1. conshack:

    Mictecacíhuatl on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/123917788

     
  2. fluxmachine:

    Catherine

     
  3. thefagmag:

    The way we were

    (Source: jeandanielcadinot, via cordurafugaz)

     
  4. caribbeancivilisation:

    “Happy Banana Tree” by James Cooper

    (via trompa-del-caracol)

     
  5. Exposition ” Tatoueurs, tatoués” au Musée du Quai Branly à Paris du 06 Mai 2014 au 18 octobre 2015.
    Image-Women wearing tattoos and costumes,1920s.

    © Bettmann / Corbis.

    (Source: gueule-de-loupviolette, via granosdegranada)

     
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  9. lunasabatica:

    Lita Cabellut: Trilogy of the Doubt #01, 2013.

    (Source: litacabellut.com, via buffalo-divine-eden-no7)

     
  10. Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com
    Artist Isaac Cordal | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

    devidsketchbook:

    CEMENT ECLIPSES @ CHIAPAS MEXICO

    Artist Isaac Cordal (tumblr / facebook) - “With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street. Cement Eclipses is a critical definition of our behavior as a social mass. The art work intends to catch the attention on our devalued relation with the nature through a critical look to the collateral effects of our evolution. With the master touch of a stage director, the figures are placed in locations that quickly open doors to other worlds. The scenes zoom in the routine tasks of the contemporary human being”.

    (via iguanamouth)

     
  11. quincampoix:

    Paul Klee, Over Egypt, 1929

    (via andyouandeye)

     
  12. del-barrio:

    Ooooohwow

    (Source: 2hot2bstr8)