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asylum-art:

RGB lighting installation by FlynnTalbot

Red, blue and green lights moving across a faceted triangular structure created multicoloured shadows in this installation by Australian lighting specialist Flynn Talbot (+ movie).

Talbot, whose studio focuses on lighting installation design, created a three-sided panel with one surface covered in spiky cardboard structures of up to two metres in length. This piece was mounted onto a wall at the PSAS gallery in Perth, Australia, for the Primary exhibition.

(via asylum-art)

asylum-art:

Lisa Adams: Surreal and Symbolic Paintings

Artist Lisa Adams creates beautiful paintings that express her inner feelings and her world view. She uses lots of details and allegorical symbolism to form her message that is yet to be unraveled by the viewer.

The self-taught artist spends several months on each oil painting, working 6 days a week in her isolated studio in Queensland, Australia

asylum-art:

Custom Vintage Photo Drawings by Lauren King

 artist on tumblr

 

maudelynn:

Greta Nissen in “Blonde or Brunette”, c.1927 
via ebay.com

maudelynn:

Greta Nissen in “Blonde or Brunette”, c.1927 

via ebay.com

asylum-art:

Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein

Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.

(via asylum-art)

food52:

Be the known as the best gifter on the block.

Read more: 6 Baked Goods for Gifting on Food52

food52:

Be prepared when creating summer’s favorite treat.

Read more: 10 Tools for Making Ice Cream on Food52

kitchenelves:

Watermelon Tequila Jello Shots via Kirbie’s Cravings

asylum-art:

RGB lighting installation by FlynnTalbot

Red, blue and green lights moving across a faceted triangular structure created multicoloured shadows in this installation by Australian lighting specialist Flynn Talbot (+ movie).

Talbot, whose studio focuses on lighting installation design, created a three-sided panel with one surface covered in spiky cardboard structures of up to two metres in length. This piece was mounted onto a wall at the PSAS gallery in Perth, Australia, for the Primary exhibition.

(via asylum-art)

asylum-art:

Lisa Adams: Surreal and Symbolic Paintings

Artist Lisa Adams creates beautiful paintings that express her inner feelings and her world view. She uses lots of details and allegorical symbolism to form her message that is yet to be unraveled by the viewer.

The self-taught artist spends several months on each oil painting, working 6 days a week in her isolated studio in Queensland, Australia

asylum-art:

Custom Vintage Photo Drawings by Lauren King

 artist on tumblr

 

maudelynn:

Greta Nissen in “Blonde or Brunette”, c.1927 
via ebay.com

maudelynn:

Greta Nissen in “Blonde or Brunette”, c.1927 

via ebay.com

asylum-art:

Wooden Sculptures Express Vulnerability Through Holes by Paul Kaptein

Australian-based artist Paul Kaptein explores the notion of “now” in his wooden sculptures. While beautifully crafted, each piece has something strange about it. Notches and rectangular holes are cut into the figures and show that there’s emptiness to his subjects. His work is metaphor for the present and the uncertainty that goes with it.

(via asylum-art)

food52:

Be the known as the best gifter on the block.

Read more: 6 Baked Goods for Gifting on Food52

food52:

Be prepared when creating summer’s favorite treat.

Read more: 10 Tools for Making Ice Cream on Food52

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