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The Mouth of a Cave Hubert Robert (French, Paris 1733–1808 Paris) Date: 1784 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 68 3/4 x 31 1/4 in. (174.6 x 79.4 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 Accession Number: 17.190.25 This artwork is currently on display in Gallery 524

I want to be that teenager who, when my mom comes in my room, instead of scolding me for always being on my phone she says: "it's not good for you to always be in your room, alone, reading!"

  • MarMar G.

    I am that type of teenager but instead of reading I'm writing. I think life in my mind or in a book is better than real life, to me anyway. (Not important part>) If anyone were 2 describe me w/ 1 word, they would probobly say anti-social (Bcause I'm always in my room- other than going to school- so I never hang w/ anyone & I don't talk much) but really I have more words 2 write than words they could ever possibly say. U can tell I'm a writer Bcause I go on & on about stuff, like I just did

vertical cities (revised second edition); allison rae; pencil, pen and ink Gaaf om te tekenen met 2 grote handen eronder

This reminds me of the house built above the railroad tracks near Chickamauga Dam in Chattanooga TN.

Ian McQue. I love this for an odd reason, it reminds me of the old "Where in the world is Carmen San Diego" PC game when I was a kid.

watercolor journal of Provence by Martin Stankewitz -- Sketchbooks!!!!

William Robinson Leign, Visionary City, 1908 via Retro Future: Glorious Urbanism» DarkRoastedBlend

Check out Brigette's review of Douglas Coupland's Girlfriend In A Coma here: chaptersandscenes...

McQue uses pencil first. What a relief.

♥ this fantastic installation work by American artist Anne Lindberg. Thousands and thousands of strands of thread, anchored from one wall to another, that seem to glow from within. This work is part of a group show, titled Placemakers, currently on at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska from January 13 – March 31, 2012.

Illustrator: Gio M. [nice image, but what I really like is the sunshine-colored prayer flags]

Theo Prins is a freelance concept artist out of Washington State. What I love about his work is his unabashed use of pastels (a color choice not usually associated with concept art) and his beautiful compositions of otherworldly shipyards, sparse landscapes, and flying boats.  You can view more of his work at his website and blog, though I initially found him through deviant art.