crysse:

le petit peuple

crysse:

le petit peuple

bebber:

My Head Is Slowly Exploding

bebber:

My Head Is Slowly Exploding

taracphillips:

Working on a new series.
(Tara Phillips)

taracphillips:

Working on a new series.

(Tara Phillips)

jrartist:

Just received another great image from this @insideoutproject in Bangladesh. They did this Inside Out last year in a region I have never been to.
This is what they wrote to go with the photo : 

«This action is in honor of the millions of women working in the Bengali garment industry: leading the struggle for socio-economic justice in one of the world’s poorest, and most densely populated countries now synonymous with sweatshops. Earlier this year (2013), the Rana Plaza collapse killed over 1,100 workers and became the second deadliest building collapse in history, next to 9/11. The installation went up on the waterfront of Dhaka’s largest slum village, Korail, on Sept. 13th, 2013. Home to over 150,000 rural-to-urban migrants attempting to move into the city and out of poverty, the houses covered with prints are actually garment workers.The eyes look up into the high rise lofts of two of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the capital, ‘we’re watching you.’ The message is Dignity In Industry.»

jrartist:

Just received another great image from this @insideoutproject in Bangladesh. They did this Inside Out last year in a region I have never been to.
This is what they wrote to go with the photo :

«This action is in honor of the millions of women working in the Bengali garment industry: leading the struggle for socio-economic justice in one of the world’s poorest, and most densely populated countries now synonymous with sweatshops. Earlier this year (2013), the Rana Plaza collapse killed over 1,100 workers and became the second deadliest building collapse in history, next to 9/11. The installation went up on the waterfront of Dhaka’s largest slum village, Korail, on Sept. 13th, 2013. Home to over 150,000 rural-to-urban migrants attempting to move into the city and out of poverty, the houses covered with prints are actually garment workers.The eyes look up into the high rise lofts of two of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the capital, ‘we’re watching you.’ The message is Dignity In Industry.»

cross-connect:

Graffiti & Illustration from Smithe.

HF

rock-artwork:

"Looking For A Good Fighter" by Thomas B. Rock Artwork

rock-artwork:

"Looking For A Good Fighter" by Thomas B. Rock Artwork

(via artforadults)

camilladerricoart:

Camilla d’Errico “The Forge Machine” wood panel prints

camilladerricoart:

Camilla d’Errico “The Forge Machine” wood panel prints

pinuparena:

By Akekarat Sumachaya

erdalinci:

Stumblers , Istanbul , 2014

erdalinci:

Stumblers , Istanbul , 2014

pinuparena:

By Antonio De Luca

pinuparena:

By Antonio De Luca