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"my belief is if you like Mozart & i like Mozart, we already have something in common, so likelihood of us killing each other has been diminished."

Milton Glaser

ruineshumaines:

Erin Case

these are fucking gorgeous.

fucking fuck.

fucking fuck.

"Guernica" by Pablo Picasso
Guernica shows the tragedies of war and the suffering it inflicts upon individuals, particularly innocent civilians. This work has gained a monumental status, becoming a perpetual reminder of the tragedies of war, an anti-war symbol, and an embodiment of peace. Upon completion Guernica was displayed around the world in a brief tour, becoming famous and widely acclaimed. This tour helped bring the Spanish Civil War to the world’s attention.

"Guernica" by Pablo Picasso

Guernica shows the tragedies of war and the suffering it inflicts upon individuals, particularly innocent civilians. This work has gained a monumental status, becoming a perpetual reminder of the tragedies of war, an anti-war symbol, and an embodiment of peace. Upon completion Guernica was displayed around the world in a brief tour, becoming famous and widely acclaimed. This tour helped bring the Spanish Civil War to the world’s attention.

"Alleyways in Assisi."
.. I can still feel the cold air, the spinning unreal sensation of looking at the sky and the walls and every crack and corner.  I wish I could go back and lay on the stone ground ..
repent, repeat.
repent, repeat.
repent, repeat.

"Alleyways in Assisi."

.. I can still feel the cold air, the spinning unreal sensation of looking at the sky and the walls and every crack and corner.  I wish I could go back and lay on the stone ground ..

repent, repeat.

repent, repeat.

repent, repeat.

“The curse of Apollo, the god of the sun and music, was brought onto him when he insulted the young Eros for playing with bow and arrows.
Apollo was a great warrior and said to him, “What have you to do with warlike weapons? Leave them for hands worthy of them. Behold the conquest I have won by means of them over the vast serpent who stretched his poisonous body over acres of the plain! Be content with your torch, child, and kindle up your flames, as you call them, where you will, but presume not to meddle with my weapons.”
The petulant Eros took two arrows, one of gold and one of lead. With the leaden shaft, to incite hatred, he shot the nymph Daphne and with the golden one, to incite love, he shot Apollo through the heart. Apollo was seized with love for the maiden, Daphne, and she in turn abhorred him. In fact, she spurned her many potential lovers, preferring instead woodland sports and exploring the woods. Her father,Peneus, demanded that she get married so that she may give him grandchildren. However, she begged her father to let her remain unmarried.
He warned her saying, “Your face will not allow it’.”
Apollo continually followed her, begging her to stay, but the nymph continued her flight. They were evenly matched in the race until Eros intervened and helped Apollo gain upon Daphne.
Seeing that Apollo was bound to catch her, she called upon her father, “Help me, Peneus! Open the earth to enclose me, or change my form, which has brought me into this danger!”
Suddenly, her skin turned into bark, her hair became leaves, and her arms were transformed into branches. She stopped running as her feet became rooted to the ground. Apollo embraced the branches, but even the branches shrank away from him. Since Apollo could no longer take her as his wife, he vowed to tend her as his tree, and promised that her leaves would decorate the heads of leaders as crowns, and that her leaves were also to be depicted on weapons. Apollo also used his powers of eternal youth and immortality to render her ever green. Since then, the leaves of the Bay laurel tree have never known decay.”

The curse of Apollo, the god of the sun and music, was brought onto him when he insulted the young Eros for playing with bow and arrows.

Apollo was a great warrior and said to him, “What have you to do with warlike weapons? Leave them for hands worthy of them. Behold the conquest I have won by means of them over the vast serpent who stretched his poisonous body over acres of the plain! Be content with your torch, child, and kindle up your flames, as you call them, where you will, but presume not to meddle with my weapons.”

The petulant Eros took two arrows, one of gold and one of lead. With the leaden shaft, to incite hatred, he shot the nymph Daphne and with the golden one, to incite love, he shot Apollo through the heart. Apollo was seized with love for the maiden, Daphne, and she in turn abhorred him. In fact, she spurned her many potential lovers, preferring instead woodland sports and exploring the woods. Her father,Peneus, demanded that she get married so that she may give him grandchildren. However, she begged her father to let her remain unmarried.

He warned her saying, “Your face will not allow it’.”

Apollo continually followed her, begging her to stay, but the nymph continued her flight. They were evenly matched in the race until Eros intervened and helped Apollo gain upon Daphne.

Seeing that Apollo was bound to catch her, she called upon her father, “Help me, Peneus! Open the earth to enclose me, or change my form, which has brought me into this danger!”

Suddenly, her skin turned into bark, her hair became leaves, and her arms were transformed into branches. She stopped running as her feet became rooted to the ground. Apollo embraced the branches, but even the branches shrank away from him. Since Apollo could no longer take her as his wife, he vowed to tend her as his tree, and promised that her leaves would decorate the heads of leaders as crowns, and that her leaves were also to be depicted on weapons. Apollo also used his powers of eternal youth and immortality to render her ever green. Since then, the leaves of the Bay laurel tree have never known decay.”

Trudging through Rome.

Trudging through Rome.

The card for the Senior Art Exhibition.  Goddamn.  It’s happening.

The card for the Senior Art Exhibition.  Goddamn.  It’s happening.

Reblogged from s-k-e-t-c-h-e-d, Posted by . Filed under: #art #painting #landscape #trees #winter
artwithoutprediction:

I finished painting a background for a flash with a seal, took a critical look at it and realized it was completely inappropriate for the subject matter. Time to go paint an inviting, sunny beach.

artwithoutprediction:

I finished painting a background for a flash with a seal, took a critical look at it and realized it was completely inappropriate for the subject matter. Time to go paint an inviting, sunny beach.

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Reblogged from maddinka, Posted by maddinka. Filed under: #birds #sky #beach #ocean #sunset #art #clouds #scenery
cascara-de-limon:


A Garota da Casa 12 (mindportraits: Maja Wrońska) on @weheartit.com - http://whrt.it/XyM1wJ

cascara-de-limon:

A Garota da Casa 12 (mindportraits: Maja Wrońska) on @weheartit.com - http://whrt.it/XyM1wJ