Forever In Hell
Frekar Slekk Ég Á Mér
Forever In Hell
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by 月ノ瀬ここの

by 月ノ瀬ここの

by 月ノ瀬ここの

by 月ノ瀬ここの

by 月ノ瀬ここの

by 月ノ瀬ここの
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mdme-x:

verginiefiore:

Joseba Eskubi

Joseba Eskubi
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whatjanesaw:

Natalie Arpin
whatjanesaw:

Natalie Arpin
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nataliakoptseva:

Romero, Juan
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franciscofrancostudios:

Alex Alemany
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j0sh1e-online:

Untitled 6
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kuizslilla:

Crazy night - Original sold
(my boyfriend insists on calling it ‘the tower of the magi’ though)
oil on canvas 150x100cm
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ashleyfrostart:

“North Melbourne Study 20”
Oil on board
18x18cm 
University of Wollongong collection 2013
www.ashleyfrost.com.au
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transistoradio:

John Tunnard (1900-1971), Tol Pedn (1942), oil and graphite on board, 64.1 x 73.3 cm. Collection of Tate, UK. Via Tate.
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jeremyszopinski:

Jeremy SzopinskiX #5Oil on canvas70” x 60”2014http://jeremyszopinski.tumblr.com/
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ghoulnextdoor:

Ghostly installation for St George’s church by artist Jakub Hadrava in the Czech village of Lukova
ghoulnextdoor:

Ghostly installation for St George’s church by artist Jakub Hadrava in the Czech village of Lukova
ghoulnextdoor:

Ghostly installation for St George’s church by artist Jakub Hadrava in the Czech village of Lukova
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Julius Kingsley | trabajo.
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buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

Gil Cleber
“A alegria de viver" 2002
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pixography:

Salvador Dali ~ “Skull of Zurbaran”, 1956
This is one of the few perfectly square canvases by Dali and is a tribute to one of the great master painters of the 17th century, Francisco Zurbaran, whom he admired greatly.  In “Skull of Zurbaran,” Dali achieves an engaging optical illusion, where the dark surface of the ascending cubes is at once both their top and their bottom, depending on how our visualization of it shifts back and forth. If you stare at the dark surfaces long enough, and if you see them as the top of a given cube, soon that same surface will morph into the bottom of the same cube, and vice-versa! <source>