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lil-tumbles: redfoxwritesstuff: notevenjokingfic: scatterations: lulu-tan79: theeforvendetta: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): “Dork ass losers” That beautiful statue started from this: Ms. Luo Lirong graduated from China Central Academy Of Fine Arts. She’s a very talented artist. More of her works: Beautiful. Extraordinary talent Follow her on Instagram luo_li_rong_art. one, I’ve never seen it with paint and it’s somehow even better. As are her other works.  She’s back, and she’s beautiful. : lil-tumbles: redfoxwritesstuff: notevenjokingfic: scatterations: lulu-tan79: theeforvendetta: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): “Dork ass losers” That beautiful statue started from this: Ms. Luo Lirong graduated from China Central Academy Of Fine Arts. She’s a very talented artist. More of her works: Beautiful. Extraordinary talent Follow her on Instagram luo_li_rong_art. one, I’ve never seen it with paint and it’s somehow even better. As are her other works.  She’s back, and she’s beautiful.
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asymbina: theeforvendetta: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): “Dork ass losers” OK not only do I think she’s a sorceress but now I have a massive crush on her : Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan This is called "art". This is the legacy and heritage of the West This is what men of the West fight, sacrifice and die for This is victory #DeusVult Rollo Tomassi @RationalMale 2d Is there an example of a female sculptor who committed herself to the same level of detail that a male does with a woman? RM Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan 2d None that come to mind. That sculpture is an act of worship before Heaven, and it shows. 6 ti 2 12 Platonic Solid Snake @Pliny_theElder Replying to @DarkTriadMan @RationalMale and 6 others the sculptor is a chinese woman you dork ass losers 2:13 PM 17 Oct 17 asymbina: theeforvendetta: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): “Dork ass losers” OK not only do I think she’s a sorceress but now I have a massive crush on her
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scotsdragon: cydonianmystery: asymbina: smitethepatriarchy: chronicallyrandom: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): Omg. This is just beautiful The statue is incredible but honestly has nothing on Luo Li Rong in that bow tie, damn. Random white dude: “look at what white men can do and literally nobody else can!” [cites the work of a not remotely heterosexual hot butch Chinese woman living in Belgium] I’ve reblogged this before, but the finished product is so pretty. :D This will never not be hilarious, and that statue will never not be amazing work. : Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan This is called "art". This is the legacy and heritage of the West This is what men of the West fight, sacrifice and die for This is victory #DeusVult Rollo Tomassi @RationalMale 2d Is there an example of a female sculptor who committed herself to the same level of detail that a male does with a woman? RM Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan 2d None that come to mind. That sculpture is an act of worship before Heaven, and it shows. 6 ti 2 12 Platonic Solid Snake @Pliny_theElder Replying to @DarkTriadMan @RationalMale and 6 others the sculptor is a chinese woman you dork ass losers 2:13 PM 17 Oct 17 scotsdragon: cydonianmystery: asymbina: smitethepatriarchy: chronicallyrandom: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): Omg. This is just beautiful The statue is incredible but honestly has nothing on Luo Li Rong in that bow tie, damn. Random white dude: “look at what white men can do and literally nobody else can!” [cites the work of a not remotely heterosexual hot butch Chinese woman living in Belgium] I’ve reblogged this before, but the finished product is so pretty. :D This will never not be hilarious, and that statue will never not be amazing work.
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tomato-bird: DRAW A CIRCLE (There’s the world) is a 12-page Surreal black-and-white illustration zine depicting by some of the weird yet iconic, parts of the Hetalia manga and anime. It seeks to take some of the sillier elements and present them in a mysterious, conceptual way while also trying to maintain some of the spirit of the original weird, disputable, but also unforgettable canon elements. This (discounted) run of the zine was made for an art show and is specifically wordless apart from the title; at the moment I’m also planning to create a longer second version that will include more illustrations, as well as some textual commentary, so stay tuned for that.  [ Physical zine ($5.50) / Ebook ($1+) ] : DRAW A CIRCLE tomato-bird tomato-bird il InE tomato-bird: DRAW A CIRCLE (There’s the world) is a 12-page Surreal black-and-white illustration zine depicting by some of the weird yet iconic, parts of the Hetalia manga and anime. It seeks to take some of the sillier elements and present them in a mysterious, conceptual way while also trying to maintain some of the spirit of the original weird, disputable, but also unforgettable canon elements. This (discounted) run of the zine was made for an art show and is specifically wordless apart from the title; at the moment I’m also planning to create a longer second version that will include more illustrations, as well as some textual commentary, so stay tuned for that.  [ Physical zine ($5.50) / Ebook ($1+) ]

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gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): : Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan This is called "art". This is the legacy and heritage of the West This is what men of the West fight, sacrifice and die for This is victory #DeusVult Rollo Tomassi @RationalMale 2d Is there an example of a female sculptor who committed herself to the same level of detail that a male does with a woman? RM Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan 2d None that come to mind. That sculpture is an act of worship before Heaven, and it shows. 6 ti 2 12 Platonic Solid Snake @Pliny_theElder Replying to @DarkTriadMan @RationalMale and 6 others the sculptor is a chinese woman you dork ass losers 2:13 PM 17 Oct 17 gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell):
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theeforvendetta: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): “Dork ass losers” : Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan This is called "art". This is the legacy and heritage of the West This is what men of the West fight, sacrifice and die for This is victory #DeusVult Rollo Tomassi @RationalMale 2d Is there an example of a female sculptor who committed herself to the same level of detail that a male does with a woman? RM Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan 2d None that come to mind. That sculpture is an act of worship before Heaven, and it shows. 6 ti 2 12 Platonic Solid Snake @Pliny_theElder Replying to @DarkTriadMan @RationalMale and 6 others the sculptor is a chinese woman you dork ass losers 2:13 PM 17 Oct 17 theeforvendetta: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): “Dork ass losers”
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<p><a href="http://asylunatic.tumblr.com/post/166261599291/someone-asked-me-what-i-thought-about-surreal" class="tumblr_blog">asylunatic</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Someone asked me what I thought about surreal memes and I really liked the question so I basically wrote a whole essay to answer that question. It seemed relevant to this blog so I thought I might share it here, too:</p> <p><i>Once upon a time I went to see an art show by Jordan Wolfson. Besides some insanity dancing sculptures, there was a video. It consisted of scenes with a poorly cgi’d condom that was leaking hearts whilst dancing through some rando’s childhood home (or so I interpreted that house). Other scenes included the artist dressed as a punk walking around some 2017 metropole city, like a total anachronism. The whole ordeal was accompanied by Beyonce music and displayed in a room covered in fake fur (ceiling included).</i></p> <p><i>It stuck with me because I interpreted it as a post-modern-post-internet kinda art piece, that just was full of the empty imagery that is encountered now everywhere all the time. Meme culture is just a part of that. </i></p> <p><i>There’s so many images splashed over you that all of them have lost a certain core impact. Repeated exposure numbs. And it is so available over the internet. So many pictures of someones darling dearest baby. So much hardcore anal porn. So many photographs by talented photographers. So much joy and darkness and beauty so readily available. </i></p> <p><i>And that video made me think about all of this. Because what did that outdated house mean to me? Or the condom dancing with hearts? I did not bother about someone else’s house or the anachronist punk. But I was aching because surely it must be meaningful to <b>someone</b>.</i></p> <p><i>When I came home from the show I spoke to my mom. She had seen it too and it turned out that she was way more informed about it. She told me it was actually a piece about something with aids and some social motivation ladidadida. Totally not what I had experienced it to be.</i></p> <p><i>And so my point is, I guess, that memes can do this too. They create their own world where they get used again and again and again and the repetition makes them something new, with no ties to original content and intent. Images that create their own worlds and meanings and repetitions. (in conceptual art these are called simulacra)</i></p> <p><i>I didn’t know surreal memes by name until you asked me, so I googled them guess what. I love them. They are so very much meme to the core: just imagery with no origin, just a canvas for my interpretation. </i></p> </blockquote>: It is illegal to smonk on these premises leg <p><a href="http://asylunatic.tumblr.com/post/166261599291/someone-asked-me-what-i-thought-about-surreal" class="tumblr_blog">asylunatic</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Someone asked me what I thought about surreal memes and I really liked the question so I basically wrote a whole essay to answer that question. It seemed relevant to this blog so I thought I might share it here, too:</p> <p><i>Once upon a time I went to see an art show by Jordan Wolfson. Besides some insanity dancing sculptures, there was a video. It consisted of scenes with a poorly cgi’d condom that was leaking hearts whilst dancing through some rando’s childhood home (or so I interpreted that house). Other scenes included the artist dressed as a punk walking around some 2017 metropole city, like a total anachronism. The whole ordeal was accompanied by Beyonce music and displayed in a room covered in fake fur (ceiling included).</i></p> <p><i>It stuck with me because I interpreted it as a post-modern-post-internet kinda art piece, that just was full of the empty imagery that is encountered now everywhere all the time. Meme culture is just a part of that. </i></p> <p><i>There’s so many images splashed over you that all of them have lost a certain core impact. Repeated exposure numbs. And it is so available over the internet. So many pictures of someones darling dearest baby. So much hardcore anal porn. So many photographs by talented photographers. So much joy and darkness and beauty so readily available. </i></p> <p><i>And that video made me think about all of this. Because what did that outdated house mean to me? Or the condom dancing with hearts? I did not bother about someone else’s house or the anachronist punk. But I was aching because surely it must be meaningful to <b>someone</b>.</i></p> <p><i>When I came home from the show I spoke to my mom. She had seen it too and it turned out that she was way more informed about it. She told me it was actually a piece about something with aids and some social motivation ladidadida. Totally not what I had experienced it to be.</i></p> <p><i>And so my point is, I guess, that memes can do this too. They create their own world where they get used again and again and again and the repetition makes them something new, with no ties to original content and intent. Images that create their own worlds and meanings and repetitions. (in conceptual art these are called simulacra)</i></p> <p><i>I didn’t know surreal memes by name until you asked me, so I googled them guess what. I love them. They are so very much meme to the core: just imagery with no origin, just a canvas for my interpretation. </i></p> </blockquote>
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