DREANING Lou
DREANING Lou
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whiskeycl0ne:

poplifeplus:

decostruttivismi in tavola

(loveliness:via da_zdra_per_m - Голлербах Э. Государственный фарфоровый завод и художники.)


that teapot in the second rowoh hell yes
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galasai:

Chen Wei
A Foggy Afternoon, 2011
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theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique
theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique
theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique
theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique
theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique
theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique
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1n0rgan1c-alk3my:

giving up the fight
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luxegxld:

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blushingcheekymonkey:

jun kaneko - ovals (2012)
blushingcheekymonkey:

jun kaneko - ovals (2012)
blushingcheekymonkey:

jun kaneko - ovals (2012)
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supermodelobsession:

UK Vogue March 1994"Simply Divine"Models: Christy Turlington & Kate MossPhotographer: Arthur Elgort
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wgsn:

Rocking it in dungarees at Shanghai Fashion Week 2014. WGSN street shot #shanghaifashionweek #streetstyle
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wheresace:

Costume Nationalfall/winter 2014
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goldenboypress:

SAMANTHA ROBINSON Interview #21
Untitled (Rand), 2013
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Could you introduce yourself, where did it all begin?
My name is Samantha Robinson and I am a painter working out of Brooklyn, New York. I’ve always loved and excelled at making things so its hard to say exactly. 
What motivates you when you sit down to create something?
My studio. I’ve filled it with all sorts of materials and tools that I could need or want. It’s a combination of having an idea in my head and taking inspiration from the materials and processes as I go along. 
Do you find inspiration in other things besides art?
Absolutely. I pull a lot of inspiration from the forms and textures in nature. I love being outside, camping, hiking, anything like that. I’m also a musician and there are so many concepts and tendencies that hold true for art and music.
What’s some of your favorite music?
Godspeed You! Black Emperor is my favorite band if I had to pinpoint one. And as far as composers go I do love Phillip Glass. Lately I’ve been listening to Volcano Choir, Twi the Humble Feather, and Beck’s new album.
Do you plan to experiment with other artistic styles in the future?
Styles I’m not so sure about, but I do want to explore paper making. I am in the process of building a mould and deckle, and hopefully I will start making a press soon as well.
Is there extra pressure when being an artist from NY?
A bit. There is such a high degree of professionalism here and a staggering number of talented artists. 
How would you explain your style?
Geometric with a focus on process and painting as object.
Recognition or just personal expression?
A combination of both. 
Do you believe simplicity is better?
Usually, but not always.
Do you have any big plans for this year?
I do. I’m not sure if it’s right to talk about them just yet as they aren’t definite. I also have the Bushwick Open Studios coming up which I am very excited for.
What makes you happy?
Road trips, days at the studio, hiking, woodworking, secondhand books, my sister, my cat, foggy days, film cameras.
Any closing comments?
The Bushwick Open Studios are coming up on May 30th and June 1st if anyone is interested in seeing my work in person! I will be participating under Brooklyn Brush Studios.
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