Sailing boat through artist eyes. Credits to Diego Cusano.
Street art, artist unknown
Karnak #1 (October 2015) artist: David Aja
Die #1 (December 2018) [second printing variant cover] artist: Stephanie Hans
Shade the Changing Girl #1 (October 2016) [variant cover] artist: Tula Lotay
Unicorn Aquamanile (Water Vessel), German, about 1425–1450, artist unknown, copper alloy [1024 x 1024]
Dragon Age: Deception #1 (October 2018) artist: Sachin Teng
My edition of ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young’ in Spanish
[OC] Fire artist at night [6016×4000]
Unidentified American artist – Underpass New York (1933) [2000×1659]
“struggling artist”, [OC], mixed media, [3316×3704]
102 year old tattoo artist from the Philippines, Whang Od (middle), with her squad.
A miniature self-portrait of the American artist Sarah Goodridge’s breasts which she gave to her lover Daniel Webster in 1828 [1024×820] (nsfw)
Carved ivory Netsuke skull by artist Toshinaga, Japanese, date unknown. [3296×3266]
I did this album graphic design by myself. It’s meant to symbolize the connection between nature and machine and left and right brains, as well as the struggle between them. The “TESSITURA” EP just came out today (by In Love… Continue Reading
Artist conception of the Big Bang
Our local grocer hired an artist to do the endcaps on each isle. So far, so good.
“Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions” aka “RED SQUARE” / Artist: Kazimir Malevich / Oil on Canvas (1915) [1944×1935]
Wilton Diptych – unknown artist (1399) [2992 × 2336]
“Supremus No. 58” / Artist: Kazimir Malevich / Oil on Canvas (1916) [2989 x 3265]
Two carved skeletal Netsuke figures by artist Tomoyuki, Japanese, c. 1800-1900. [3232×3338]
“PEOPLE” / Artist: Konstantin Yuon / Oil on Canvas (1923) [1619×1273]
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Pen, brush in black on chalk sketch Study for the Family Portrait of Thomas More, c. 1527 by the artist Hans Holbein. Though the painting was finished it was lost in a fire and only the artist sketches survive. (2659×1878)
Street Art created by artist Kevin Lee for Unicef.