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Barbara Kruger : You Are NOT YOURSELF ('83/84) - FRAGMENTED, BROKEN MIRROR, TENSION, NEGATION OF IDENTITY: Cultural Theory of schizophrenic subject (POSTMODERN) and dissolution of self

Barbara Kruger : You Are NOT YOURSELF ('83/84) - FRAGMENTED, BROKEN MIRROR, TENSION, NEGATION OF IDENTITY: Cultural Theory of schizophrenic subject (POSTMODERN) and dissolution of self

E.A. Séguy, a French artist, created these prints of insects in the 1920s and sold them in pattern books to others who might use them for inspiration in coming up with designs for textiles or wallpaper. Like other work in the Art Nouveau tradition, Seguy's images look to nature for inspiration, adopting a...

E.A. Séguy, a French artist, created these prints of insects in the 1920s and sold them in pattern books to others who might use them for inspiration in coming up with designs for textiles or wallpaper. Like other work in the Art Nouveau tradition, Seguy's images look to nature for inspiration, adopting a...

Textile artist, enigmatically named, Mr Finch. He creates the most exquisitely beautiful insects and creatures from scraps of recycled vintage tapestry:

Textile artist, enigmatically named, Mr Finch. He creates the most exquisitely beautiful insects and creatures from scraps of recycled vintage tapestry:

Mister Finch: Textile Artist Who Lives In a Fairytale World Juxtapoz // Monday, 05 Jan 2015. Moths-on-Books.jpg

Mister Finch: Textile Artist Who Lives In a Fairytale World Juxtapoz // Monday, 05 Jan 2015. Moths-on-Books.jpg

Artist Anne ten Donkelaar heals damaged butterflies by giving them new wings made of a variety of materials including gold, old maps, roots, threads and embroidery. Although the butterflies are no longer alive, they are given a new lease on life with their interesting new wings which are both beautiful and intricately designed. Donkelaar, who is inspired by nature and found objects, has created a stunning series by creatively reviving these delicate insects.

Artist Anne ten Donkelaar heals damaged butterflies by giving them new wings made of a variety of materials including gold, old maps, roots, threads and embroidery. Although the butterflies are no longer alive, they are given a new lease on life with their interesting new wings which are both beautiful and intricately designed. Donkelaar, who is inspired by nature and found objects, has created a stunning series by creatively reviving these delicate insects.

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Taiwan, Kaohsiung | roxiehart666 | acidkidz tattoo | black and grey | thigh | vintage rose tattoo

Taiwan, Kaohsiung | roxiehart666 | acidkidz tattoo | black and grey | thigh | vintage rose tattoo