Posted 2 hours ago

andersonrandom:

I hate how “realism” in comics is just making shit darker and edgier. That’s not realism. Realism is having superman fart so hard he breaks the sound barrier.

Posted 5 hours ago

Djinn Fun

Posted 19 hours ago

paintvrlife:

Surrealist painter, Vladimir Kush was born in Russia, in a one-story wooden house near the Moscow forest-park Sokolniki. But after an art dealer from France noticed the originality of Kush’s work and organized an exhibition in Hong Kong. Success surpassed all expectations. In 1995, a new exhibition in Hong Kong at the Mandarin Fine Art Gallery brought more success. In 1997 he had a new start in the USA exhibiting in the galleries in Lahaina, Hawaii and in Seattle. In 2001 Kush opened his first gallery, Kush Fine Art in Lahaina, Hawaii. He now has 4 gallery locations in the USA with future plans to open more galleries around the world. Following in the steps of Salvador Dali and J. G. Ballard, Kush is the heir to the throne of surrealism.

Posted 19 hours ago
pixography:

Magritte ~ “The Traveler”, 1937

pixography:

Magritte ~ “The Traveler, 1937

Posted 19 hours ago

pixography:

Salvador Dali ~ “Inventions of the Monsters, 1937

Describing this work Dali said:

"According to Nostradamus the apparition of monsters presages the outbreak of war. The canvas was painted in the Semmering mountains near Vienna a few months before the Anschluss [the 1938 political union of Austria and Germany] and has a prophetic character. Horse women equal maternal river monsters. Flaming giraffe equals masculine apocalyptic monster. Cat angel equals divine heterosexual monster. Hourglass equals metaphysical monster. Gala and Dalí equal sentimental monster. The little blue dog is not a true monster"

Indeed this painting has an ominous mood. It is rife with threats of danger, from the menacing fire in the distance to the sibylline figure in the foreground with an hourglass and a butterfly, both symbols of the inevitability of death. Next to this figure sit Dalí and his wife and muse, Gala. With his native Catalonia embroiled in the Spanish Civil War, the artist surely felt great anxiety over a world without a safe haven, a world that indeed had allowed for the “invention of monsters”. <source>

Posted 20 hours ago
Posted 20 hours ago
instalaugh:

They’re encouraging him or making fun of him, either way I love it

instalaugh:

They’re encouraging him or making fun of him, either way I love it

Posted 20 hours ago
Posted 3 days ago
Posted 3 days ago

Some days, some nights
Some live, some die
In the way of the samurai

(Source: bufudyne)