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HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES
Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 
republicx:

HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES
Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 
republicx:

HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES
Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 
republicx:

HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES
Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 
republicx:

HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES
Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 
republicx:

HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES
Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 

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HORYON LEE’S OVERLAPPING IMAGES

Korean artist Horyon Lee’s pieces are classified as paintings, although they look much closer to photography. The suggestive and dynamic of his overlapping images, skirt flirts in this case with a highly erotic component, make them visually delightful. 

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likegoodomens:

“In the winter of 2011, photographer and furniture designer Ana Kraš flew from her home in Belgrade, Serbia, to Los Angeles, where she’d been sent by a European magazine to photograph artist-musician Devendra Banhart. Within five minutes, he asked her to marry him. Despite her initial impulse to flee, she stayed—and the two have been together ever since.”

I will settle for this and nothing less.

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theparisreview:

Second evening poem — 31 Oct. ’64

To set things right—

that I am divided, do not know
any certainty of where I am—

that if the body loved goes into the mind’s back pasture
it is not from fulness and a one with the world,
but from despair

Love holds all over my naked body in the bed
going with the eyes into the trees or grass
never removes

The spirits of Love
fuck in my room
All hallows Eve.
They come to my bed

in the darkness where the eyes can see nothing,
and the body—

Kenneth Irby. Photography credit Linda Brownlee.

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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: The Works of Artist and Filmmaker Jan Švankmajer

His name is Jan Švankmajer and he is probably hands down the most creative, disturbing, artistic movie director who has ever lived.

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"the past was something he could see, but not touch."

In The Mood For Love, 2000 by Wong Kar Wai

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