Axe me anything   ----- A collection of things that inspire My Art

pankurios-templeovarts:

Classic illustrations by the maestro John Albert Bauer (1882-1918).

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fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Soda cans produced between 1930’s to 1970’s.

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Soda cans produced between 1930’s to 1970’s.

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xombiedirge:

Criterion Collection - Scanners artwork by Connor Willumsen

Criterion’s newly, restored 2K digital film transfer, supervised by director David Cronenberg, is out on Blu-ray. It’s jam backed with head exploding extras, not to mention eyeball melting exterior and interior artwork. Available HERE.

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snubpollard:

Incidentally, Wild 7 is about criminals who are recruited to be cops so as to murder other criminals because the rule of law is a sissy lie, grow up! Mochizuki has done variations on the concept for over forty years, but only six volumes’ worth of material has ever been legitimately released in English - by ComicsOne, back in the early ’00s. Most people just remember the anime OVA from 1994-95.

(Wild 7, Mikiya Mochizuki c. 1969)

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elosilla:

Juan Giménez is one of my favorite artists. His illustrations are a pleasure to look at, and if you have time, please, read “The Metabarons”  a treasure of sci-fi comic. (*)

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jordanelse:

Albrecht Dürer, Triumphal Arch (Arch of Maximilian I), printed from 192 woodblocks (1515-17, 1526-28, 1559) and painted (?),  9’ 8” by 11’ 8.5”.

jordanelse:

Albrecht Dürer, Triumphal Arch (Arch of Maximilian I), printed from 192 woodblocks (1515-17, 1526-28, 1559) and painted (?),  9’ 8” by 11’ 8.5”.

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snubpollard:

(Wild 7: Another Hiba, Mikiya Mochizuki c. 2002)

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