Michael aka NVM Illustration - Fauna And Flora, 2014 Drawings
(Source: Flickr / est88)
Hsin Yao Tseng (b. 1986, Taipei Taiwan) - Evening at Hyde Street Paintings: Oil on Panel
The artist really is a magical figure whom we would all like to be like and don’t have the courage to be, because we don’t have the strength to be obsessive. Film is an art, a beautiful art. It’s a madness that overcomes all of us. We’re in love with it. Money is really not that important to us. We can work thirty-six, forty-eight hours straight and feel elated at the end of that time. I think film is magic! With the tools we have at hand, we really try to convert people’s lives! The idea of making a film is to package a lifetime of emotion and ideas into a two-hour capsule form, two hours where some images flash across the screen and in that two hours the hope is that the audience will forget everything and that celluloid will change lives. Now that’s insane, that’s a preposterously presumptuous assumption, and yet that’s the hope."
ARÉN, Olof (1918-2003)/ Motif from Uppsala, Sweden
Frits Thaulow (Norwegian, 1847-1906), Landsby i måneskinn [Town by moonlight], c.1897. Oil on canvas, 46 x 38 cm.
Alfred Stieglitz Painter Georgia O’Keeffe – Neck 1921
"I have a vision of life, and I try to find equivalents for it in the form of photographs." Alfred Stieglitz