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15th September 2014

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15th September 2014

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14th September 2014

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Animals Painted On Delicate Feather Canvases by Jamie Homeister

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Jamie Homeister, a folk artist from New Albany, Indiana, paints exquisite portraits of animals and birds on the most unusual canvas – feathers. Her magnificent featherwork is influenced by her Canadian heritage, but she also depicts themes from Native American culture.

Jamie receives the feather that she works on from the people who commission her to paint images of their birds – the same ones that actually shed the feathers. “I do much of it by commission – many of my parrot-feather paintings depict the parrots from whom the feathers themselves fell,” the artist explains.

“I’ve always been intrigued by the lifestyles of all those who walked this Earth before us, so feather painting just always made sense to me,” Jamie said. “Featherwork is incredibly humbling media. The feathers splice, buckle, splinter and shed under the weight of paint.”

12th September 2014

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7th September 2014

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Escultura - Chris Cooksey USA

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Escultura - Chris Cooksey USA

7th September 2014

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Steampunk cake …

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Steampunk cake …

7th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Nature's Paintbox with 41 notes

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Ásmundarstakkur - A Sea Stack West of Sandvík, Faroe Islands, Føroyar - Sea Cliffs (by Eileen Sandá)

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Ásmundarstakkur - A Sea Stack West of Sandvík, Faroe Islands, Føroyar - Sea Cliffs (by Eileen Sandá)

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7th September 2014

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Fulmini in mare by Giancarlo De Luca | (Website)

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Fulmini in mare by Giancarlo De Luca | (Website)

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7th September 2014

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JamyvZ aka Jamy Van Zyl (South Africa) - Connecting, 2013     Drawings

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JamyvZ aka Jamy Van Zyl (South Africa) - Connecting, 2013     Drawings

3rd September 2014

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Only a very few people can be independent: it is a prerogative of the strong. And when independence is attempted by someone who has the right to it, but does not need it, we have proof that this man is probably not only strong, but bold to the point of recklessness. He ventures into a labyrinth, he multiplies life’s inevitable dangers a thousandfold, and not the least among these is the absence of any person to see how and where he is going astray, becoming isolated, being rent apart piece by piece in the cave of some Minotaur of the conscience. Assuming that such a person perishes, he perishes so far away from the understanding of human beings that they do not feel it or feel it for him – and he cannot go back again! Not even to the pity of humans!
— Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil (via whyallcaps)

27th August 2014

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26th August 2014

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26th August 2014

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