Restless Leg Syndrome * Anxiety Art

Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.
Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’ssolo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.
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Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.

Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’ssolo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.

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cross-connect:

Dessi Terzieva is a Detroit-based 22-year-old law student who “maintains her sanity through her art”. So in between her Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law classes, she whips out these beautiful, thoughtfully-constructed collages.

In the process of cutting pictures from old books and magazines, I get to know my characters and their story, ultimately to make them my own

By giving them a new reality, they give me a voice. Each collage is the equivalent of a diary entry. I am speaking to you and others, telling you how I feel, what I think, what I crave, and what I despise via

Check out her tumblr

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somewhereinthisuniverse:

These mesmerizing sculptures are the work of William Ricketts, a rare Australian born in 1898 who was in awe of the connection the Aborigine people have with the land. Hidden deep within a lush Australian rainforest are a set of mystical Aborigine sculptures seemingly merged into the natural surroundings. Moss covered torsos of men, women and children protrude from tree trunks and boulders. Some reach heavenward with widespread wings, others envelop each other protectively – all are symbols of the relationship the indigenous Australian Aborigines have with nature.

(via observeandhighlight)