cuttertoxic:

"Ella me gusta porque lleva un ángel en su sonrisa y mil demonios en su cabeza"

cuttertoxic:

"Ella me gusta porque lleva un ángel en su sonrisa y mil demonios en su cabeza"

(via la-vida-es-una-mierda-amiko)

libertarioacab:

LICEO DE APLICACIONES, SANTIAGO…

MANUEL GUTIERREZ PRESENTE!

(Source: ridentbae, via septimovicio)

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pixography:

Paolo Uberti

pixography:

Paolo Uberti

5weetsorrow:

Sad/Bands/B&W blog

5weetsorrow:

Sad/Bands/B&W blog

(Source: synfonias, via atlasc)

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artishardgr:

Salvador Dali - The First Day of Spring 1923

artishardgr:

Salvador Dali - The First Day of Spring 1923

lonequixote:

Las Meninas (after Velazquez) ~ Pablo Picasso

lonequixote:

Las Meninas (after Velazquez) Pablo Picasso

thepaintinghasalifeofitsown:

Art history challenge: 9 paintings (6/9): Guernica (1937) by Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973)
Guernica has become a universal and powerful symbol warning humanity against the suffering and devastation of war. Moreover, the fact that there are no obvious references to the specific attack has contributed to making its message universal and timeless.
General consensus of historians:
The shape and posture of the bodies express protest.
Picasso uses black, white, and grey paint to set a somber mood and express pain and chaos.
Flaming buildings and crumbling walls not only express the destruction of Guernica, but reflect the destructive power of civil war.
The newspaper print used in the painting reflects how Picasso learned of the massacre.
The light bulb in the painting represents the sun.
The broken sword near the bottom of the painting symbolizes the defeat of the people at the hand of their tormentors.

thepaintinghasalifeofitsown:

Art history challenge: 9 paintings (6/9): Guernica (1937) by Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973)

Guernica has become a universal and powerful symbol warning humanity against the suffering and devastation of war. Moreover, the fact that there are no obvious references to the specific attack has contributed to making its message universal and timeless.

General consensus of historians:

  • The shape and posture of the bodies express protest.
  • Picasso uses black, white, and grey paint to set a somber mood and express pain and chaos.
  • Flaming buildings and crumbling walls not only express the destruction of Guernica, but reflect the destructive power of civil war.
  • The newspaper print used in the painting reflects how Picasso learned of the massacre.
  • The light bulb in the painting represents the sun.
  • The broken sword near the bottom of the painting symbolizes the defeat of the people at the hand of their tormentors.

(Source: Wikipedia)

importantmodernart:

Dora Maar, 1939Pablo Picasso

importantmodernart:

Dora Maar, 1939
Pablo Picasso

insight-jd:

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insight-jd:

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asylum-art:

 3D Abstract Project by Can Pekdemir

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The Illustration and Art of Paula Duta

Illustrator, Interior designer

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