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artmastered:

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, In Bed and In Bed: The Kiss 1892-93

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oldbookillustrations:

I’ve often sat and howled for hours.
Peter Newell, from The hunting of the snark, by Lewis Carroll, New York, 1903.
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oldbookillustrations:

I’ve often sat and howled for hours.

Peter Newell, from The hunting of the snark, by Lewis Carroll, New York, 1903.

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space travel by dear detective on Flickr
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finjigoga:

Odilon Redon (1840-1916), ” L’Extase”, 1885.

finjigoga:

Odilon Redon (1840-1916),
” L’Extase”, 1885.

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Nosferatu (1922)

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Nosferatu (1922)

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Into the Woods

Private Collection, 2014

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mymodernmet:

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman created a giant, 82-foot-tall rabbit sculpture titled Moon Rabbit. The installation, which was created for the Taoyuan Land Art Festival, is currently laying on an old aircraft hangar in Taoyuan, Taiwan at the Dayuan Town Naval Base.

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good-enough-for-a-poke:

Rest Assured with Dr. Steve Brule

For real!

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archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.

Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.

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