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Ich Bin Ein Auslander by Gustave Dore
Stickman Outlasts the Tornado
Dante's Inferno by Dante Alighieri, illustrated by Gustave Dore'
This is the telling of Dante's classic tale of his visit to hell in 1300. The original etchings of Gustave Dore' have been computer-enhanced to illustrate the story.
Picture in a Picture in a Picture in a Picture in a Picture
Portrait of Me Painted by a Fly
tunnel vision infinite inferno
Decapitated Giraffe Guillotine by Karel Thole
Assimilation of A Simulation by William Blake
The Great Below by Gustave Dore
Mickey Mouse Being Skinned Alive
I Was Up Above It | Now I'm Down In It | by Gustave Dora
Mickey Mouse Putting His Skin-Suit Back On
The Voyeur of Utter Destruction Art Noveau
I'm Afraid of Americans by Gustave Dora
Under The Sea by Gustave Dora
A Lasting Moment to Hold Onto | Karel Thole
Clint Eastwood's Head as Hot Air Balloon by John Everett Millais
crawl between the chromosome | intricate detail
solvent raining from the sky by Gustav Klimt
Crazy World of Weary Thought by Beksinski
burnt out shadows on the wall by Gustav Klimt
Broken Circles by Beksinski
Reflecting in the Alien's Chrome Eyes
I Push My Fingers Into My Eyes Morski
Fibonacci Sequence | Deep Space | Cosmic Imagery
floating free fall through boundless madness | Cosmic Imagery
Futuristic High Class Hillbilly Double-Decker Trailer Park
Believe The Impossible Is Possible by Beksinski
Each Small Candle Lights a Corner of the Dark by Gustave Dora
I sit upon this throne that throws me off | Oil Pastels
Running with Scissors by Gustave Dora
originally posted by: dollukka
a reply to: BrokenCircles
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For World Children's Day, we're featuring an aerial view of a larger-than-life painting on the summit of the Moléson in the Swiss Prealps. The 16,000-square-foot fresco is titled 'Un Nouveau Souffle' (A New Breath) and depicts a child blowing clouds toward the horizon. It was created by French-Swiss artist Saype—real name Guillaume Legros—who is known for his grassy graffiti around the world. The eco-friendly artist uses biodegradable paints made from natural pigments such as coal and chalk, so by the time you read this, his land art will have already disappeared into the soil.
Saype's mountaintop mural aims to inspire childlike wonder, which is an apt message for World Children's Day. Though there are numerous Children's Day celebrations around the globe, and on varying dates, the United Nations created World Children's Day—observed every November 20—to celebrate kids worldwide and to promote their welfare.
Realistic Landscape by Saype
A New Breath by Saype
Landscape by Saype