priscillama:

penetrates:

decimator:

minutemade666:


yama-bato:

Ito SHINSUI ( 1898 - 1972 )
 Washing the Hair ( aka Tresses )
” A large print ( 49.3 x 35 cms; 19.5 x      13.75 inches ) published in 1953 to celebrate the artist’s being made an      “Intangible Cultural Property” in 1952. Shinsui supervised the printing and      a mica ground was used, the usual symbol of a special edition. The figure      closely follows the right-hand figure on his painted two-fold screen called      Tresses ( 1949 ). The quality and simplicity harks back to his finest early      work. Number 28 of a limited edition published by the Commission for the      Protection of Cultural Properties, Tokyo and cut and printed by the Japanese      Association for Publishing Woodblock Prints.”
source:http://www.japaneseprints-london.com

Lemon Backpack

Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)
blastedheath:

Wei Jia (Chinese, b. 1975), Sleepless City, 2007. Oil on canvas, 200 x 300 cm.
blastedheath:

Mao Lizi (Chinese, b. 1950), Withered Lotus, 2010. Acrylic on canvas, 192.8 x 130 cm.
melissalunar:

 by Melissa Lunar