unclegrumpy:

Rerun from the November 2010 archive, please feel free to look around back there…

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stripeszine:

Jesse Treece

Where are you from?   Born and raised in Seattle, Wa.

How long have you been working with collage?   I think it was late 2009 when I really started getting into it. Before that I used to draw and doodle on everything.

Do you have a favourite source to gather materials from?  I use National Geographic a lot but I try to mix it up. I have some great old books and magazines that I pick up at thrift stores. My most recent finds are books on gems and New Zealand, and some 70’s issues of Family Circle.

How do you think of your images? (Is it spontaneous, a vision, etc?)  I’ve been working very spontaneously lately and making these sort of minimal psychedelic landscapes that are populated less with people and more with otherworldly shapes, colors and vegetation. 

Favourite books?   I’m reading lots of graphic novels and comics right now but some favorite books from the last few years are The Wind-up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami, Neuromancer by William Gibson, The Child Garden by Geoff Ryman, The Valis trilogy by Philip K. Dick.

See more of his work here

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hipinuff:

Henri Matisse (French: 1869-1954), The Acrobates,1954, Lithograph.

coldraresteaksandwich:

Slovenly Betsy illustration, Walter Hayn 1911
severed foot

coldraresteaksandwich:

Slovenly Betsy illustration, Walter Hayn 1911

severed foot

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thirdorgan:

Marián Čunderlík (Alovakia, 31. január 1926, Motyčky - 1. október 1983, Demänovská dolina)

Žena s džbánom 1958

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Anna Toman

Tumblr: http://anna-toman.tumblr.com/

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: ale bertoncello

Tumblr: http://alebertoncello.tumblr.com/

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: ale bertoncello

Tumblr: http://alebertoncello.tumblr.com/

transistoradio:

Frank Nitsche (b.1964), BOT-18-2004 (2004), oil on canvas, 160.2 x 200.6 cm. Collection of Tate, UK. Via Tate.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Beata Chrzanowska. Just Friends, 2013. Acrylic on canvas. 29 x 41”.

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