Cleverly Insane
Welcome to insanity, where color is a symptom of creativity
Cleverly Insane
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artchipel:

Beppe Giacobbe (Italy)
Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts.  Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe’s palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily. Beppe’s work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that United Airlines currently includes his work in their illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli’s classics. Beppe loves illustrating children’s books… his depictions of city noises for Clang Clang!, was just published by Simon & Schuster. Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Beppe Giacobbe | artist found at red-lipstick]
artchipel:

Beppe Giacobbe (Italy)
Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts.  Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe’s palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily. Beppe’s work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that United Airlines currently includes his work in their illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli’s classics. Beppe loves illustrating children’s books… his depictions of city noises for Clang Clang!, was just published by Simon & Schuster. Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Beppe Giacobbe | artist found at red-lipstick]
artchipel:

Beppe Giacobbe (Italy)
Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts.  Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe’s palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily. Beppe’s work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that United Airlines currently includes his work in their illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli’s classics. Beppe loves illustrating children’s books… his depictions of city noises for Clang Clang!, was just published by Simon & Schuster. Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Beppe Giacobbe | artist found at red-lipstick]
artchipel:

Beppe Giacobbe (Italy)
Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts.  Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe’s palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily. Beppe’s work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that United Airlines currently includes his work in their illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli’s classics. Beppe loves illustrating children’s books… his depictions of city noises for Clang Clang!, was just published by Simon & Schuster. Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Beppe Giacobbe | artist found at red-lipstick]
artchipel:

Beppe Giacobbe (Italy)
Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts.  Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe’s palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily. Beppe’s work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that United Airlines currently includes his work in their illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli’s classics. Beppe loves illustrating children’s books… his depictions of city noises for Clang Clang!, was just published by Simon & Schuster. Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Beppe Giacobbe | artist found at red-lipstick]
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nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Jason Dodge - Darkness Falls on Rue du Fief 40, 77760 Boissy-Aux-Cailles, France, 2010
candles, lighbulbs, matches, lighters, flashlights
dim. var.
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zenfabulous:


Jenny HolzerDie fast and quiet…(from the Survival Series) 1990.
screenprint on brushed aluminum
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wildbliss:

sshithappenss:


The difference between Freedom & Slavery is one thin line.

woah.

my jaw literally dropped wow
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timelightbox:

Photo: Joachim Ladefoged—VII
A Place I Knew So Well: Joachim Ladefoged Looks Back at His Childhood Homes
Shortly after 9/11 and the birth of his first child, award-winning photographer Joachim Ladefoged stepped away from conflict reportage and spent a decade revisiting the homes he knew as a child in Denmark.
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Erika Sanada
1. See Me Now?
2. Itchy
3. Peeling
4. Let Them In
5. My Turn
6. I’m Listening
Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Erika Sanada
1. See Me Now?
2. Itchy
3. Peeling
4. Let Them In
5. My Turn
6. I’m Listening
Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Erika Sanada
1. See Me Now?
2. Itchy
3. Peeling
4. Let Them In
5. My Turn
6. I’m Listening
Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Erika Sanada
1. See Me Now?
2. Itchy
3. Peeling
4. Let Them In
5. My Turn
6. I’m Listening
Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Erika Sanada
1. See Me Now?
2. Itchy
3. Peeling
4. Let Them In
5. My Turn
6. I’m Listening
Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Erika Sanada
1. See Me Now?
2. Itchy
3. Peeling
4. Let Them In
5. My Turn
6. I’m Listening
Via
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actegratuit:

Scott Scheidly’s Pink!
actegratuit:

Scott Scheidly’s Pink!
actegratuit:

Scott Scheidly’s Pink!
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wkdart:

Someone’s taking animal crossing a little too seriously
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Bold & Brash S. Tentacles, 2001