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Tumblr I need your help.

I’ll have a booth at CTNx again this year and I’m planning on selling some prints from Yuri and the Golden Plum (I’m looking into a way to sell them online after the expo as well). Unfortunately it’s not economical to make prints of every image I have for the project, so I have paired the group down to these images, of which I want to bring about four.

I would love it if folks would leave a comment indicating which image they would like most (1-7). This would be a big help thanks so much.

I’m going to do the same thing with another project next week.

Thanks in advance,

Noah

Thank you all so much, I think I’ll need to bring more than 4!

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humanoidhistory:

“Quarta musculos commonstrantium figura, omnes in posteriori corporis.” 1543 anatomical illustration, engraving by Jan Stephan van Calcar. 
(Library of Congress)

humanoidhistory:

Quarta musculos commonstrantium figura, omnes in posteriori corporis.” 1543 anatomical illustration, engraving by Jan Stephan van Calcar. 

(Library of Congress)

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uggly:

Grand Staircase, SS Paris
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (French Line)
1921

uggly:

Grand Staircase, SS Paris

Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (French Line)

1921

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asylum-art:

Animated GIFs and surreal mechanical heads by Sholim aka Milos Rajkovic

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The Animated GIFs of surreal mechanical heads the Serbian artist Milos Rajkovic, aka Sholim, based in Belgrade, who creates animated collages happily mixing famous people and advertising icons with elements of many different photographs…

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asylum-art:

 Christian Gaillard

 One cannot but admire the extravagant costumes worn by toreros, which echo the flamboyant style of 19th-century dandies and are meticulously embroidered using shiny golden and silver thread — thus earning them the name ‘suit of lights’ (or ‘traje de luces’ in Spanish).   in a detailed, almost photorealistic style. Influenced by the style of Spanish master Diego Velázquez, Gaillard’s subjects are placed against a dark background with their backs turned to the viewer, thus making their dazzling costumes the centre of attention.

Christian Gaillard’s impressive paintings are currently on display at the Connoisseur Art Gallery in Hong Kong, as part of the artist’s third solo exhibition in the city titled ‘De Luz’ (16-28 October, 2014)