...For the Love of Chroma...

I'm curious, how about you?   studio blog   

Lost in Middle America, my dreams appear in vivid hues.
Here lives my inspiration, work and moments in time.
Colors aren't the only things that can be chromatic; people, places and their stories can be too.

robsheridan:

How to destroy angels tour posters - set of six variants. By Rob Sheridan/HTDA. Available at select shows. Any stock we have left after the tour will be made available in our store.

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#howtodestroyangels 

artchipel:

Kim Kheradmandi aka Kimbo Gruff | on Tumblr

Obscure Planet. Acrylic & paint marker on canvas (2014)
Sitting. Acrylic, paint marker & collage on canvas (2014)
Lone. Acrylic, paint marker & collage on canvas (2014)
Chesterfield. Acrylic & paint marker on canvas (2009)
Untitled Portrait. Acrylic, paint marker & collage on canvas (2014)

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#inpsiration  #kim kheradmandi  #kimbo gruff  #illustration  #painting  #collage 

magictransistor:

Robert Fludd. Anatomiae Amphitheatrum Effigie Triplici. 1623.

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#oldschool  #vintage  #anatomy  #prints  #drawings  #life 

artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Kim Kheradmandi aka Kimbo Gruff | on Tumblr (b.1989, UK)

Kim Kheradmandi, aka Kimbo Gruff, is a British/Persian self-taught artist born in Paris and raised in Ipswich, England. Heavily influenced by his experience of growing up in a typical English town, he did street art at a young age and enjoys UK urban culture and making art at night. Kimbo has developed his style over the years by trying out tonnes of ideas in different ways. He is constantly using things around him as sources of inspiration for his work, whether it is visual, sensory or audible, and ­­gains power by staring blankly at nothing in particular. Currently working and living in Amsterdam, he also collaborates and works on projects with local artists, musicians and film makers beside his own artwork. At the end of the year, he plans to move to Berlin to pursue art.

Thanks Kimbo for sharing his experience with us. Kimbo Gruff can be found with updated posts on his Behance, Facebook and on Tumblr. © All images of courtesy the artist

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#kim kheradmandi  #kimbo gruff  #illustration  #inspiration 

I over-react.  I make scenes.  I freak you out.

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metanoia-world:

Polarity Therapy  Charts 1-10 "The Wireless Anatomy of Man" 

http://www.digitaldrstone.org

(via laughing-treees)

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ianference:

Tea room in the Hotel Adler, 2008.  Like the hotel depicted in my last post from the semi-derelict resort town of Sharon Springs, the Hotel Adler once had an elegant grandeur right out of Kubrick’s “The Shining”.  But unlike that edifice, the Adler has not fared so well over the years - while the Columbia is in the middle of town, the Adler is on the outskirts, and thus is easy prey for the jerk-with-spraypaint crowd.  This room, still showing its elegance in 2008 - four years after the final abandonment of the building - is now piled up with broken furniture; the whole building is full of puerile graffiti (swastikas, penises, “666”, “LOOK BEHIND YOU!”) and it’s hard to walk up the main staircase without tripping over the beds the have been thrown down it.  Sadly, the Korean conglomerate that is using this 1920s resort hotel as a tax shelter would likely like nothing more than for someone to burn the place to the ground - so that they could reap the benefits of the insurance money.  Thus, little effort is made to secure it.  But in 2008, much of the beauty of the Adler remained - one could still go to a linen closet, get fresh sheets out, put them on a bed, and have a place to crash for the night.  In scenes like the one depicted, one can imagine the vacationers who visited the resort sitting at tables sipping tea and socializing.  It’s a shame that no effort was made to salvage what was clearly once a beautiful building.
Small, unlimited edition print available here.  Contact me for limited editions.

ianference:

Tea room in the Hotel Adler, 2008.  Like the hotel depicted in my last post from the semi-derelict resort town of Sharon Springs, the Hotel Adler once had an elegant grandeur right out of Kubrick’s “The Shining”.  But unlike that edifice, the Adler has not fared so well over the years - while the Columbia is in the middle of town, the Adler is on the outskirts, and thus is easy prey for the jerk-with-spraypaint crowd.  This room, still showing its elegance in 2008 - four years after the final abandonment of the building - is now piled up with broken furniture; the whole building is full of puerile graffiti (swastikas, penises, “666”, “LOOK BEHIND YOU!”) and it’s hard to walk up the main staircase without tripping over the beds the have been thrown down it.  Sadly, the Korean conglomerate that is using this 1920s resort hotel as a tax shelter would likely like nothing more than for someone to burn the place to the ground - so that they could reap the benefits of the insurance money.  Thus, little effort is made to secure it.  But in 2008, much of the beauty of the Adler remained - one could still go to a linen closet, get fresh sheets out, put them on a bed, and have a place to crash for the night.  In scenes like the one depicted, one can imagine the vacationers who visited the resort sitting at tables sipping tea and socializing.  It’s a shame that no effort was made to salvage what was clearly once a beautiful building.

Small, unlimited edition print available here.  Contact me for limited editions.

(via destroyed-and-abandoned)

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#abandoned  #beautiful  #interiors 

qveeraskvlt:

dontburnthewitchburntherich:

ineffable-she:

went to shows alone in nyc for years, could have def used this

so needed.

fuck.

(Source: queenofvomit)

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#wise  #advice  #prints  #solo  #single  #strength  #justdoit  #music  #movies  #anything