I'm Jeff, a 21 year old art student at Salisbury University. This blog is a random compilation of my thoughts, and images I find enjoyable. If you would like to know more about me just ask.

kalikardashian:

thelilnan:

OH FOR FUCK’S SAKE

OKAY

AJAX SOAP

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THEIR SLOGAN IS “STRONGER THAN GREASE”

AND I WAS LIKE OKAY YEAH MAKES SENSE FOR A DISH SOAP- WAIT

AJAX WAS A GREEK SOLDIER RENOWNED FOR HIS STRENGTH

AJAX IS STRONGER THAN ALL OF GREECE

someone who worked at ajax has literally waited 66 years for you to get this

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likeafieldmouse:

Sol Lewitt - Incomplete Open Cubes (sculptures & studies, 1974)

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(Source: perv-kami, via bumsaregreat)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Surgically Altered Ceramics by Beccy Ridsdel

UK-based artist Beccy Ridsdel creates fun yet strangely macabre interventions where ceramics have been surgically altered to reveal additional layers of detail. Where the metaphor of surgery might normally evoke blood and guts, Ridsdel instead reveals further floral patterns inside bone china plates and cups. The pieces are part of an ongoing examination regarding the perception of ceramics as craft or art. You can see more of her work over on Facebook and she has a few pieces for sale in her shop. (via Slow Art Day)

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teamfreesnuggles:

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artforadults:

 submitted, sweet!

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sketchbook

italianartsociety:

Filippo Brunelleschi died on this day in 1446 in Florence. Today recognized as the father of Early Renaissance architecture, Brunelleschi began his career as sculptor, famously losing the competition to create bronze doors for the Florentine Baptistry to Lorenzo Ghiberti. Despite this early setback, Brunelleschi would find great success in Florence as an architect, above all for his design to vault the great choir of the city’s new cathedral. Other important projects include the redesign of San Lorenzo and Santo Spirito and the entry loggia for the Ospedale degli Innocenti. Brunelleschi’s refined classicism, based on intense study in Rome, provided a new architectural vocabulary for Florence that would be repeated and reinvented throughout the Renaissance by numerous Italian architects.

Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401-2, gilded bronze, Bargello, Florence

Crucifix, 1412-13, polychromed wood, Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Cupola, 1418-36, Cathedral, Florence

San Lorenzo, views of old sacristy, nave, and aisle, 1421-40, Florence

Ospedale degli Innocenti, begun ca. 1419, Florence

Santo Spirito, 1434-82, Florence

Death Mask of Filippo Brunelleschi

(via goodolarthistory)

workman:

jasonvancedickason:
Untitled
oil on paper
12”x 15”
2014

workman:

jasonvancedickason:

Untitled

oil on paper

12”x 15”

2014

themed by coryjohnny for tumblr