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I'm Kiana.
I post things on the internet sometimes.

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(Source: gay8, via raspberrymay)

featherandarrow:

Titan aka the Mermaid Moon

featherandarrow:

Titan aka the Mermaid Moon

(via psyche-goddess)

(Source: mulberry-cookies, via dysexila)

sosuperawesome:

Embroidered brooches by cOnieco

(via lifewaits-like-crashingwaves)

(Source: beesandbombs, via phsycward)

eatsleepdraw:

Painted this apple.  He heppy.
Acrylic and ink on wood panel.
My tumblr.

eatsleepdraw:

Painted this apple.  He heppy.

Acrylic and ink on wood panel.

My tumblr.

eatsleepdraw:

Avocado. He joyful.
Acrylic and ink on wood panel.
My tumblr.

eatsleepdraw:

Avocado. He joyful.

Acrylic and ink on wood panel.

My tumblr.

grace-from-dogville:

"Serpens" by Guido Mocafico

(via musicandmedicinals)

"Other people are not medicine."

— It took me 9 years to figure that out (via luciferssister)

(Source: slutsandsinners, via musicandmedicinals)

eatsleepdraw:

still life study of a tiny bottle that i filled with resin of a tree when i was little

eatsleepdraw:

still life study of a tiny bottle that i filled with resin of a tree when i was little

rfmmsd:

Artist:
Victor Rodriguez
"Double 740 Dodecahedron"
78” x 78”
2014

rfmmsd:

Artist:

Victor Rodriguez

"Double 740 Dodecahedron"

78” x 78”

2014

(Source: victorrodrigueznyc.com)

cross-connect:

The Godlike Mythological and Geometric Paintings of Miriam Escofet

My ‘arrival’ at painting has been a slightly unusual one, in the sense that I purposely set out to study a skills based 3D Design course, where I specialized in ceramics. My rationale for this being that I have always loved the ‘making process’ and I am very interested in the three dimensional and textural quality of objects and spaces. I worked in clay for some years after leaving Art College, whilst starting to get commissions for paintings (mainly watercolours at the time). The painting evolved from this  and eventually took up all my time. Drawing and making are still at the core of the work, but painting allows me to invent other spaces and ideas with no physical constraints.

Thanks to Hi-Fructose Magazine for the find

asylum-art:

John Brosio

John Brosio is a painter based out of sunny Pasadena, California, USA. Brosio’s work has a very subtle humorous element that caught my attention, and I definitely appreciate his wit in combination with this awesome painting abilities. What the hell do you do when a giant octopus is just chilling on top of your house?