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  • norberthellacopter:

    The Grand Budapest Hotel screenshots - cinematography by Robert D. Yeoman - 2013

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  • Audrey Hepburn photographed by Norman Parkinson c. 1955

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  • Milo Manara

  • B vs B = BVSB

  • ghostparties:

    Nan Goldin

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  • Andy Warhol - Sunset

  • Family

  • lizakamushkina:

    "Woman with a Head of Roses" Salvador Dali, 1935

    Simplemente hermoso.

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  • Carcamo de Dolores - Diego Rivera

  • howtobeafuckinglady:

    Let’s talk about how AMAZING Naomi’s playboy spread was 

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  • invisiblegazette:

    Women, Zhaoming Wu’s oil paintings. 

    Zhaoming Wu was born in China and grew up in Guangzhou City. He received his BFA from the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art China and his MFA from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco.

    Since 1983, he has been exhibitng his work in Asia, Europe, the United States and other countries around the world. He has won numerous awards, including the Merit Award at the 6th National Art Exhibition in Beijing, China, the Gustafson Fund Award, the National Oil and Acrylic Painter’s Society (US) Award, 1st place in the 9th Biennial National Figure Painting and Drawing Exhibition in Mendocino Art Center, California, Grand Prize Winner in International Artist Magazine (Aug/Sept 2005), the Daler-Rowney Award from the Oil Painters of America 2000, and the Art Distributors Awards of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America 2005.

    Long active as both an artist and a teacher, he served as a professor of painting at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art and is currently an instructor of painting at the Academy of Art University. His works have been featured in many publications, including two drawing books and two painting books, International Artist Magazine (April/May 2003, August/September 2005), Art of the West magazine (September/October 2004, July/August 2007), Art Talk Magazine (February 2005), and American Art Collector (January, December 2007).

    INVISIBLE - Gazette
    DIC 2013
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    Invisible Twitter 

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