SISSYPUNKY
SISSYPUNKY
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Q: i'm assuming youre the owner of this post? post/12585147366/eat-you-all-bitches-more-art-works ... i'm using it for inspiration in my year 12 photography course and i'd like to know a) if you dont mind me using it and if you dont mind b) what's your name seeing as youre the artist :) x
Asked by alwaysbea-utiful
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l-amour-a-trois:

Tim Biskup
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5to1:

Danny Trejo
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happy birthday to my love..!!
More art works
sissypunky.com / Flickr
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thecoolsumist:

SICKSYSTEMS X NIKE SPORTSWEAR ‘THE WOLF’ SCULPTURE 
The recent opening of Nike’s latest Sportswear store in Moscow at the end of last month saw the creative project titled The Wolf by Moscow-based graphic designer Aske AKA Sicksystems. This multilayer plywood sculpture features the design aesthetics of the Air Force 1 Duckboot transforming into the head of a menacing wolf. With dimensions at 86 x 112 cm, this acrylic painted sculpture captures the very essence of when fashion meets art.
thecoolsumist:

SICKSYSTEMS X NIKE SPORTSWEAR ‘THE WOLF’ SCULPTURE 
The recent opening of Nike’s latest Sportswear store in Moscow at the end of last month saw the creative project titled The Wolf by Moscow-based graphic designer Aske AKA Sicksystems. This multilayer plywood sculpture features the design aesthetics of the Air Force 1 Duckboot transforming into the head of a menacing wolf. With dimensions at 86 x 112 cm, this acrylic painted sculpture captures the very essence of when fashion meets art.
thecoolsumist:

SICKSYSTEMS X NIKE SPORTSWEAR ‘THE WOLF’ SCULPTURE 
The recent opening of Nike’s latest Sportswear store in Moscow at the end of last month saw the creative project titled The Wolf by Moscow-based graphic designer Aske AKA Sicksystems. This multilayer plywood sculpture features the design aesthetics of the Air Force 1 Duckboot transforming into the head of a menacing wolf. With dimensions at 86 x 112 cm, this acrylic painted sculpture captures the very essence of when fashion meets art.
thecoolsumist:

SICKSYSTEMS X NIKE SPORTSWEAR ‘THE WOLF’ SCULPTURE 
The recent opening of Nike’s latest Sportswear store in Moscow at the end of last month saw the creative project titled The Wolf by Moscow-based graphic designer Aske AKA Sicksystems. This multilayer plywood sculpture features the design aesthetics of the Air Force 1 Duckboot transforming into the head of a menacing wolf. With dimensions at 86 x 112 cm, this acrylic painted sculpture captures the very essence of when fashion meets art.
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thisisnixofficial:

GRAFFITI LAB. = Seeing Han Solo Carbonite Freeze on a building.. nothing short of EPIC! -iLOVE it.

I can’t believe this is real!!! is it real!?!?!?!?
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alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
alecshao:

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford, Closed Contact
“She presses her skin against glass to disfigure and manipulate it, emphasizing her negative body image.”
Via
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sarahblood:

damn mine are vertical so this would just look stupid.
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I like you but I don’t like your looking in twin light…
I like you but I don’t like your looking in twin light…
I like you but I don’t like your looking in twin light…
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I like you but I don’t like Love & Other Drugs…
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Cocoon Exhibition Print by Von
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Berlin based photographer Kate Bellm
Berlin based photographer Kate Bellm
Berlin based photographer Kate Bellm
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typeworship:

Eureka Tower Car Park Signage, Melbourne, Australia
At first glance this wouldn’t seem to be the most glamorous design brief, “Design signage for a concrete car park”, and at first glance these ‘signs’ might not look that unusual but emerystudio and Axel Peemöller collaborated to make this fantastic wayfinding system. 
This award winning piece of work was inspired by the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini who specialises in one-point-perspective installation paintings. The colourful, bold type ensures that the signs stand-out just at the moment a driver approaches from the right angle, meaning they are also context sensitive.
typeworship:

Eureka Tower Car Park Signage, Melbourne, Australia
At first glance this wouldn’t seem to be the most glamorous design brief, “Design signage for a concrete car park”, and at first glance these ‘signs’ might not look that unusual but emerystudio and Axel Peemöller collaborated to make this fantastic wayfinding system. 
This award winning piece of work was inspired by the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini who specialises in one-point-perspective installation paintings. The colourful, bold type ensures that the signs stand-out just at the moment a driver approaches from the right angle, meaning they are also context sensitive.
typeworship:

Eureka Tower Car Park Signage, Melbourne, Australia
At first glance this wouldn’t seem to be the most glamorous design brief, “Design signage for a concrete car park”, and at first glance these ‘signs’ might not look that unusual but emerystudio and Axel Peemöller collaborated to make this fantastic wayfinding system. 
This award winning piece of work was inspired by the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini who specialises in one-point-perspective installation paintings. The colourful, bold type ensures that the signs stand-out just at the moment a driver approaches from the right angle, meaning they are also context sensitive.
typeworship:

Eureka Tower Car Park Signage, Melbourne, Australia
At first glance this wouldn’t seem to be the most glamorous design brief, “Design signage for a concrete car park”, and at first glance these ‘signs’ might not look that unusual but emerystudio and Axel Peemöller collaborated to make this fantastic wayfinding system. 
This award winning piece of work was inspired by the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini who specialises in one-point-perspective installation paintings. The colourful, bold type ensures that the signs stand-out just at the moment a driver approaches from the right angle, meaning they are also context sensitive.
typeworship:

Eureka Tower Car Park Signage, Melbourne, Australia
At first glance this wouldn’t seem to be the most glamorous design brief, “Design signage for a concrete car park”, and at first glance these ‘signs’ might not look that unusual but emerystudio and Axel Peemöller collaborated to make this fantastic wayfinding system. 
This award winning piece of work was inspired by the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini who specialises in one-point-perspective installation paintings. The colourful, bold type ensures that the signs stand-out just at the moment a driver approaches from the right angle, meaning they are also context sensitive.
typeworship:

Eureka Tower Car Park Signage, Melbourne, Australia
At first glance this wouldn’t seem to be the most glamorous design brief, “Design signage for a concrete car park”, and at first glance these ‘signs’ might not look that unusual but emerystudio and Axel Peemöller collaborated to make this fantastic wayfinding system. 
This award winning piece of work was inspired by the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini who specialises in one-point-perspective installation paintings. The colourful, bold type ensures that the signs stand-out just at the moment a driver approaches from the right angle, meaning they are also context sensitive.
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oh…yeah…!!!!