the true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection. -michelangelo
in an age of augmented reality, will we want to digitally alter our faces in the future?
This Is What Your Face Will Look Like In 2060
james abbott mcneill whistler - the falling rocket, 1877
carpenters workshop gallery - before the rain
lyonel feininger, roter turm i, 1930
new origami street art in france by mademoiselle maurice
art deco metalwork, chanin building, new york
Based in LA, Malanie Rothschild is a self-taught artist who once spilled a gallon of paint all over the floor. She decided to let the paint dry and, as she peeled the dried pieces up days later, she discovered a magnificent new creation that instantly inspired her as an artist. She discovered that this simple mistake of spilling paint was, in and of itself, a painting without the canvas. The creation existed solely as paint and the air around it that transformed it from solid to liquid. And thus
malanie rothschild - "paint and air" series
monika grzymala is a berlin-based artist. these installations are made using several kilometers of black tape.
anish kapoor in the guggenheim
awesome splatter portrait by hua tunan