iamnowhere
I take pictures and make films. These are a few things that make my breath catch.
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asylum-art:

Intricate and Mysterious photography by Christine Muraton

on deviantART

French photographer Christine Muraton has an extraordinary talent for capturing hauntingly stunning photographs that convey intriguing stories. Inspired by literature, classical studies, philosophy, and psychology, the photographer creates highly atmospheric portraits that are often visually and conceptually ambiguous. Figures are blurred, obscured, or have their backs turned to the viewer, concealing identities by never fully revealing their faces. Subjects blend into unreal landscapes, raising further questions of who they are and what they’re doing in such fantastic places.

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asylum-art:

Larice Barbosa aka l b

on behance, Facebook, Tumblr

Larice Barbosa is a design student and photographer from Brazil.

This is a project that combines the click of a camera shutter with the ink of Larice’s great illustrations.

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mymodernmet:

Boston-based artist Ethan Murrow creates beautifully detailed graphite drawings that blur the lines of reality.

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mymodernmet:

Using just pencil and pen, 20-year-old artist Gabriel Picolo draws incredible artwork in his Moleskine notebook, creating intriguing visual narratives that draw the viewer in.

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enoqi:

Sparkling World, by Piao Zhen (朴缜)

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The Chinese landscape painter ZHANG BU was born in 1934. He started as a newspaper editor and became, over the years, one of the best known painters of this genre.
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