madebyabvh:

Salvador Dalí

Pablo Picasso

Vincent van Gogh

Edward Hopper

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lapetitecole:

Man Ray

lapetitecole:

Man Ray

(Source: lamusette)

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Félix Vallotton, Nu couché sur un tapis rouge [détail], 1909

(Source: mmegaudissart)

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ratak-monodosico:

Emil Nolde, The Sea III, 1913, Oil on canvas. 

(Source: thearttribune.com)

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transistoradio:

Kurt Schwitters, Untitled (Katan or 703) (1921), collage, fabric and paper on paper, 12.1 x 15 cm. Via BJG.

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magictransistor:

Alejandro Jodorowsky, El Heraldo, Mexico City, 1968.

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photographsrenderedinplaydoh:

Original photograph: Edith and Ruth, Danville, Virginia, 1966 by Emmet Gowin

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50watts:

An illustration of the French decadent author Joseph(in) Péladan (self-described “sandwich-man of the Beyondby Mahendra Singh. Mahendra explains:

Joseph Péladan plays an occult role in Jean Christophe Valat’s Luminous Chaos (Melville House), the 2nd volume of his mind-bending, psychotropically overheated steampunk trilogy, Mysteries of New Venice. When I illustrated Sâr Péladan, I soon discovered the true meaning of ‘occult hair.’

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kvetchlandia:

R. Crumb     Jack Kerouac     1985
"Who knows, my God, but that the universe is not one vast sea of compassion actually, the veritable holy honey, beneath all this show of personality and cruelty?" Jack Kerouac, 1959

kvetchlandia:

R. Crumb     Jack Kerouac     1985

"Who knows, my God, but that the universe is not one vast sea of compassion actually, the veritable holy honey, beneath all this show of personality and cruelty?" Jack Kerouac, 1959

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chimneyfish:

The Mouth of Hell, 1440

from the Hours of Catherine of Cleves

by the anonymous Master of Catherine of Cleves

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blastedheath:

Omar Rayo (Colombian, b. 1928), Scarlatti’s Garden, 1966. Oil on canvas, 26 x 26 in. (66 x 66 cm.)

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