crossconnectmag:

Zhong Biao is a leading contemporary painter hailing from China.  His portrayals of China’s social reforms through the visual symbols Chinese people are familiar with combined with surreal/ethereal compositions takes representations of China’s past glories, the labor models of the Cultural Revolution, and such symbols of modern life as McDonalds and Boeing aircrafts to another level.

Check out his website http://zhongbiao.artron.net

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iheartmyart:

Jonathan Calugi

  1. Untitled, part of series of new work for Herman Miller, Airbnb, Alfaromeo, Pedalar, 2014
  2. Untitled, part of Brand Identity for PUF!™ (Pistoia Underground Festival), 2012
  3. Untitled, part of series of new work for Herman Miller, Airbnb, Alfaromeo, Pedalar, 2014
  4. Untitled, part of series of new work for Herman Miller, Airbnb, Alfaromeo, Pedalar, 2014
  5. Untitled, part of series for Barclays to Marriot and for New Republic, 2014
  6. Untitled, 2014
  7. Untitled, 2013
  8. Untitled, 2013, images posted with permission of the artist.

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blastedheath:

Bridget Riley (British, b. 1931), Study ‘66 R+Angle Curve No 1, 1966. Gouache and graphite on paper, 12 x 12 in.

blastedheath:

Bridget Riley (British, b. 1931), Study ‘66 R+Angle Curve No 1, 1966. Gouache and graphite on paper, 12 x 12 in.

abdmasoud:

لسه فاكر

abdmasoud:

لسه فاكر


Brion Gysin, Calligraphy, 1959

Brion Gysin, Calligraphy, 1959

ginruru:

Ops… that was totally unexpected

lohrien:

Illustrations by Anna Armona