a high-functioning alcoholic
Contains: visual arts, street art, slam poetry, Audrey Hepburn, food, alcohol, and dance.
a high-functioning alcoholic
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Salvador Dalí - Christ of Saint John of the Cross (1951)
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Parker Ito - The Agony and The Ecstasy (2012)
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Tullio Crali - Before the Parachute Opens (1931)
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Salvador Dali - The Harmony of the Spheres (1978)
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Kathe Kollwitz - The Parents (1922)
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Benjamin Cohen - Six Figures and an Interior (2011)
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Genrich Ippolitovich Semiradsky - Phryne on the Poseidon’s celebration in Eleusis (1889)
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James J. Shannon - Portrait of Cecilia Tower (1889)
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Pierre Auguste Cot (1837-1883) - Spring (1873)
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Catherine Opie, Self-Portrait, 1993. Chromogenic print, 39 5/8 × 29 15/16 in.
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Aleksandr Romanychev - By the Window (1968-71)
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asianartmuseum:

Happy Earth Day, citizens of the planet. Of course we should always be mindful of the environment, but we wanted to observe this special designated day with an artwork from our collection. Plus, it’s always a good time to celebrate MoNA (Mother Nature).
"Which is Earth? No.30" is a hanging scroll made in 1969 by Liu Kuo-sung. Between 1966 and 1968, he travelled in the U.S. and Europe. Inspired by photographs of the earth and moon sent back from the Apollo Eight mission, he began to incorporate circles and spheres into his already abstract landscapes, initiating his Space series. The traces from plucked fibers naturally define the texture of landscape on the moon above. The sweeping bold brushwork on earth is derived from that attributed to the tenth-century eccentric painter Shi Ke.

By blending elements from both Asia and the West, Liu launched the modern Chinese ink painting movement in Taiwan in the late 1960s.
We hope you enjoy this beautiful serving of space on Earth Day. 
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addu-crap:

Moon-City
Finally did some personal design work, finished one of many ideas that are pending. Hope you guys like it. Prints and other products available at Society6