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Oh Angie

She’s literally gotten more stunning with age

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itsstuckyinmyhead:

Siblings and Tumblr

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supersonicart:

Nychos in Hamburg.

Nychos recently put up an epic new mural in Hamburg for the Knotenpunkt 14 Urban Art Festival.

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Bohdan Burenko-"One day I came across pictures of the soldiers injured during the First and Second World Wars, their faces were completely mutilated by wounds. Some parts of their faces were just absent. The surgeon made everything possible in order to restore the faces of soldiers, they were patched with tissues from other parts of the body. They were given terrible wooden dentures for the face. I have never seen more grotesque and disturbing images. My stomach was filled with fear, and my heart was hanging in the terrible emptiness. At this point, I experienced a terrible inconvenience and discomfort. The image of these poor fellows landed down in my head for a long time. Later I realized what a powerful catalyst of emotions the destruction of the form is. I merged the idea of ​​creating destructive portraits with my style and eventually a cycle called "Gentlemen" appeared.
Visual image plays a major role in my creative work. I am trying to achieve the maximum emotional impact on the viewer with its help. For me, the person is the main theme and the main subject of art, so I depict portraits of people and human figures. I explore the nature of human existence, the relationships of people, human drama. In order the portrait to be as expressive as possible, I spend a lot of time searching for the ideal shape, and later I spend lots of time on its destruction. Correct forms or accurate representation of reality is a boring and uninteresting occupation for me. It seems to me that there is a special appeal in ugly and wrong objects. It’s hard for me to look away from the person with disabilities. I feel dreary, uncomfortable, but I can not stop looking at such a person. In my opinion, the ugliness and destruction are catalysts of strong feelings and they are also serious instruments to influence the viewer. Art should act as the causative agent, a kind of a kick, and it does not matter what kind of emotions the viewer really experiences. The most important thing is that he does not remain indifferent, and all means are good in this respect.”
Bohdan Burenko-"One day I came across pictures of the soldiers injured during the First and Second World Wars, their faces were completely mutilated by wounds. Some parts of their faces were just absent. The surgeon made everything possible in order to restore the faces of soldiers, they were patched with tissues from other parts of the body. They were given terrible wooden dentures for the face. I have never seen more grotesque and disturbing images. My stomach was filled with fear, and my heart was hanging in the terrible emptiness. At this point, I experienced a terrible inconvenience and discomfort. The image of these poor fellows landed down in my head for a long time. Later I realized what a powerful catalyst of emotions the destruction of the form is. I merged the idea of ​​creating destructive portraits with my style and eventually a cycle called "Gentlemen" appeared.
Visual image plays a major role in my creative work. I am trying to achieve the maximum emotional impact on the viewer with its help. For me, the person is the main theme and the main subject of art, so I depict portraits of people and human figures. I explore the nature of human existence, the relationships of people, human drama. In order the portrait to be as expressive as possible, I spend a lot of time searching for the ideal shape, and later I spend lots of time on its destruction. Correct forms or accurate representation of reality is a boring and uninteresting occupation for me. It seems to me that there is a special appeal in ugly and wrong objects. It’s hard for me to look away from the person with disabilities. I feel dreary, uncomfortable, but I can not stop looking at such a person. In my opinion, the ugliness and destruction are catalysts of strong feelings and they are also serious instruments to influence the viewer. Art should act as the causative agent, a kind of a kick, and it does not matter what kind of emotions the viewer really experiences. The most important thing is that he does not remain indifferent, and all means are good in this respect.”
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noxfae:

Bluebells by Trees & Castles on Flickr.

noxfae:

Bluebells by Trees & Castles on Flickr.

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