Crystal Barbre (NSFW)

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Seattle-based painter Crystal Barbre recent series called ‘Magnetisme Animal’ feature powerful, female figures with various animal heads in sexual poses and activities. Some of the paintings portrays lovely bodies and beautifully rendered animal aspects. Some of her other works have the feminine characters engaged in and clearly enjoying explicate sex acts.

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Crystal Barbre - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Crystal Barbre - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Crystal Barbre - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Crystal Barbre - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Crystal Barbre - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Crystal Barbre - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

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Brian Shumway

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Utah native Brian Shumway  is a photographer currently based out of Brooklyn, New York. Shumway attended Utah University, and studied photography briefly at The Academy of Art San Francisco. Shumway’s works range from portrait, editorial, to fine art photography.

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art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

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art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

art blog - brian shumway - empty kingdom

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Sarah Anne Johnson

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Sarah Anne Johnson is an artist from Winnipeg, Manitoba who works in various mediums, focusing on themes of nature, sex, and idealism. Her current series entitled ‘Wonderlust’ imaginatively expresses all ranges of erotic to intimate emotions from frustrations to pure euphoria.

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Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Sarah Anne Johnson - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

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Elinor Carucci

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Elinor Carucci is an Israeli-American photographer whose images span the curved lens of her life, illuminating the most intimate corners with an eerie frankness. Bruised lips, blue hips – her work is bathed with both a startling fragile honesty and a hollow-eyed fatigue.

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Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

Empty Kingdom - Elinor Carucci - Photography

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Jordan Sullivan

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Jordan Sullivan is a photographer and writer living in Los Angeles, California. His photographs and prose have appeared in publications such as Dazed Digital, Dossier Journal, Twin Magazine, VICE, ELLE, and many others. His most recent book, The Young Earth, published by Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art, is a photo-illustrated novella.

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Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Jordan Sullivan - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

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Preciosa Química

Preciosa Química
Hermosa Química: Reacciones Químicas de increíble belleza filmadas con una cámara 4K Ultra HD.

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Drew Young

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Drew Young (b.1987 Victoria, BC) currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. He studied at The Victoria College or Art and received his diploma in Illustration and Applied Arts (IDEA) at Capilano University.

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Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Drew Young - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

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Red Telefónica del Siglo XIX

Red Telefónica del Siglo XIX
Una red telefónica del siglo XIX cubrió Estocolmo de miles de líneas telefónicas. En el siglo XIX, poco después de la patente del teléfono, la carrera por conectar a todo el mundo a la red telefónica, comenzó. Sin embargo, debido a las limitaciones técnicas de las primeras líneas telefónicas, cada teléfono requería su propia línea física tendida desde cada casa o negocio a una centralita telefónica, donde la llamada era conectada de forma manual por una operadora. El resultado un tanto quijotesco para gestionar tantas líneas individuales fue la construcción de elaboradas y antiestéticas torres, a las que llegaban cientos o miles de líneas telefónicas por los aires. En Estocolmo, Suecia, la central telefónica fue la Telefontornet, una torre gigante diseñada alrededor de 1890 que conectaba unas 5.000 líneas que se extendían en todas direcciones a través de la ciudad. Con sólo mirar estas históricas fotos, es fácil reconocer lo absurdo y peligroso de todo ese esfuerzo, sobre todo durante los meses de invierno. Todo lo que podía salir mal salió mal. Debido a los fuertes vientos, las tormentas de hielo y los incendios, la red era extremadamente vulnerable. Por suerte, las redes de telefonía evolucionaron tan rápidamente, que para 1913 la Telefontornet estaba completamente desmantelada, gracias a la nueva tecnología mucho más simple. El armazón de la torre permaneció como un punto de referencia hasta que también se incendió en 1953 y fue derribada. A 19th Century Telephone Network Covered Stockholm in Thousands of Phone Lines In the late 19th century, shortly after the patent of the telephone, the race was on to connect everyone to the phone grid. However, due to technical limitations of the earliest phone lines, every telephone required its own physical line strung between a house or business to a phone exchange where the call was manually connected by a live operator. The somewhat quixotic result of so many individual lines was the construction of elaborate and unsightly towers that carried hundreds to thousands of phone lines through the air. In Stockholm, Sweden, the central telephone exchange was the Telefontornet, a giant tower designed around 1890 that connected some 5,000 lines which sprawled in every direction across the city. Just by looking at historical photos it’s easy to recognize the absurdity and danger of the whole endeavor, especially during the winter months. Everything that could possibly go wrong did. From high winds to ice storms and fires, the network was extremely vulnerable to the elements. Luckily, phone networks evolved so rapidly that by 1913 the Telefontornet was completely decommissioned in favor of much simpler technology. The remaining shell stood as a landmark until it too caught fire in 1953 and was torn down.

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Fotos Macro Extremas de Insectos

Fotos Macro Extremas de Insectos
El fotógrafo Yudy Saul de Banten, Indonesia, tomó estas fotos de insectos en su ciudad natal, así como en Bali y Sinkawang.La serie de fotografías próximas extremadamente muestran abejas, tábanos, libélulas, escarabajos rana y moscas de la fruta. ¡Bichos!

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Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy

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Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy is a graphic artist and illustrator based in London. Her magnificent obscure and surreal oddities is hand drawn with pen and ink, occasionally adding digital color.

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Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

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