Marcel Odenbach (German, born 1953), You Can’t See the Forest for the Trees, 2003, Cut-and-pasted printed paper, cut-and-pasted colored paper, ink, and pencil on two pieces of paper, 217.8 x 299.1 cm, Moma, New York
No CGI. It’s all practical work. Sploosh.
Don’t need no computers for magic to work! Yeahhh! Awesome!
The first acrylic and oil illustration I think I’ve ever done.
"Give yourself over to absolute pleasure."
KRIKOR JABOTIAN Akhtamar Collection 2014
I imagine that this movie would be much more enjoyable if all the dialogue were replaced with those from Kate Beaton’s comics
DAISY WHERE IS THE BABY
“[Once the camera stopped rolling] Lynn would constantly whisper in my ear […] how happy she was that the love of her life was carrying her around.” Sam Claflin.
Real windows framed as T.V screens (Project), 2014 Ibon Mainar
Among the Waves (1898)
Justine Blau is a visual artist, creating works that explore the various languages and usages of photography, particularly in a vernacular context. She is interested in the role culture plays in shaping an environment or people’s interactions. Many of her works treat with the complex and peculiar relationship humankind maintains with what we qualify as ‘nature’.
AU - The Lannisters as pirates.
"The Red Roar, with it’s sigil as a big red lion. They say they have canons bigger than sharks and hungry lions awaiting for prisioners on the ship’s hold. It’s better not to tempt fate."