lifespans
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lifespans
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asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
asylum-art:

Joaquin Jara
Barcelona, 1977
Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.
 The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.
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razorshapes:

Roberto Ferri
razorshapes:

Roberto Ferri
razorshapes:

Roberto Ferri
razorshapes:

Roberto Ferri
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mfjr:

Hanna Antonsson - “People Are Overrated”
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didoofcarthage:

Dolce Far Niente or Sweet Nothings by John William Godward
1904
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dailycatdrawings:

269: Tiger Painting
Wanted to do something different this evening so I decided to break out the Gouache. It was a nice break from the usual digital sketch! It’s late so the picture isn’t that great. I’ll try to remember to take a better one in the morning when the sun is out.
I attached a picture of my work space just to prove this one was done traditionally. Man do I make an awful mess of my palette. Ah well XD
dailycatdrawings:

269: Tiger Painting
Wanted to do something different this evening so I decided to break out the Gouache. It was a nice break from the usual digital sketch! It’s late so the picture isn’t that great. I’ll try to remember to take a better one in the morning when the sun is out.
I attached a picture of my work space just to prove this one was done traditionally. Man do I make an awful mess of my palette. Ah well XD
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bobbypontillas:

First look at Winston of Feast (x)

A few new stills from our new short film, Feast !  I cannot wait for you guys to see it in front of Big Hero.  I was lucky to get to do a few initial designs for the pitch, and later animate on this project, so it is very near and dear to me.  It was pretty surreal to be helping Pat and Jeff with the pitch boards one day, fast forward a year later and we’re watching, up on screen, this beautiful finished film!  For you guys!  Big thanks to him for letting me be a part of this.
bobbypontillas:

First look at Winston of Feast (x)

A few new stills from our new short film, Feast !  I cannot wait for you guys to see it in front of Big Hero.  I was lucky to get to do a few initial designs for the pitch, and later animate on this project, so it is very near and dear to me.  It was pretty surreal to be helping Pat and Jeff with the pitch boards one day, fast forward a year later and we’re watching, up on screen, this beautiful finished film!  For you guys!  Big thanks to him for letting me be a part of this.
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joelcorcia:

Saturday is painting day. I didn’t manage to adjust well the colors in photoshop. So sorry if it’s too saturate…  I would like to wake up earlier every morning to go painting outside before work (like the guys in california). But obviously, summer starts to fade away.
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aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson
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asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
asylum-art:

5 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 
The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.
1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah
3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller
5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921.                                              Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx
7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna                                                           Colourized photoby Zuzahin
9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.                                                        Original photo source unknown                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller
Via  boredpanda
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brendachidraws:

Character designs of some octopi.then I felt ADVENTUROUS and added color in the second batch.
brendachidraws:

Character designs of some octopi.then I felt ADVENTUROUS and added color in the second batch.