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

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Guido Mocafico
Portraits of Modeled Glass Street Creatures created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka
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staceythinx:

Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza
staceythinx:

Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza
staceythinx:

Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza
staceythinx:

Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza
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An artist in collaboration with a MIT researcher has created a series of sandcastles etched onto individual grains of sand.
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nevver:

Nothing sentimental, Arturo Medrano
nevver:

Nothing sentimental, Arturo Medrano
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cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
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artchipel:

Mark Wagner (b.1976, USA)
Mark Wagner was born quietly in the rural Midwest at the tail end of thirteen children. Since leaving the sandbox at the age of fourteen, he has continued his creative career in the fields of writing, collage, and bookmaking. His creative production includes work in many media: from writing and artist bookmaking to drawing, collage, and assemblage. In whatever media employed he has a tendency toward meticulous production and solid graphic presentation. Usually fantastical, occasional surreal, and often interdisciplinary - Wagner is satisfied only when concept and craft meet on equally firm footing.
The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock, covered in decorative filigree, and steeped in symbolism and concept. Blade and glue transform it-reproducing the effects of tapestries, paints, engravings, mosaics, and computers—striving for something bizarre, beautiful, or unbelievable… the foreign in the familiar.
Wagner’s work is collected by dozens of reknonw institutions.
[more Mark Wagner | artist found at exhibition-ism]
artchipel:

Mark Wagner (b.1976, USA)
Mark Wagner was born quietly in the rural Midwest at the tail end of thirteen children. Since leaving the sandbox at the age of fourteen, he has continued his creative career in the fields of writing, collage, and bookmaking. His creative production includes work in many media: from writing and artist bookmaking to drawing, collage, and assemblage. In whatever media employed he has a tendency toward meticulous production and solid graphic presentation. Usually fantastical, occasional surreal, and often interdisciplinary - Wagner is satisfied only when concept and craft meet on equally firm footing.
The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock, covered in decorative filigree, and steeped in symbolism and concept. Blade and glue transform it-reproducing the effects of tapestries, paints, engravings, mosaics, and computers—striving for something bizarre, beautiful, or unbelievable… the foreign in the familiar.
Wagner’s work is collected by dozens of reknonw institutions.
[more Mark Wagner | artist found at exhibition-ism]
artchipel:

Mark Wagner (b.1976, USA)
Mark Wagner was born quietly in the rural Midwest at the tail end of thirteen children. Since leaving the sandbox at the age of fourteen, he has continued his creative career in the fields of writing, collage, and bookmaking. His creative production includes work in many media: from writing and artist bookmaking to drawing, collage, and assemblage. In whatever media employed he has a tendency toward meticulous production and solid graphic presentation. Usually fantastical, occasional surreal, and often interdisciplinary - Wagner is satisfied only when concept and craft meet on equally firm footing.
The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock, covered in decorative filigree, and steeped in symbolism and concept. Blade and glue transform it-reproducing the effects of tapestries, paints, engravings, mosaics, and computers—striving for something bizarre, beautiful, or unbelievable… the foreign in the familiar.
Wagner’s work is collected by dozens of reknonw institutions.
[more Mark Wagner | artist found at exhibition-ism]
artchipel:

Mark Wagner (b.1976, USA)
Mark Wagner was born quietly in the rural Midwest at the tail end of thirteen children. Since leaving the sandbox at the age of fourteen, he has continued his creative career in the fields of writing, collage, and bookmaking. His creative production includes work in many media: from writing and artist bookmaking to drawing, collage, and assemblage. In whatever media employed he has a tendency toward meticulous production and solid graphic presentation. Usually fantastical, occasional surreal, and often interdisciplinary - Wagner is satisfied only when concept and craft meet on equally firm footing.
The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock, covered in decorative filigree, and steeped in symbolism and concept. Blade and glue transform it-reproducing the effects of tapestries, paints, engravings, mosaics, and computers—striving for something bizarre, beautiful, or unbelievable… the foreign in the familiar.
Wagner’s work is collected by dozens of reknonw institutions.
[more Mark Wagner | artist found at exhibition-ism]
artchipel:

Mark Wagner (b.1976, USA)
Mark Wagner was born quietly in the rural Midwest at the tail end of thirteen children. Since leaving the sandbox at the age of fourteen, he has continued his creative career in the fields of writing, collage, and bookmaking. His creative production includes work in many media: from writing and artist bookmaking to drawing, collage, and assemblage. In whatever media employed he has a tendency toward meticulous production and solid graphic presentation. Usually fantastical, occasional surreal, and often interdisciplinary - Wagner is satisfied only when concept and craft meet on equally firm footing.
The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock, covered in decorative filigree, and steeped in symbolism and concept. Blade and glue transform it-reproducing the effects of tapestries, paints, engravings, mosaics, and computers—striving for something bizarre, beautiful, or unbelievable… the foreign in the familiar.
Wagner’s work is collected by dozens of reknonw institutions.
[more Mark Wagner | artist found at exhibition-ism]
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appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
appolinaryi:

awesome Gender-Bender by http://ripushko.deviantart.com
loool, i laughed x)
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thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]
[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]
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likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
likeafieldmouse:

Kour Pour (2011-13) - Acrylic on canvas over panel
1. Dragons & Genies
2. Dust
3. Heavenly Horses
4. Hunting Along the Silk Road
5. Labyrinth
6. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men
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likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."
likeafieldmouse:

Linda Alterwitz - While I am Still (2009-)
"Alterwitz’s photographic series While I am Still challenges the viewer to explore a disquieting escape of the mind amidst the physical body’s subjugation of testing inside a medical imaging machine. 
In these photographs, Alterwitz weaves together images of the human body derived from medical PET scans with landscapes and with images of fabrics, revealing ethereal figures in a raw and vulnerable state. The mind, wrestling with sadness, fear, and hope, retreats to a safe refuge. Alterwitz brings insight and awareness to the struggle and the resulting withdrawal of the inner mind. What remains is the unearthed soul desperately searching for a place of sanctuary.”
Artist’s statement: 
"As this project is ongoing, I am seeking donations of medical images to repurpose in my artwork. Although medical testing often originates from accident or illness, I feel that the work from the series can aid the process of healing, whether by understanding what lies beneath the surface of our bodies, or having the strength to confront one’s fears."