ancientpeoples:

Hippocamp

Terracotta

Greek Sicily, 3rd century BC.

Source: Los Angeles Country Museum of Art

ancientpeoples:

Bronze statue of crouching lion 

6.3cm high and 14.3cm long. 

Greek or Roman, estimated between 500 and 300 BC. 

probably from Etruria. 

Source: metropolitan Museum

(via terpsikeraunos)

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

from89:


Organic Sculpture by Ben Butler

aneleh:

A reminder to do what you are compelled to do without thought to it’s reception.

(via artfeltplayground)

mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.

mymodernmet:

Artist team Walter Hugo & Zoniel recently surprised the city of Toxteth, Liverpool by installing this massive psychedelic aquarium tank behind a shutter in an old, abandoned building. The piece, titled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, was developed with the support of the Gazelli Art House in London and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.

artmagnifique:

VINECENT VAN GOGH. The Sheaf-Binder (after Millet), 1889, oil on canvas.