{ALL THIS PAIN IS AN A ILLUSION}
I'm a guy from chile, have 18 yr old, nothing matters too, music?, i hear all, everything, it's my vice, what interest me?, culture, art, world, languages, people, bah. I'm a guy, i live in a city in the desert. I am desert.
{ALL THIS PAIN IS AN A ILLUSION}
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luxie-thefairy:

Miwa by *pu-sama su We Heart It.
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highbass:

thierry-facon:

Le bunker de la dernière chance- X

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asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
asylum-art:

David Harber Design that allows us to celebrate the Unforeseeable Illusion and Passing of Time
David Harber is the artist behind this magnificent collection of custom designed built sundials, garden sculptures and water features. These unique pieces of his based on contemporary three dimension design can be found in gardens and centers all over the world, for example: in Portals Nous in Mallorca. David tells us that his designs help to celebrate unpredictability, illusion and passing time. Since 1992 he has been immersed in designing these unique and fascinating pieces using a wide range of materials such as brass, copper, bronze stainless steel and stone.
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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Tree Badger
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asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
asylum-art:

Slendid sculptures “Shadow Circus” by Kirsten Stingle
“Storytelling connects us to one another and explains who we are. In an age in which the individual is often alienated, my work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. Early in my career, a fine arts degree in theater refined my understanding of imagery and taught me to use gestures as powerful expressive tools. However, it is through figurative ceramics that I am able to fully realize my narrative impulse.” -Kirsten Stingle
“While each piece is instantly approachable, closer inspection reveals a world in which the story and inner psyche of the character slowly emerges. The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and a contemporary identity. Just as we look to our past as a springboard toward a personal vision of the future, I combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.”
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Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 

Thomas Barbey 
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lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
Harlem 1943 by Weegee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
Harlem 1940 by Weegee
Harlem 1955 by William Klein
Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
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