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Mon, 20th Aug — 117 notes
” Definitions are always quite liquid. I use my needle as if I were a sculptor. I move instinctively and I don’t think about the design of my work: I create straight away. ” – Aldo Lanzini (via Knitted Masks by Aldo Lanzini)
Mon, 20th Aug — 34 notes
Kristian Jones is a freelance illustrator / artist living in the centre of the UK just outside of sunny Birmingham, producing work for magazines, clothing ranges and working for various bands and clubnights on the Birmingham music scene crafting posters and artwork of an alternative nature. His style preys on the innocence of childhood imagination, surreal worlds and fictional creatures. (via Kristian Jones)
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(via Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Hybrid Creatures in X-Ray by Benedetta Bonichi)
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Bejeweled octopus centaurs, birdwomen and mermaids. Tumblr oldies but goodies, these fantastical x-rayed hybrid human-animals are the work of Italian artist Benedetta Bonichi. More of her work can be seen at her website, To See in the Dark. If you like Benedetta’s work, check out these gorgeous corset x-rays from 1908 and the raunchy 2001 x-ray art (NSFW!) of Wim Delvoye. (via Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Hybrid Creatures in X-Ray by Benedetta Bonichi)
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