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blastedheath:

Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997), Explosion, 1966. Graphite, ink and colored pencil on ruled paper, 6¾ x 6¼ in.
p-dress:

Jacques Doucet
mythologyofblue:

William Henry Matthews, Mazes and labyrinths; a general account of their history and developments, 1922  *  (via yama-bato, mapsinchoate)
amare-habeo:

Paul Klee  (1879-1940) - Double tower (Doppelturm), 1923
Watercolour and pencil on paper 
Franz Marc Museum, Kochel am See, Germany
marisa-ramirez:

junko oki
marisa-ramirez:

rieko koga
yama-bato:
catastrofe:

gif night (they see me… uh… drilling through the snow, they hatin)
spokeart:

Really digging Clint Wilson’s take on O Brother Where Art Thou? for our upcoming Quentin vs. Coen art show!
Here’s what Clint had to say on his inspirations: “This print was inspired by the film “Oh Brother Where Art Thou”. The film is based on Homer’s “The Odyssey” and I thought it apropos to create something in the style of a Greek …black figure vase. The vain Everett McGill is seen looking into his mirror making sure his hair is perfectly slicked back and in the other hand he has a firm grip on his precious Dapper Dan Pomade.”
Check out more insights, pics as well as Clint’s cool Kill Bill piece via our friends over at Poster Shizzle: http://www.postershizzle.com/
freakyfauna:

Bear Emerging from the Sea by Amidilak, Port Harrison.
From Eskimo Art by Cottie Burland, published by Hamlyn (1973).