We Are Human.
I'm Danielle. UCLA Psychology student. My philosophy is kindness.

Here you will find art, poetry, brains, literature, psychology, sociology, LGBTQ issues, astronomy, logic, atheism/agnosticism (Though I respect and admire your faith), music, anatomy, intellects, cats, quotes, and of course; disorder and disarray.

Enjoy.
We Are Human.
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asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
asylum-art:

Joseba Eskubi– Organic Forms in Decomposition
Check out more of his work on Flickr:
Surreal, dark and often macabre – the work of Joseba Eskubi has real power. In his own words he describes his paintings “I’m interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. Generally I don’t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation.” 
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"A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there."
(via psych-facts)
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yagazieemezi:

These images by Amsterdam-based artist Sit Haiiro have me in a trance. Stunning work. Couldn’t find much personal information on him besides:
After working as a digital creative for commercial companies, Sit decided to stop this madness in 2008 and went back to head and handcraft to slice away the fat. The following works were collected from his on going project called Haiiro. For further understanding of these illustrations, check out his description:
“Where the calm surroundings provide more opportunity for decision making, rather than being driven by the fast moving winds of change.”
yagazieemezi:

These images by Amsterdam-based artist Sit Haiiro have me in a trance. Stunning work. Couldn’t find much personal information on him besides:
After working as a digital creative for commercial companies, Sit decided to stop this madness in 2008 and went back to head and handcraft to slice away the fat. The following works were collected from his on going project called Haiiro. For further understanding of these illustrations, check out his description:
“Where the calm surroundings provide more opportunity for decision making, rather than being driven by the fast moving winds of change.”
yagazieemezi:

These images by Amsterdam-based artist Sit Haiiro have me in a trance. Stunning work. Couldn’t find much personal information on him besides:
After working as a digital creative for commercial companies, Sit decided to stop this madness in 2008 and went back to head and handcraft to slice away the fat. The following works were collected from his on going project called Haiiro. For further understanding of these illustrations, check out his description:
“Where the calm surroundings provide more opportunity for decision making, rather than being driven by the fast moving winds of change.”
yagazieemezi:

These images by Amsterdam-based artist Sit Haiiro have me in a trance. Stunning work. Couldn’t find much personal information on him besides:
After working as a digital creative for commercial companies, Sit decided to stop this madness in 2008 and went back to head and handcraft to slice away the fat. The following works were collected from his on going project called Haiiro. For further understanding of these illustrations, check out his description:
“Where the calm surroundings provide more opportunity for decision making, rather than being driven by the fast moving winds of change.”
yagazieemezi:

These images by Amsterdam-based artist Sit Haiiro have me in a trance. Stunning work. Couldn’t find much personal information on him besides:
After working as a digital creative for commercial companies, Sit decided to stop this madness in 2008 and went back to head and handcraft to slice away the fat. The following works were collected from his on going project called Haiiro. For further understanding of these illustrations, check out his description:
“Where the calm surroundings provide more opportunity for decision making, rather than being driven by the fast moving winds of change.”
yagazieemezi:

These images by Amsterdam-based artist Sit Haiiro have me in a trance. Stunning work. Couldn’t find much personal information on him besides:
After working as a digital creative for commercial companies, Sit decided to stop this madness in 2008 and went back to head and handcraft to slice away the fat. The following works were collected from his on going project called Haiiro. For further understanding of these illustrations, check out his description:
“Where the calm surroundings provide more opportunity for decision making, rather than being driven by the fast moving winds of change.”
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turecepcja:

Pierre Debusschere is a young Belgian visual artist, photographer curator and director. He utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals.
turecepcja:

Pierre Debusschere is a young Belgian visual artist, photographer curator and director. He utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals.
turecepcja:

Pierre Debusschere is a young Belgian visual artist, photographer curator and director. He utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals.
turecepcja:

Pierre Debusschere is a young Belgian visual artist, photographer curator and director. He utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals.
turecepcja:

Pierre Debusschere is a young Belgian visual artist, photographer curator and director. He utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals.
turecepcja:

Pierre Debusschere is a young Belgian visual artist, photographer curator and director. He utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals.
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hqlines:

~ Andrea Gibson
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"Can you remain unmoving till the right action arises by itself?"
Lao Tzu (via thecalminside)
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Johan Van Mullem
Sans titre
2013
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"That is the secret of happiness and virtue - liking what you’ve got to do. All conditioning aims at that: making people like their unescapable social destiny."
Aldous Huxley, Brave New World (via bettertobequotable)
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caffeinegalore:

"elevated mood and heart rate. lack of sleep and attention. smiling, and very strong feelings of excitement." by busyfeet & coco cafe | #dublin #streetart #message #coffee #marketing #branding #ireland #ie #art #world #travel by "guerrilla" strategy on Flickr.
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It’s okay to be okay…
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