23. and still not superhero.

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Gravity - Sand Creatures  byClaire Droppert

 Droppert Claire presents "Gravity - Sand Creatures," a sublime series through which it captures the moment when the sand thrown in the air freezes. Emerge animal forms, sometimes human figures. Throughout our imagination and away from gravity, moment of levitation is given to us in the show.
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starfleetinginterest:

what if the coins you find randomly at the bottom of drawers and in between couch cushions are actually from spiders trying to pay rent

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quarkmaster:

Captain America:The Winter Soldier by ETMecheall

quarkmaster:

Captain America:The Winter Soldier by ETMecheall

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Elizabeth I, The Phoenix Portrait (detail), Nicholas Hilliard, 1575

Elizabeth I, The Phoenix Portrait (detail), Nicholas Hilliard, 1575

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Charles Altamont Doyle (English, 1832 – 1893)
Saint Giles: Residual ghosts evoked by bells at the cathedral in Edinburgh
The father of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Doyle was plagued by depression and alcoholism throughout his life. He was committed to a mental asylum in 1881. He was miserable and longed for his freedom. He planned a violent escape but was re-captured. Then Doyle created intricate paintings of fairies to try to prove his sanity.
Nothing worked, and he died in the asylum in 1893. Are these paintings the work of an insane man?

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Charles Altamont Doyle (English, 1832 – 1893)

Saint Giles: Residual ghosts evoked by bells at the cathedral in Edinburgh

The father of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Doyle was plagued by depression and alcoholism throughout his life. He was committed to a mental asylum in 1881. He was miserable and longed for his freedom. He planned a violent escape but was re-captured. Then Doyle created intricate paintings of fairies to try to prove his sanity.

Nothing worked, and he died in the asylum in 1893. Are these paintings the work of an insane man?

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Evelyn de Morgan (1855-1919)  -  Phosphorus and Hesperus (1882).

art-and-things-of-beauty:

Evelyn de Morgan (1855-1919)  -  Phosphorus and Hesperus (1882).

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'We are the Music Makers and the Dreamers of Dreams'

Photography & styling by Amberly Valentine for  Hedonist Magazine, December  2013 
Hair: Guiseppe Bulzis
Make-up: Akari Sugino
Models: Shannon Brennan & Irina Roshik

 

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