asylum-art:

Tom Pfannerstill:  From the Street

Louisville, Kentucky-based artist Tom Pfannerstill creates amazing works of art that look like trash, and not just any trash, but actual pieces of litter that he actually found and picked up. For an ongoing series entitled From the Street, Pfannerstill uses the trompe l’oeil technique to paint flat pieces of wood so that they become uncanny likenesses of discarded objects and disposable containers, everything from a smashed boxes of Animal Crackers and Cracker Jack to a beat-up old baseball cap.

jeffstockwell: weekend getaway in Yosemite 

black-boys:

Jamier Boatman by Frederic Cisneros

black-boys:

Jamier Boatman by Frederic Cisneros

littlecatlady:

oarv:

vaginal opening / cave opening


nature

littlecatlady:

oarv:

vaginal opening / cave opening

nature

(Source: erikolson.ca)

gardenhoseenema:

Prue Stent
theswinginsixties:

Nancy Sinatra

theswinginsixties:

Nancy Sinatra

(Source: thebeat-les)

leslieseuffert:

Katrin Korfmann (Berlin) “Ariel Images”

magictransistor:

Arthur Rackham, Jorinda & Joringle (Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm), 1911.

(Source: coltre)

(Source: lotus-flow3r)

ethareal:

I could stare into this water forever