paintings, pussies, boobies, asses and art. Because fuck you, that's why.

suicidegirls:

Euphemia Suicide

suicidegirls:

Euphemia Suicide

So many souls… Lol

So many souls… Lol

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suicide—love:

Helll guys! The August avatar contest has begun!! The four options are:

  • Alicee (blonde hair)
  • Fennek (redhead & dreads)
  • Luna (pink and brown hair)
  • Sawa (light pink hair)

As always, you know you can vote here or in this same post if allowed. Voting closes July 2nd! Who will be the new avatar girl?

asylum-art:

Fantaisy Digital Paintings by Cyril Rolando

artist on tumblr

A clinical psychologist by day, Cyril Rolando (aka AquaSixio) spends his free time creating beautifully surreal, digital artwork that portray fantastic scenes and worlds.

1337tattoos:

Sasha Masiuk

1337tattoos:

Sasha Masiuk

girrlscout:

Time to go out. Have a nice Friday night 😘

girrlscout:

Time to go out. Have a nice Friday night 😘

pixography:

Takato Yamamoto ~ “Heisei Esthiticism”

Japanese artist Takato Yamamoto’s self described “Heisei Esthiticism” style casts figures reminiscent of the work of Victorian pornographer Franz von Bayros in their creative positioning and playful use of space within their scenarios.  As with a lot of Japanese art, there is a blatant sexual and often sadistic undertone that sees his subjects restrained, wounded, gagged and bound yet unblemished, posed and beautiful.

His recurring use of objects like skulls and skeletons, eyeballs and severed heads as ornaments in fabulously detailed and intricately opulent and patterned backgrounds reveal a fascination with sex and violence as beautiful aesthetic phenomena rather than topics of morality and he depicts these themes as subjects of sophisticated titillation. These are not problematic, shallow cartoons of sinister pornography. They are staggering and complex visual records of voyeuristic and psychological fascination drawn from an eclectic range of culturally significant sources.

Human suffering is not the point-beauty in pain/pleasure and child-like curiosity in the sinister and the grotesque is the focus of Yamamoto’s sumptuously detailed paintings.  Exquisitely illustrating themes of bondage, seductive darkness, metamorphosis and death, Yamamoto’s rich work adorns the covers of novels and magazines and nourishes a side of our minds that is often denied and repressed.   <source>

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