Abdul Mati Klarwein

This guy is insanely good…this ones called Bitches Brew.

Klarwein (April 1932-March 2002) was born in Germany and is a psychedelic artist of the 60’s whose work is influenced by surrealism as well as pop culture and his artworks reflect his penchant for depicting non Western deities and his interest in symbolism. 


Marc Tessier and Alexandre Lafleur Graphic Novels

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Fell in love with these novels instantly!

Each tale in The Theatre of Cruelty is a rollercoaster ride through hell and heaven, fueled by a quest to capture the truth through the power of imagination.

Tessier and Lafleur’s debut graphic novel collects four striking stories each prefaced with an original Tarot card illustration.

“The Sleeping Heart,” “The Theatre of Cruelty,” “The Lovers,” and “To Chandra from Surya” filter autobiographical fragments through the dream world, plumbing the depths of the psyche, mining the mythology of our collective unconscious.


A Wrinkle In Time

Edward Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl of Lytton

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Old School

The book begins with the line “It was a dark and stormy night,” an allusion to the opening words in Edward George Bulwer-Lytton‘s 1830 novel Paul Clifford. Im sure almost everyone has read this book in middle school, i know i did and i loved it. I also found it kind of funny that the school system would let middle schoolers read such a trippy ass book. I havent read all the books in the series but i defenitely recommend it, they are out of this world…


My Heart Is A Drummer

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This song is from Allo Darlin’

This song has a nice cute melody and the music videos real cute and funny too….


Alice In Wonderland Music Video

LADYTRON TOMORROW MUSIC VIDEO

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This is an awesome beat with different audio and video takes from the movie composed into one music video.

 

 

 


African Sonata

Musical Instruments

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the detail in this painting is amazingly good. i just recently realized that there were music notes in the clouds and sky…. every living thing had something to do with a musical instrument.

 

The trumpeting of the elephants is a sound of rejoicing that erupts with the appearance of their king, their master. The elephants call other animals and birds to celebrate, with the occasion being life itself! Voices of the creatures obedient to the challenge blend into the polyphonic oratorio of joy and exultation that swells until it resonates throughout the heavens. It is fitting that elephants should lead this symphony. When the world was young, the elephant had strength and power over all. He also embodied wisdom, longevity, loyalty, tolerance, and compassion. Sound is the path into the cosmos, where the individual timbres and voices are as important as the entire universal orchestra. In Greek tradition, a lyre made from antelope horns was the instrument of Apollo, the god of prophecy and music. Playing it, Orpheus tamed wild animals, and charmed trees and mountains. According to Hindu doctrine, when Krishna played the flute, the cosmos started to move and creation of the world began.


Book of Books

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I dont think i could ever begin to describe this painting in any way, no words can describe my reaction or knowledge of such a painting as harmonic looking and sweet as this, even though its a little daunting with the wings sticking out of the pages.

Symbol of divine revelation. On the Greek mosaic of XI century is represented Christ, holding in hands the Bible. As asserts Borges (Jorge Luis Borges. Letters of God) any book is a ramified labyrinth and, going on it, it is always possible to encounter the Book of the Books. Translucent, nacreous colors emphasize virgin purity of image of Mary holding baby Jesus, wings of the butterfly behind her personify the soul aspiring to the blue skies. Symbolism of the picture where the figure of Virgin Mary seemingly merges with the Book of Books, associates with figurativeness of the fresco “Annunciation” pictured by Italian master of Early Renaissance Fra Angelico. It represents Archangel Gabriel appearing before Maria as she was absorbed in reading the Bible – the passage in the Book of Isaiah, where was spoken about the virgin who will give birth to the son.


Cracked Egg….

Colouring pencils

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i feel that when you look at a certain piece of art, it moves you in a certain way. whether its good or bad who knows but it gives you feeling and opens a world that, until then might have been closed.

When i look at the sunrise in the mornings, i always get reminded of this painting… i cant tell if its a sunset or sunrise, but i like to believe the latter. Either way this painting speaks very loud to me…

The egg symbolizes the rising Sun and the beginning of life. In many myths about the creation of the world, a cosmic egg is laid by a giant bird in a formless, ancient ocean. The egg splits into two and the sky and the earth appear from the halves of it, while the sun is seen in the yolk. You can see in the picture that the newborn Sun still hasn’t taken its final shape yet. Shreds of primary matter continue to stream from the burning sphere rising over the ocean. According to Polynesian myth, the Hawaiian Islands were born from such an egg


Girl painting with her hair (via thekevinchen)

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who would have ever thought it possible…

Girl painting with her hair Oh my goshdarngiddlygoodness.  This is just so wacked out in a good way. I’d buy one of those.  The painting, I mean. … Read More

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Official TRON Legacy Soundtrack Daft Punk Poster (via )

Daft Punk

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I Want This so Bad!!!!!

Official TRON Legacy Soundtrack Daft Punk Poster  For the release of the official TRON Legacy Soundtrack there will also be a special edition poster. Produced by none other than Daft Punk, which most of you should know by now, the two French musicians of course also appear on the poster to the album, which changes in the dark. via: highsnobiety

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