welkinlions:

Archangel Michael

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

(Fonte: vintagegal, via mademoiselle-lolita)

thepalestineyoudontknow:

A series of mash-ups by Basel Elmaqosui, pairing classic works by the masters with scenes from the street.

Mr. Elmaqosui inserted “The Card Players” by Cézanne into a photograph of men playing cards on a blanket in one of the United Nations schools that have sheltered thousands of displaced residents for weeks. He put Picasso’s “Child With a Dove” next to an actual dove — or perhaps a white pigeon — perched on one of the only walls that remain standing in the destroyed village of Khuza’a, in front of a Palestinian flag. Beside a Beit Hanoun neighborhood reduced to rubble, the figure in Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” howls. 

“Many of these drawings are related to our reality. They happened before in the world. It’s like they are happening again now.” He said.

See the article “ Artists’ Work Rises From the Destruction of the Israel-Gaza Conflict ” about his work in the New York times . 

(via goleyakh)

firsttimeuser:

America’s Children 1850-1930
stefanobrunesci:

Salleh Sparrow by Stefano Brunesci (unretouched)
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stefanobrunesci:

Salleh Sparrow by Stefano Brunesci (unretouched)

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rusticmeetsvintage:

Local Milk via Instagram 

rusticmeetsvintage:

Local Milk via Instagram 

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whitesoulblackheart:

Master of Monsters by Nathalia Suellen ©
For Nanda from her “Grandma” (⊙_☉)
(Please leave credit … Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ)

whitesoulblackheart:

Master of Monsters by Nathalia Suellen ©

For Nanda from her “Grandma” (⊙_☉)

(Please leave credit … Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ)

(via alan1969)