L'iconoclaste

Pillage graphique compulsif
et
partage massif d'images.

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Night meeting - Ferdy Remijn

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The first 3 pages of Belleville Story by Vincent Perriot

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Switch on the lights

"I love to draw at night. I feel like I am between the real world and my own Dreamland. In the past year I made a lot of drawings, sketches and illustrations, so I decided to collect most of them in a book,NOCTURNE. Every one of these drawings is a mood, a sensation, a dream or just an image stacked in my head. I tried to put all those feelings in colors. It is the sublimation of my different states of mind.”

Thomas Campi

Here is the link if you’d like to help the artist realise his project : NOCTURNE

"I love to draw at night. I feel like I am between the real world and my own Dreamland. In the past year I made a lot of drawings, sketches and illustrations, so I decided to collect most of them in a book,NOCTURNE. Every one of these drawings is a mood, a sensation, a dream or just an image stacked in my head. I tried to put all those feelings in colors. It is the sublimation of my different states of mind.”

Thomas Campi

Here is the link if you’d like to help the artist realise his project : NOCTURNE

"I love to draw at night. I feel like I am between the real world and my own Dreamland. In the past year I made a lot of drawings, sketches and illustrations, so I decided to collect most of them in a book, NOCTURNE. Every one of these drawings is a mood, a sensation, a dream or just an image stacked in my head. I tried to put all those feelings in colors. It is the sublimation of my different states of mind.”

Thomas Campi

Here is the link if you’d like to help the artist realise his project : NOCTURNE

Mat Collishaw

Insecticide

2006-2009

C-type photo on dibond

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WILLIAM HERBERT DUNTONWagon BossOil on Canvas25” x 18”
Wojciech Kossak, Wounded Cuirassier with a Girl, 1908
F.A.A.
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