After Beltran’s visit, some of my restrictions were lifted. I was not allowed to speak to Etude and had no idea where in the cavernous dungeons he was being held—the same dungeons where the Eye […]
“Forests have been shaped by human processes over thousands of years and include ancient woodlands, timber forestry, wildlife reserves, and protected areas. As such, the forest represents the confluence of nature, culture, and human activity. […]
French digital artist Alexandra Bach makes fantastical photo manipulations. Find more on her ArtStation page.
The Atlantic’s Photos of the Week are a perpetually shocking reminder to me that it’s a great big world after all, and not just a human one, and that the nightly dramas being played on […]
In 2000, boxes of photographs were discovered in a warehouse in Los Angeles. The pictures, which numbered in the thousands, were all taken in the line of duty by LAPD police officers between 1925 and […]
When, in my artistic travels, I come across an image that inspires a potent setting or intriguing character, I save it in a separate file. While those files don’t grow at the rate they used […]
Le Cadavre (1894) – Felix Vallotton Xteriors VIII (2004) — Desiree Dolron Happily Ever Cadaver (2013) — Grave Robbin’ Sam Hardy-har-har… Paintings like Felix Vallotton’s “Le Cadavre” (1894) are important in the history of […]