over 4000 hand drawings required for its animated sequences.

nitratediva:

Happy birthday to animation pioneer Windsor McCay! This is from his 1911 live action and animated film Little Nemo. It took him four years to make over 4000 hand drawings required for its animated sequences.

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rocketumbl:

大友克洋 AKIRA

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