This is an interesting mix between a photo of a face and dripping water on a wall. The face blends beautifully in with the drippings. The smudges on the face add the final touches the face needed to match.

Dark photo manipulations by Giorgia Napoletano

Giorgia Napoletano is an Italian photographer/photo-manipulator who blends dark themes of body metamorphosis and obscure digital alterations. Despite her young age and entering college, she’s been pub (Mix Colors Art)

"Mirror" by Tigran Tsitoghdzyan

New York, NY artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan

Amazing Saatchi Online Artist: Tigran Tsitoghdzyan - Oil painting, "Mirror", S)

umbrella art installation in melbourne

UMBRELLA ART INSTALLATION in Melbourne. Check out the site to see other examples of umbrellas as art media in installations around the world.

wallpaper through the years

Oh how I wish I would have done this when we first started on our walls. Such a great idea! :) wallpaper through the years (photo by charles linden)

Ai WEIWEI - Map Of China #sculpture

lafilleblanc: Ai Wei Wei Map of China, 2010 (via) shape of usa or maybe a preferred state?

Carnaby Street July, 1967

Photographs by Simos Tsapnidis, at Carnaby Str. More photos in our archives, all in Hig.

Comb   Solokaha Barrow, 4th century BC    In composition this comb, which was found during the excavations of Solokha Barrow, recalls the facade of a Greek temple with a colonnade made up of its 12 teeth, a triangular fronton with three battling warriors, and a frieze of five reclining lions.

Scythian golden comb, State Hermitage Museum Comb with a Scythians in Battle Late - early century BC

Beethoven frieze(detail)16 (1902), Oil by Gustav Klimt (1862-1918, Austria)

“Nothing thicker than a knife's blade separates happiness from melancholy.” ― Virginia Woolf,painting by Gustav Klimt

Oil Paintings of Anonymous Women by Female Artist: Amy Judd

Oil Paintings of Anonymous Women by Female Artist: Amy Judd


Gustav Klimt Beethoven Frieze The Longing For Happiness Reading Girl From The Sufferings Of The Poor Man