Brasilian photographer Luciana Urtiga does black and white selfportraits by associating surrealistic symbols

Surreal Black And White Autoportraits

Diptych Ideas sculpture Brasilian photographer Luciana Urtiga does black and white selfportraits by associating surrealistic symbols

picture of the silent protest organized by Occupy Boise, part of the Occupy Wall Street gatherings. Today they are taping $1 over their mouths to symbolize how the 1% have silenced the other 99% in the USA. They also say the $1 is one dollar more than the Bank of America has paid in taxes

the last pinner pinned this as Freedom of speech. I see this as Put your money where your mouth is.//I see it as money isn't power it's weakness;only a strong man can truly live without money.

Shoes on the Danube Bank, Budapest | Holocaust Memorials Around The World - BuzzFeed News

Holocaust Memorials Around The World

Banksy, one of the most infamous street artist ever. Banksy is a pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti done in a distinctive stencilling technique. - See more at: http://geekshizzle.com/2013/07/05/complete-banksy-art-infographic/#sthash.SeDNSnm2.dpuf

Canvas art gallery Canvas Elite has created a fantastic infographic that traces the career of the infamous and mythical graffiti artist Banksy.

Pawel Kuczynski illustrations - 29 Drawings Will Make You Question Everything Wrong In The World

twentysplenty: “ Pawel Kuczynski’s satirical art. Take a moment to look at these properly.

By:NA I like how good they fit together but how they are polar opposites. How one represents life and the other destruction. #yingandyang

Street Art of the week #15

Juxtaposition - Juxtaposition is a contrasting effect. In this artwork a tree and a bomb explosion are both being contrasted. This works perfectly because the explosion represents destruction but the tree shows life.

BBC - BBC Arts - The Modern Face of Syria: Imranovi's art of war - “The new Syria has only one face to show to the world.”

Exploring the work of exiled Syrian artist Imranovi in the Modern Face of Syria exhibition

Raoul Hausmann. The Art Critic 1919-20. Hausmann, a founder member of the Berlin Dada group, developed photomontage as a tool of satire and political protest. The fragment of a German banknote behind the critic’s neck suggests that he is controlled by capitalist forces. The words in the background are part of a poem poster made by Hausmann to be pasted on the walls of Berlin.

Raoul Hausmann Der Kunstkritiker Lithograph and printed paper on paper 318 x 254 mm Tate


More ideas
Pinterest
Search