sfmoma:

Lovin’ these tiny ink-wash people that artist + SFMOMA employee Tim Svenonius painted on our office’s wall for the staff art show. There are hundreds of ‘em wandering the blank whiteness of the hallway, reminding us to take our time and slow down. :)
blue-voids:

Nicola Samori - Sensa Titolo, 2011
ufansius:

Dew Drops on Peony - Hanne Lore Koehler

nevver:

Marc Johns
What The Powerpuff Girls did was generate a world of identifiable and progressive characters and plot lines — and then market it all as a children’s show. These were not just two-dimensional omnipotent beings, but girls with multifaceted personalities and tendencies to fall apart, go too far or even be beaten. You don’t see that in Jem or Josie and the Pussycats. Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup were as fallible, competent and hilarious as other characters were bland, beautiful and impossibly talented.
- The Powerpuff Girls, the most important cartoon in feminist history, is coming back  (via policymic)

(Source: micdotcom, via runfast-sugarcane)




artchipel:

Fuco Ueda -「秘密の花園 1 」Secret flower garden 1. Acrylic &Japanese Mineral colors &Shell powder on Canvas, 420x297 mm (2006)