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beautiful eyes

kcjo:

beautiful eyes

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lulz-time:

This post has been featured on a 1000notes.com blog.

lulz-time:

This post has been featured on a 1000notes.com blog.

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k-8y:

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k-8y:

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nycartscene:

Opens May 18, 6-8p: “appositions: still / birth / shit” Lorna WilliamsDODGEgallery, 15 Rivington St., NYCWilliams’ anthropomorphic sculptures are meticulous amalgams of unlikely and often provocative material juxtapositions. In appositions: still / birth / shit, Williams continues to use the body as her primary subject while focusing on the specific and essential process of birthing and digesting. Plastic teeth, locked hair, root systems, pipes, stones, thorns and snakeskin, are some of the artist’s materials, assembled to form the material ecosystem of each piece and a collective narrative throughout the body of work.  - thru June 29

nycartscene:

Opens May 18, 6-8p:

appositions: still / birth / shit
 Lorna Williams

DODGEgallery, 15 Rivington St., NYC

Williams’ anthropomorphic sculptures are meticulous amalgams of unlikely and often provocative material juxtapositions. In appositions: still / birth / shit, Williams continues to use the body as her primary subject while focusing on the specific and essential process of birthing and digesting. Plastic teeth, locked hair, root systems, pipes, stones, thorns and snakeskin, are some of the artist’s materials, assembled to form the material ecosystem of each piece and a collective narrative throughout the body of work.  - thru June 29

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rhamphotheca:

dendroica:panecopanorama:
A newly emerged Elephant Hawk Moth (Deilephila porcellus) climbs to the top of a lichen encrusted twig somewhere near Stockholm, Sweden, to let its wings dry.
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rhamphotheca:

dendroica:panecopanorama:

A newly emerged Elephant Hawk Moth (Deilephila porcellus) climbs to the top of a lichen encrusted twig somewhere near Stockholm, Sweden, to let its wings dry.

(photo: John Hallmen | Flickr)

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darktemplarfromhell:

That….is sick

For the person who wants to kill the shit out of somebody.

The knife is in case I don’t kill you with the six bullets first.

the Apache Revolver, ladies and gentlemen

What the shit?

nkfr:

oolongearlgrey:

rozurizo:

stegomastodon:

darktemplarfromhell:

That….is sick

For the person who wants to kill the shit out of somebody.

The knife is in case I don’t kill you with the six bullets first.

the Apache Revolver, ladies and gentlemen

What the shit?

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May 04. 0 Notes.
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It goes something like this..

It goes something like this..

some call me goldilocks, my name is preston
nycartscene:

Opens May 18, 6-8p: “appositions: still / birth / shit” Lorna WilliamsDODGEgallery, 15 Rivington St., NYCWilliams’ anthropomorphic sculptures are meticulous amalgams of unlikely and often provocative material juxtapositions. In appositions: still / birth / shit, Williams continues to use the body as her primary subject while focusing on the specific and essential process of birthing and digesting. Plastic teeth, locked hair, root systems, pipes, stones, thorns and snakeskin, are some of the artist’s materials, assembled to form the material ecosystem of each piece and a collective narrative throughout the body of work.  - thru June 29

nycartscene:

Opens May 18, 6-8p:

appositions: still / birth / shit
 Lorna Williams

DODGEgallery, 15 Rivington St., NYC

Williams’ anthropomorphic sculptures are meticulous amalgams of unlikely and often provocative material juxtapositions. In appositions: still / birth / shit, Williams continues to use the body as her primary subject while focusing on the specific and essential process of birthing and digesting. Plastic teeth, locked hair, root systems, pipes, stones, thorns and snakeskin, are some of the artist’s materials, assembled to form the material ecosystem of each piece and a collective narrative throughout the body of work.  - thru June 29

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