TheBlackmailerChronicles
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TheBlackmailerChronicles
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maxwell-114:

Last session on this one. 1 year and a half, 60 hours and 15 sessions. Other pics and close ups coming soon. Thanks Tom :). #mandala #arm #tattoo #dots #lines #dotwork #dotworkers #blackwork #blxckink #blackworkers #maxwell_114
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thisisthehorrorshow:

Squares arrangement
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travelthisworld:

Beauty of Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey | by Steffi-Helene
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asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
asylum-art:

Mixed-Media photographs by Amber Isabel

mixed-media photographs of young Dutch artist . Amber Isabel sees the use of beauty as a means to temporarily deny the chaos and incompleteness of daily reality.At first glance her images convey a sense of serenity, inviting the viewer in. Once inside the calmness appears unbearable to her struggling subjects.
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asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
asylum-art:


Gerry Judah paintings
Judah’s works could be more accurately described as a hybrid between paintings, sculpture and architectural models. Near the death-spreading epicenter of the canvases, hang unnerving ruins of miniaturized settlements and buildings that have met their inglorious end. Parts are still erected but deprived of the direction builders would have given them. Instead, they come out horizontally from the canvas, and their bones stretch to meet our still breathing bellies – an ominous act but more likely, a disguised hope for human touch.
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ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
ir-iee:


Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

omg yes! wanna learn how to do this😍
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quick-cashing:

fyeahkozueakimoto:

after Undercover show, paris fashion week

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