Talk about pretty in pink 😍 ⠀ ⠀ @ZakvanBiljon ’s infrared photography elevates our natural world to mythical heights.
Our Earth is fragile, do your part in caring for our home 🌎⠀ ⠀ Image via @helloemilie
No butts about it 🍑 ⠀ ⠀ "Greetings from Utopia" (2013 ) was a collaborative photo shoot between @JimmyMarble & Amanda Jasnowski
@DavidPuckArtist makes beautiful use of negative space with portraits emerging from pop-colored backgrounds
forever inspiring art-making ⠀ ⠀ Image via @Paddle8
Give us a twirl 💗 ⠀ ⠀ New Museum II by @dovneon
Shoot your shot 💥⠀ ⠀ Sculpture by Yinka Shonibare via @theartling
Enthralled by the masks of @threadstories ⠀ ⠀ "Once the mask is photographed or filmed that exploration of form and movement is finished for me and the physical mask is ready to be deconstructed and reconstructed. Reworking the masks over and over allows me to push ideas forward at a faster pace, I get more satisfaction from being experimental rather than precious"
primped and ready for the week--let's go!⠀ ⠀ Image Credit: @paulfuentes_design
Summer vibes brought to you by @helobirdie_art
Some Sunday blues photography by @joehancockphoto
An interior we wouldn't mind chilling in by @andy dxn
This bold and playful image is one of twenty plates Henri Matisse created as part of his book of cut-outs titled "Jazz." Best known for pioneering the Fauvism movement, Matisse began deviating from his signature style later in life. Nearly blind, Matisse began using scissors to "paint" and other unconventional means to express his creativity. These new pieces featuring flat, abstracted forms against large areas of saturated color would later influence the "hard-edge" artists of the 1960s. ⠀ ⠀ Icarus, Henri Matisse, 1946 via @arthistoryfeed
Friday's got us feeling all sorts of happy, like the celebratory skeletons in "Danse Macabre (Dance of Death )" by @coutobros
In awe of the stunning photography of @Maria Svarbova 🏊
Ya'll, this sculpture is made using bronze and glass 😮 "Rain" by Nazar Bilyk⠀ ⠀ “The name of the work is ‘Rain,’ which seems clear and obvious at first glance. However, it is quite broad and has several meanings. Chiefly, it is dedicated to the inner dialogue of a man with himself; it expresses interrogation of a man in search of senses, unanswered lifetime questions. That’s why the man is holding his head up."⠀ --Nazar Bilyk⠀ ⠀ Image via @art upon.contemporary
For Joan Miró, blue symbolized the world of cosmic dreams ⠀ Joan Miró, Bleu II, 1961. (Part II of a triptych )⠀ ⠀ “The spectacle of the sky overwhelms me. I’m overwhelmed when I see, in an immense sky, the crescent of the moon, or the sun. There, in my pictures, tiny forms in huge, empty spaces. Empty spaces, empty horizons, empty plains—everything which is bare has always greatly impressed me.” --Joan Miro
Unbelievable underwater installation, "Crossing the Rubicon" by Jason deCaires Taylor [ @jasondecairestaylor ] ⠀ ⠀ Part of Museo Atlantico, "Crossing the Rubicon" consists of 35 figures walking towards an underwater wall and entrance, a boundary between two realities and a portal to the Atlantic Ocean. The wall, which is part organic, part industrial, stretches 30 metres long and 4 metres high and contains a single rectangular doorway at its centre. The wall emphasises that the notion of ownership and territories are irrelevant to the natural world. In terms of increasing patriotism and protectionism the wall aims to remind us that we cannot segregate our oceans, air, climate or wildlife as we do our land and possessions. The work aims to mark 2017 as a pivotal moment, a line in the sand and reminder that our world’s oceans and climate are changing and we need to take urgent action before its too late⠀ ⠀ Repost via @durmoosh
In 2017, Taipei hosted the Summer Universiade and hyped the event through a series of metro transformations that transported commuters into sporting venues.⠀ ⠀ The decoration of each subway car was focused mainly on the floors, which reselmbled swimming pools, soccer fields, race tracks, and basketball courts. ⠀ ⠀ Image via @avant arte
Awash in blue 💋 We're suckers for blue hues across the spectrum, what colors move you?⠀ ⠀ Amazing print by Joe Webb via @Artsy
Awe-inducing or anxiety-inducing? Both? We love "Tide Palette" by @anthonysamaniego 🌊
Artist @messymsxi 's installation is an awareness call towards the ignored plight of Mumbai's coasts. Presented as part of @StartIndia urban art festival in 2017, "plastic ocean" was sewn together from 400 kilograms of plastic sourced with the help of Banyan Nation, giving visitors a glimpse of life as a fish.⠀ ⠀ Repost @designboom
Camsize and friend, Ravine-Sèche, Haïti by street artist @Seth_GlobePainter ⠀ ⠀ Seth's distinct style uses the theme of childhood and relies on the individual or collective imagination – local gods, myths, or tales – to contextualize his narratives. Children become guides into his visual manifestations with their innocence often set in contrast to difficult social, political and geographical situations.