Horváth Ágnes

Horváth Ágnes

Horváth Ágnes
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pinterest || ☓ oliviastromberg

pinterest || ☓ oliviastromberg

The Jealous Curator | Cats with tats… I mean, come on! LOVE! Now, that final image features a phoenix, but seeing how 2017 is the “Year of the Rooster” I’m going to pretend it’s a rooster. Go with it. This is the beautiful, and funny, work of California based tattoo artist Kazuaki Horitomo. I love the cats with their final tats in place, but I have to say those “tattoos-in-progress” make me laugh out loud …alone at my computer. So good.

The Jealous Curator | Cats with tats… I mean, come on! LOVE! Now, that final image features a phoenix, but seeing how 2017 is the “Year of the Rooster” I’m going to pretend it’s a rooster. Go with it. This is the beautiful, and funny, work of California based tattoo artist Kazuaki Horitomo. I love the cats with their final tats in place, but I have to say those “tattoos-in-progress” make me laugh out loud …alone at my computer. So good.

Cats in Art History by Eva

Cats in Art History by Eva

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MELUSINE.H Peter Adderley

MELUSINE.H Peter Adderley

Anna Hollerer

Anna Hollerer

Egon Schiele (Tulln 1890~1918 Vienna)

Egon Schiele (Tulln 1890~1918 Vienna)

Paul Klee (1879-1940): Figurine of the Colourful Devil (1927)

Paul Klee (1879-1940): Figurine of the Colourful Devil (1927)

Egon Schiele, Erwin Dominik Osen, 1910. Read our list of 5 things you might not know about Schiele here: http://www.anothermag.com/current/view/4096/Five_Things_You_Might_Not_Know_About_Egon_Schiele

Egon Schiele, Erwin Dominik Osen, 1910. Read our list of 5 things you might not know about Schiele here: http://www.anothermag.com/current/view/4096/Five_Things_You_Might_Not_Know_About_Egon_Schiele

Egon Schiele. Thin black continuous line forming the shape of man scrunched up folding in and over himself. Small parts of shading placed in darker areas done with a slightly darker brown compared to the background. Continued theme of the tea stained background with the minimal black on top again with little use of colours.

Egon Schiele. Thin black continuous line forming the shape of man scrunched up folding in and over himself. Small parts of shading placed in darker areas done with a slightly darker brown compared to the background. Continued theme of the tea stained background with the minimal black on top again with little use of colours.