inneroptics:

John Wayne -Phil Stern

inneroptics:

John Wayne -Phil Stern

inneroptics:

John Belushi mug shots for “The Blues Brothers”, Mary Ellen Mark 1979

inneroptics:

John Belushi mug shots for “The Blues Brothers”, Mary Ellen Mark 1979

thewomb:

Logos by Anagrama

asylum-art:

Oleg Oprisco photography

on Behance, Artist on Tumblr,  facebook

Oleg Oprisco, an inspirational 26-year-old photographer from Lviv, Ukraine, has developed a beautiful unique style of surreal photographs with astonishing girls in dramatic landscapes. What is perhaps most surprising about his work is that the artist doesn’t use any fancy cameras and lenses – just good the old Kiev 6C and Kiev 88 film cameras.

The photographer likes film photography because it makes one appreciate the importance of every single frame and it makes seeing the final result all the more magical.
© All images courtesy of the artist

asylum-art:

 Oleg Oprisco photography

on Behance, Artist on Tumblr,

Kiev-based artistic photographer Oleg Oprisco beside simple magic applies some surreal practices to his works. Some of you in Saint-Petersburg can have a chance to study magician photography from him later this month, follow him on Livejournal, Flickr or 500px

© All images courtesy of the artist

caleatkinson:

The return of Batman and Bear-Robin!
This time the dynamic duo faces off against the diabolical Penguin! :)

View their last adventure here: 
http://caleatkinson.tumblr.com/post/81902536580/the-adventures-of-batman-and-bear-robin-in-gif

asylum-art:

Below The Surface Of Architectures

Agency Saatchi &Saatchi Russia has made illustrations campaign for the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, entitled “Below The Surface”. Through the visuals, we discover the fictional undersides of different famous buildings. A production by Carioca Studio, to discover

asylum-art:

Papercut Installation by UfoCinque

on Flickr

Matteo Capobianco, aka Ufo5, was born in Novara in 1981. Originally an active member of the Italian writing scene, he gradually began to embrace a more extensive definition of street art while completing his design studies at the Politecnico of Milan.

As a firm believer in the endless possibilities of the mural as a communication tool, Matteo began to experiment with different techniques beyond the restrictions that writing as a codified subculture was putting in place.

Central to Ufocinque’s vision is his layering tehcnique: each element blending traditional painting techniques with a project-oriented attitude in which multiple levels of interpretation are intertwined together. Form is never detached from function as they are sustaining each other to create an effortlessly beautiful world.