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Ryohei Hase Artworks 

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In Japan, the word “cute” or kawaii can be stamped on just about everything when it comes to aesthetics. Cute dogs, dolls, cartoons and cars are the accepted standard. Now picture human bodies with wolf heads tearing each other apart. Pigs crowded around a dinner table salivating over their roasted brethren. Japanese artist and Tokyo resident Ryohei Hase illustrates beautifully disturbing scenes with obsessive detail. Cannibalism is at times a running theme in his work. Using Photoshop and other software, Hase creates digital art that almost challenges traditional painting if not coexisting without notice. Take a look at some of his work below.

daveofthedead:

I’ll never nap right after watching “Bee and Puppycat” again!
pacino84:

Bee and Puppycat #4 cover by Zac Gorman
You don’t realize how alone you are until you’re staying up every night thinking about things you should never think of and you cant tell anybody because you have nobody to tell. 4:26am
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plantkid:

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Yarn Bombing

1. Tank Blanket . Military tank, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2. Urban Knitting . Pothole coaster, Paris, France.

3. Groovy Bus . Artist Madga Sayeg yarn-bombed this bus in Mexico City, Mexico.

4. Cozy Patterns . Bike rack, Orinda, California.

5. Artist at Work. Yarn bomber Madga Sayeg works on a bus in Mexico City, Mexico.

6. Gun Cozy . Another piece by artist Madga Sayeg; this one is in Bali, Indonesia.

7. With a Little Help. Firefighters add knit cherry blossoms to a tree at Joy Kogawa House in Vancouver, Canada.

8.Crochet Blossoms. A close-up of the cherry tree at Joy Kogawa House in Vancouver, Canada.

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Illustration by Jo In Hyuk
witchesofmars:

by Miles Teves
so-basically-larry:

"I see what it’s like for Day and Night, never together, ‘cause they see things in a different light."
hattercharles:

Something simple between projects.

Henrik Aarrestad Uldalen (1986) “is a self-taught artist whose creative production revolves around classic figurative painting, presented in a contemporary manner. Henrik explores the dark sides of life, nihilism, existentialism, longing and loneliness, juxtaposed with fragile beauty. The atmosphere in his subject matter is often presented in a dream or limbo-like state, with elements of surrealism. His focus on atmospheres rather than narratives and realism leaves his painting open for many interpretations.”
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