Clarisse d’Arcimoles - People Of Burma - Girl

Clarisse d’Arcimoles: The People Of Burma

On September 5, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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Burma, or Myanmar, is a country which has been closed off to the world at large for decades. The military junta and corrupt regime finally ended in 2012; the people are still crushingly poor...

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- Weyarn, Germany, St. Valerius skull detail. The elaborately decorated relic of the presumed martyr from the Roman Catacombs arrived in the town's monastery church in the early 18th century. An entire -

Exquisite 16th Century “Catacomb Saints” – Bones & Jewels

On September 5, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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Paul Koudounaris is an author and photographer from LA with a sly eye for the macabre and a PhD in Art History from UCLA. He has travelled extensively around Europe unearthing some of the most...

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David Irvine - Gnarled Branch - Last Supper

Brilliant “Re-Directed” Art By David Irvine

On September 3, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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David Irvine finds paintings in charity shops and lying around on street corners; then he breathes new life into them. He adds his own characters and vibes and improves the aging works of...

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Bolivian Photo Studio 18

PHOTOS: Bolivia’s Beautifully Tropical Family Portraiture

On September 1, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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In the tropical town of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, in Bolivia’s highlands, the indigenous migrant workers are particularly fond of portraiture. There are a number of studios in the region that offer...

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Abandoned Yugoslavian Monuments - Serbia - Monument to Kosmaj Partisan Detachment - Belgrade

Incredible Abandoned Yugoslavian Soviet Monuments #3

On August 22, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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This is your second installment of amazing Yugoslavian war monuments. CLICK HERE for part 1 and part 2. Here’s a recap: After the terrors of World War II monuments sprung up across former Yugoslavia to commemorate...

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Ivan Aivazovsky - Sea Painter - Ocean - Copy

Konstantinovich Aivazovsky: A Prolific Master Of Seascapes

On August 18, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (1817-1900) was a Russian Romantic painter. He was most renowned for his majorly impressive seascapes. He was born into an Armenian family and lived for most of his life in Crimea....

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Wave-Gotik-Treffen - Photos - New Wave Goth

Wave-Gotik-Treffen: The Biggest Goth Festival On The Planet

On August 10, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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Wave-Gotik-Treffen, held in Germany on a yearly basis, claims to be the largest goth festival in the Universe. I certainly can’t name a bigger one (or any others at all for that matter). I’m afraid...

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Yugoslavian WWII Monuments - Makedonium in Kruševo, Macedonia

Incredible Abandoned Yugoslavian Soviet Monuments #2

On August 9, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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  This is your second installment of amazing Yugoslavian war monuments. CLICK HERE for part 1 and part 3. If you missed the first installment, here’s a recap: After the terrors of World War II...

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Bird Of Prey - Pale Male

Incredible Photographs Of An Innercity Predator

On August 7, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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I took the images in this post from a website called palemale.com. The website owner takes intimate photos of wildlife that persists in city centres, particularly of a red-tailed hawk called Pale Male who...

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Lars Elling - Situation Room - detail

Lars Elling: Modern Norwegian Art At Its Strangest

On August 7, 2015 by Lazer Horse
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Lars Elling (1966) is a Norwegian painter and playwright. He seems, to me, to have one foot in surrealist history, another foot gently kicking the classics and his hands rampaging freely across the canvass. But...

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