asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.
asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor
 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.

asylum-art:

Kevin Earl Taylor

 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.

(asylum-art gönderdi)

Alengirilidurumlar #izmir #alsancak #sail #song #video #art (dünya’da)

2headedsnake:

Daliah L. Ammar 2headedsnake:

Daliah L. Ammar 2headedsnake:

Daliah L. Ammar

saldamli:

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Haykırdı tüm gece kadın…

Sevdi gün boyu en kutsal mahremi,

Yeniden haykırdı şuursuz bakışlarıyla,

Ve şehir, tıkadı kulaklarını görgü kurallarıyla

Mesaisi doldu kadının güneş doğduğunda,

Gösterdi tüm marifetini bir ağaç dalına,

Bir ağaç dalı utandı kadının parmaklarında,

O hak…

saldamli:

Boş sayfaları doldurmakla geçiyor ömür

Her yeni yaşam, karalıyor bomboş sayfaları

Tüm bilginler, akıl hocaları, siyaset adamları,

“Karala!” diyor içi boş temiz sayfaları

Neyin, neden olduğunu anlamadan doluyor sayfalar

Hiyerarşi, altın yaldızlar karalatıyor kimilerine,

Kimileri, kendi…

saldamli:

Tanrıyı terk ettiğim günü hatırlıyorum.
Hava soğuktu.

Ne zaman bir çağrışım tetiğini çekse cevapladığımı sandığım ama aslında üstünü örttüğüm soruların tanrıya dair, bir tünele girdiğimi hissederim ben.

Zihnimi kamaştıran metalik gıcırtılar eşliğinde bir vagon kalkıp içimde bir yerden,…

penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha
penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha

penguenkisss:

ağzım açık gözlerim pörtlek okuduğum bi post daha

(tirtilisevenadam gönderdi)

insanlar jpg-10 #izmir #alsancak #körfez #photograph

altincaginisigi:

Affetme, ruhsal arınmanın hem başlıca aracı hem de amacıdır. Affetme tüm deneyimlerimizin sevgiye dönüştüğü noktadır. Sevgiye dönüşen her deneyimin karmik döngüsü de sona erer. Yani geçmişte ekilen bir enerji artık sevgiye dönüşmüştür. Böylelikle bu deneyimin tekrar yaşanmasına gerek kalmaz. Sık…

(sevimligudubetblog gönderdi)

akşam sefası çiçeğim vardı soldu #alilidar #alengirlişiir #şiir #ali #izmir

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art
artist on tumblr 
David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

asylum-art:

David Altmejd Art

artist on tumblr

David Altmejd is a sculptor born in Montreal, Canada. He currently lives and works in New York.

“When I work, the body is like a universe where I can lose myself. It is a metaphor for the landscape, nature and the mountains”, Altmejd has said. The Healers (2008), another sculpture over two metres high which is formed of wood, foam, plaster and burlap, shows wildly overlapping figures and figurative fragments – hands, wings, kneeling and kissing figures, rendered as if in the midst co-dependent, sexually charged physical agony.
Equally reminiscent of baroque compositions representing the descent of the cross as well as of 19th-century public bronze sculptures commemorating battle massacres, Altmejd’s elaborate tableau, mixing handmade craft with the illusion of a digital freeze-frame palimpsest, evokes a mood of constant alchemical mutation.

(asylum-art gönderdi)

asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.
asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods
A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.

asylum-art:

Gene Guynn :a life in the woods

A Life in The Woods. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. this is his photography. the majority of this work is on film, and developed by gene in his darkroom.

(asylum-art gönderdi)

insanlar-jpg9 (Eski Foca’da)

yorgunuz kaptan foça insan dolu bizde köprü altı yaşıyoruz artık #foça #izmir #dog #photograph #art

kamu oyuna sunuyorum hangi manzara güzel körfez mi rakı balık mı #izmir #körfez #alsancak #karşıyaka (Alsancak’da)