Jo's Playground Looking forward to seeing all of you wacky folks at SDCC 2011 in a few weeks. I have a couple of events scheduled including ta-da! "Spotlight on Jo Chen" hosted by non other than my Dark Horse editor, Scott Allie. Plus some signings at the Dark Horse and Image booths. Don't Say Cat Inviaci file di qualsiasi tipo purché suscitino ilarità! (o raffigurino ragazze maggiorenni in abiti succinti). L’importante è che tu ne sia l’autore: ci piace che i contenuti siano sempre e solo originali! Scrivici a firstname.lastname@example.org e allega il tuo materiale in alta risoluzione (max 5 mega per ogni mail). Provvederemo a fare di te il nuovo Martufello. collaborazioni occasionali Puoi inviarci materiale di qualsiasi tipo, una volta nella vita o anche tutti i giorni.
Shalinka on deviantART Вздох, крик отчаяния и вновь слезы. — ориджинал Если встретите грамматическую или стилистическую ошибку в тексте, пожалуйста, выделите ее мышкой и нажмите CTRL+ENTER. Вздох, крик отчаяния и новая волна слез накатывает словно цунами, сносящее все на своем пути: смывая чувства, ломая стены, оголяя нервы, оставляя наедине с морем боли и правды, которую так долго пытался забыть. Сумасшедший мир врывается в сознание ураганом, унося все маски в неизвестность, показывая истинное лицо, почти забытой под вечным господством притворства и ролей. Sensibilities - Myths and Legends of Russia: the Illustrations Let us have more pictures, shall we? Several of us are experiencing December blues and quite unable to rouse ourselves to the spirit of the season. I hope these may provide a few moments' entertainment at the very least. I never did manage to post these illustrations here.
Deceit – Badman Silence Deceit – Badman Silence (Video) Keep you inspired follow ShockBlast Admin / September 19, 2011 / 18:30 sandara on deviantART Gustave Doré Art Images Enigma, Gustave Doré Gustave Doré was a world famous 19th century illustrator. Although he illustrated over 200 books, some with more than 400 plates, he is primarily known for his illustrations to The Divine Comedy, particularly The Inferno, his illustrations to Don Quixote, and Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. These art images include Doré's illustrations to The Divine Comedy, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Perrault's Fairy Tales, Don Quixote, Paradise Lost, Contes Drolatiques, Fables de La Fontaine, Tennyson's Elaine, and others. Latest additions: Added Leviathan to the Bible images.
i_seldom_do some in-progress teaser pics of my 'Hajimari' solo show coming up at Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY this coming Saturday. will post full images of all pieces after opening night happens. ;) John Bauer Art: Trolls, Fairy Tales and Folk Tales - Swedish (18 Welcome to the John Bauer page with images from Sagovarld (Great Swedish Fairy Tales, Swedish Folk Tales), Our Fathers' Godsaga. The Swansuit, Lapp Folk will appear here as I add them so check back. Latest: and . About Art Passions: Art Passions began a tribute to artists whose work I grew up, and whose work has meaning for me personally. The list of artists on artpassions.net, including recent additions to the site, as well as other information are available on the . E-cards Click on any gallery image to send it as an e-postcard to a friend.
Emily Carroll My name is Emily Carroll, and I was born in June of 1983. I grew up in London (Ontario) but moved to Vancouver for work after graduating Sheridan College's Classical Animation program. I have since moved back to Ontario, and now live in Stratford with my wife, Kate Craig. Portraits of Chinese Rockstars Imagined as Monumental Temples Chinese artist DU Kun has long harbored a reverence for music and rockstars. A musician himself, the Beijing-based painter is awed by the creation of music, aspects of fame, and the intangible aura of being a revered rockstar, something he tries to capture is these temple-like portraits of famous Chinese recording artists titled “Revels of the Rock Gods”. Each oil painting depicts the face of a musician as if it were a temple built in devotion to a god and borrows elements from Buddhist and Confucian architecture. Eyes are depicted as windows, tree branches or waterfalls as flowing hair, and the surface of skin as ornate wood facades gilded with gold. Kun is currently exhibiting the “Revels of the Rock Gods” series as part of his first solo show in Japan at Mizuma Art Gallery in Tokyo through February 13, 2016. You can explore close-up details plus an archive of Kun’s work on his website.