olivercandraw:

BIC ink / Digital

littleteashi:

Coffee filled with Cosmos.

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c0ssette:

“The Godess Diana with a Lion” Angelo VonCourten

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tinei:

2014. 34 x 28 cm. Oil on print.

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anitaleocadia:

Carl Melegari

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(Source: ma-homeboy)

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erumop:

who doesn’t love Trafalgar Law?

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kelpls:

drew some quick naked boys with flowers bc i just needed to indulge myself for a bit

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maruti-bitamin:

mojya in spring

ink + watercolour

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fleshosphere:

ラクガキ

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exhibition-ism:

Some fantastic new work from bay area based artist Max Kauffman

Follow him on Tumblr here

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2headedsnake:

Sara Andreasson

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rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:

Julien Cabane

"Where Are We Know"

"Where are we now? is an illustration inspired by David Bowie.
It’s the title of one of his last songs, wondering about his course.
I saw the ghost of an eternal artist.”

(Source: lebookdejulien.com)

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victoriousvocabulary:

EXCORIATE

[verb]

1. to denounce or berate severely; flay verbally.

2. to strip off or remove the skin from; to flay.

Etymology: from late Middle English < Late Latin excoriātus (past participle of excoriāre, “to strip, skin”).

[Mark Gleason]

fleurdulys:

Lady in Silk - Albert Rosenthal

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