daniloschnowck:

A vida toda passando como um filme, em meus olhos. Se estivesses aqui, certamente verias. Perceberias que não são filmes do passado, ou até mesmo, lembranças de um outro alguém. São filmes nossos, no nosso futuro, são gravações que ainda não aconteceram.

Não estou me arriscando, dessa vez. Estou…

daniloschnowck:

Tenho passado o dia procurando, na vida, coisas que me façam estar mais perto de ti. Busco acordar cedo, pra sentir o cheiro do teu café feito na hora. Tento tomá-lo, mas me desce mais amargo do que quando te tenho aqui comigo. Quem me dera eu fosse forte, como o teu café.

Tenho ligado o meu…

(Fonte: weheartit.com, via feellng)

(Fonte: weheartit.com, via feellng)

asylum-art:

Eniko Mihalik by


Though almost surrealist by way of its layering of
body paint and projection, in this shoot Eniko’s
body becomes Klimt’s canvas; the swirled body
paint taken from his 1909 Tree of Life, the nudity
a toned down take on the erotica that was
present in much of his work.

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asylum-art:

Barbara Tosatto: Theatrical Paintings Hint at Mythological

Barbara Tosatto ThemesSwiss painter Barbara Tosatto’s work takes cues from the storied and symbolic. Most of her pieces focus on a solitary figure, transplanted in some vacant background, isolated from indicators of time or setting. These figures are human, but disrupted — bound in sheets and gauzy veils, or weighed down with ropes or chains. With titles like “The Tyranny of Doubt” or “The Truce” it’s hard not to see the pieces as portraits of mythological characters, embodying some archetypal human ability or curse. Mostly depicted with their faces obscured, or contorted from some type of bondage, the figures’ entrapment seems more tragic in their desolate surroundings, offering no alternative to the struggle. But their situation is still somehow noble, if seen as shouldering the weight of humanity’s conditions.

via hi fructose

asylum-art:

Wild Animals Invade The Metro: Clarisse Rebotier

French photographer and Animals digital manipulator Clarisse Rebotier has produced a series of photos called Animétro. The series shows big game critters parading around the Paris Metro like they own it. I liked them so I thought I’d pass them on.

(via asylum-art)