Close this world, __ʇxǝu ǝɥʇ uǝdo
People goes to the movies to see films about great loves, great trips and things they would like to live in their lifes, but they doesn't. I don't need the mask. I don't pretend to live like this. I have the life i want to live, the life i desire and struggle to have. I don't give a shit about the way they look at me or what they think of me. I'm sorry i don't go to this kind of place to run away from my own life routine. I live great loves, great trips and stuff, and it isn't about money at all.
Close this world, __ʇxǝu ǝɥʇ uǝdo
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lonelyspelltoconjureyou:

yagazieemezi:
Get To Know: Artist André Hora
André Hora is a Brazilian/British artist and freelance illustrator whom I met in a chilly New York last year. At that time, we found ourselves in the company of Artist Tim Okamura during a personal interview regarding his popular paintings. On the rooftop of Tim’s art studio, André and I looked over at the city of Manhattan splayed out in front of us and it was there I learnt about his art. We discussed his different influences within the art world and I was so fascinated by his work that I later had to contact him for an interview.
Y: Can you tell us a little bit about your art? Some of your pieces have a distinct African flare to them. With the several cultural and identity labels within Brazil, have any of them affected you as an artist and in what ways?
André: I would define my art as narrative, especially the late works, almost all of which are telling a story, a myth or describing a day-to-day situation. On my early works we see a lot of faces and skulls – I was obsessed by the human head!  I didn’t attend a formal art school, although I learnt to draw at a very early age with my Dad (who is an architect), and since then I have attended several private lessons and workshops in Brazil, France and in the UK where I am based. I am drawn to Afro-Brazilian culture and particularly to Yoruba mythology as we find in Candomblé (a mixture of traditional Yoruba, Fon, Ewe and Bantu beliefs).  Not only because I come from Bahia, but because my great-great-grandmother was a slave. I was always fascinated by this ancestor of mine I knew so little about. So from my Portuguese, Native American and African origins, I find myself very influenced on my art by the latter – both aesthetically and philosophically.
(read more of the interview)
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
lonelyspelltoconjureyou:

yagazieemezi:
Get To Know: Artist André Hora
André Hora is a Brazilian/British artist and freelance illustrator whom I met in a chilly New York last year. At that time, we found ourselves in the company of Artist Tim Okamura during a personal interview regarding his popular paintings. On the rooftop of Tim’s art studio, André and I looked over at the city of Manhattan splayed out in front of us and it was there I learnt about his art. We discussed his different influences within the art world and I was so fascinated by his work that I later had to contact him for an interview.
Y: Can you tell us a little bit about your art? Some of your pieces have a distinct African flare to them. With the several cultural and identity labels within Brazil, have any of them affected you as an artist and in what ways?
André: I would define my art as narrative, especially the late works, almost all of which are telling a story, a myth or describing a day-to-day situation. On my early works we see a lot of faces and skulls – I was obsessed by the human head!  I didn’t attend a formal art school, although I learnt to draw at a very early age with my Dad (who is an architect), and since then I have attended several private lessons and workshops in Brazil, France and in the UK where I am based. I am drawn to Afro-Brazilian culture and particularly to Yoruba mythology as we find in Candomblé (a mixture of traditional Yoruba, Fon, Ewe and Bantu beliefs).  Not only because I come from Bahia, but because my great-great-grandmother was a slave. I was always fascinated by this ancestor of mine I knew so little about. So from my Portuguese, Native American and African origins, I find myself very influenced on my art by the latter – both aesthetically and philosophically.
(read more of the interview)
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
lonelyspelltoconjureyou:

yagazieemezi:
Get To Know: Artist André Hora
André Hora is a Brazilian/British artist and freelance illustrator whom I met in a chilly New York last year. At that time, we found ourselves in the company of Artist Tim Okamura during a personal interview regarding his popular paintings. On the rooftop of Tim’s art studio, André and I looked over at the city of Manhattan splayed out in front of us and it was there I learnt about his art. We discussed his different influences within the art world and I was so fascinated by his work that I later had to contact him for an interview.
Y: Can you tell us a little bit about your art? Some of your pieces have a distinct African flare to them. With the several cultural and identity labels within Brazil, have any of them affected you as an artist and in what ways?
André: I would define my art as narrative, especially the late works, almost all of which are telling a story, a myth or describing a day-to-day situation. On my early works we see a lot of faces and skulls – I was obsessed by the human head!  I didn’t attend a formal art school, although I learnt to draw at a very early age with my Dad (who is an architect), and since then I have attended several private lessons and workshops in Brazil, France and in the UK where I am based. I am drawn to Afro-Brazilian culture and particularly to Yoruba mythology as we find in Candomblé (a mixture of traditional Yoruba, Fon, Ewe and Bantu beliefs).  Not only because I come from Bahia, but because my great-great-grandmother was a slave. I was always fascinated by this ancestor of mine I knew so little about. So from my Portuguese, Native American and African origins, I find myself very influenced on my art by the latter – both aesthetically and philosophically.
(read more of the interview)
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
lonelyspelltoconjureyou:

yagazieemezi:
Get To Know: Artist André Hora
André Hora is a Brazilian/British artist and freelance illustrator whom I met in a chilly New York last year. At that time, we found ourselves in the company of Artist Tim Okamura during a personal interview regarding his popular paintings. On the rooftop of Tim’s art studio, André and I looked over at the city of Manhattan splayed out in front of us and it was there I learnt about his art. We discussed his different influences within the art world and I was so fascinated by his work that I later had to contact him for an interview.
Y: Can you tell us a little bit about your art? Some of your pieces have a distinct African flare to them. With the several cultural and identity labels within Brazil, have any of them affected you as an artist and in what ways?
André: I would define my art as narrative, especially the late works, almost all of which are telling a story, a myth or describing a day-to-day situation. On my early works we see a lot of faces and skulls – I was obsessed by the human head!  I didn’t attend a formal art school, although I learnt to draw at a very early age with my Dad (who is an architect), and since then I have attended several private lessons and workshops in Brazil, France and in the UK where I am based. I am drawn to Afro-Brazilian culture and particularly to Yoruba mythology as we find in Candomblé (a mixture of traditional Yoruba, Fon, Ewe and Bantu beliefs).  Not only because I come from Bahia, but because my great-great-grandmother was a slave. I was always fascinated by this ancestor of mine I knew so little about. So from my Portuguese, Native American and African origins, I find myself very influenced on my art by the latter – both aesthetically and philosophically.
(read more of the interview)
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
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swanqueensails:

New Neil Gaiman book for children features a princess being woken by a kiss from a queen.
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godeath: By Musubu Nakai
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lohrien:

Illustrations by Joanne Nam  tumblr l behance
lohrien:

Illustrations by Joanne Nam  tumblr l behance
lohrien:

Illustrations by Joanne Nam  tumblr l behance
lohrien:

Illustrations by Joanne Nam  tumblr l behance
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schettinisshit:

#illustration #inktober #artist on tumblr #art #brazil
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schettinisshit:

#illustration #artist on tumblr #art #brazil
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geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
geek-art:

#geekart Expo Banncars à Marseille grâce à Le Café Pixel ! Découvrez en live le formidable boulot de Bannister… Plus d’infos et d’images ici / Bannister art show in Marseille ! More here http://www.geek-art.net/bannister-art-show-by-le-cafe-pixel-marseille/ 
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withnailrules:

Caroline Andrieu
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racheldorisgregor:

Some of my #inktober drawings, all done with walnut ink.  
Follow my instagram for my daily inktober posts.  
Also just in general I’ve been more active there than here, it’s just so simple… ;_;  sorry Tumblr I will catch up some day.
racheldorisgregor:

Some of my #inktober drawings, all done with walnut ink.  
Follow my instagram for my daily inktober posts.  
Also just in general I’ve been more active there than here, it’s just so simple… ;_;  sorry Tumblr I will catch up some day.
racheldorisgregor:

Some of my #inktober drawings, all done with walnut ink.  
Follow my instagram for my daily inktober posts.  
Also just in general I’ve been more active there than here, it’s just so simple… ;_;  sorry Tumblr I will catch up some day.
racheldorisgregor:

Some of my #inktober drawings, all done with walnut ink.  
Follow my instagram for my daily inktober posts.  
Also just in general I’ve been more active there than here, it’s just so simple… ;_;  sorry Tumblr I will catch up some day.
racheldorisgregor:

Some of my #inktober drawings, all done with walnut ink.  
Follow my instagram for my daily inktober posts.  
Also just in general I’ve been more active there than here, it’s just so simple… ;_;  sorry Tumblr I will catch up some day.
racheldorisgregor:

Some of my #inktober drawings, all done with walnut ink.  
Follow my instagram for my daily inktober posts.  
Also just in general I’ve been more active there than here, it’s just so simple… ;_;  sorry Tumblr I will catch up some day.
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yandere-midori:

By aco
yandere-midori:

By aco