Helge Windisch; Oil, 1997, Painting "berliner himmel".... love this perspective

Obsessed with this guys work right now - Helge Windisch; Oil, Painting "berliner himmel" Go to Italy and have an amazing oil paint made for me of a beautiful landscape

Michelangelo Pistoletto I find this installation interesting because the perceived and experiential qualities of walking through is something completely different than what can be seen from above. It begs the question of necessity with all of the complications and intertwining within the "walls" when they don't seem to offer anything but an aesthetic appeal from a seemingly impossible viewpoint.

'The Labyrinth', a maze of 2100 meters of cardboard created by Michelangelo Pistolleto at Galleria Continua This reminds me of quilling- paper art. using small strips of paper to make a picture

Crazy art gcse

Inspiring Artwork Combining Geometry & Photography

L'Infinito by Victor Vercesi - I love this photo, it reminds me of some of the photos done in the yearbook this year. The circles look interesting with the photos together.

Loving Care, 1992 by Janine Antoni “Performance of her dipping her hair in hair dye and painting the gallery floor”

Loving Care, 1992 by Janine Antoni “Performance of her dipping her hair in hair dye and painting the gallery floor”

Impressive photorealism underwater paintings created by artist Eric Zener.

Photorealism Underwater Paintings by Eric Zener

Impressive photorealism underwater paintings created by artist Eric Zener. Water effects are amazing !

Think your gaff is cramped? Check out these brilliant overhead shots of cramped Hong Kong apartments

Cramped Apartments in Hong Kong Shot From Directly Above

"Cubicle Dwellers" ad campaign by the Society for Community Organization (SoCO), a non-governmental and human rights advocacy group, showing the tiny apartments in which over of Hong Kong's poorer inhabitants must live.

Thomas Barbey: artist study. Take photos of mouths open etc, cut out gap in middle, layer landscape photograph underneath.

Surreal Photo Manipulations // Thomas Barbéy - This image is very beautiful. The illusion / edited effects make this piece very beautiful. I like this concept of photography because it's abnormal, it's different, it's unique, and purely just surreal.

Franz Xaver Messerschmidt - from 64 "canonical grimaces" of the human face, 1770-1783, Belvedere, Vienna

Franz Xaver Messerschmidt Character Head, - Its thought the sculptor had Chromes disease, and to relieve his discomfort he used to press his ribs, and he recorded his reaction in his sculptures.

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