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No. 36 [Reply]

Genuinely terrifying artwork post. Starting with Trevor Henderson.

No.37

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Dusty Ray.

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The Anguished Man.

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Untitled by Zdzisław Beksiński, who was stabbed to death over a measly $100. May his soul and his sons soul Rest In Peace and may their legacy continue to inspire others.

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Phil Hale.

No.41

>>39
I've seen this thing in my night mares



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No. 28 [Reply]

Finally finished this after a month or so of work. It's simple, but I like it that way. Ya'll should check it out-there's a cute snail gif and a bunch of emotional bullshit!
https://redactedpoetry.neocities.org/

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thank you for sharing this unique, vulnerable and interesting space with us anon! I was reading some of your poetry last night when I couldn't sleep. I loved it <3

No.30

>>29
TYSM! I srsly can’t describe how much that means to me <3

No.35

>>28
Thank you for sharing!! I loved reading through your stuff, anon



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jean dubuffet's "leisure time"
i like them a lot
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>>6
glad you like it anon
i really like university museums, smaller than normal museums and less people so feels more personal in a way. have you ever been?

No.9

>>8
Absolutely friend! I don’t know visit them as often as I like but there’s something much more organic about them then there is about larger museums. There was one back home at the local community college that was always worth the 40 minute drive to go see

No.16

Friend shaped! Almost reminds me of Lynch's pieces.

No.31

>>4
thanks for sharing anon

No.32

>>4
they're literally just chilling…i love them. very good op very good.



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No. 19 [Reply]

Poem I wrote

No.25

i like it anon, especially the last line. the first three lines read like a description, contrasting with the last line, which reads like a present event. maybe kinda like you're sitting there with 'her' thinking the first three lines, and your train of thought is interrupted by her finger in your hair in the last line
or maybe it's your finger in your hair? as if you were reminiscing about 'her' sensations and now all the sensation you have is your fingers running through your hair
very nice

No.27

>>19 This is super cute, I just wish there had been comas to signify a list in the second line and maybe a more detailed ending…one that doesn't break the rhyme scheme so suddenly. That can be done thought, I just wish we had a bit more. That's really cute tho anon! Ur a good poet!



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No. 20 [Reply]

This is an image I found in Google Streetview.

No.21

Oh, neat! What’s the location if u don’t mind?

No.24

>>21
This is in downtown Sarasota, Florida. I have a very nostalgic connection to this place.

No.26

>>24 tysm, looks pretty!



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favorite sculptures

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always really liked this one of sappho. something about the eyes, i think

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I'm a simple man. Venus of Willendorf counts, right?

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>>3
The thinker of cernadova



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No. 17 [Reply]

NDE artwork. Hand 'em over. Source is David Ditchfield.


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I like this painting

No.13

>>12
does it make you feel any kind of way when you look at it? or just visually pleasing

No.14

>>13
When I cry its often a great release and a very needed one, and I'm not brought to tears often except through emotional exhaustion and desperation.

This woman looks like how I do when I cry, buried in my hands in pain, but there's someone there who understands the situation, maybe even is providing solace. It looks like somewhere I want to be, having an emotional release with someone I love/am familiar with.

No.15

Mourning paintings are some of my favorite. There's something about capturing sadness that hits ten times harder than any emotion– the second being to rage.



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