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Posts tagged "inspiration"


Hear, hear!

by zenpencils:

JIM HENSON: A puppeteer’s advice


1800s Week!

aseantoo submitted to medievalpoc:

Auguste Bartholdi

Watercolor representing the proposed statuary project, Egypt Bringing Light to Asia

France (1869)

Musée Bartholdi, Colmar.


After visiting Egypt in 1855, the French sculptor Auguste Bartholdi was deeply inspired by the ancient monumental statues that he saw. In 1869, he visited  Isma’il Pasha, Khedive of Egypt, with a proposal for a new statue of his own: a lighthouse in the shape of an ancient Egyptian female fellah or peasant, holding a torch at the northern entrance to the Suez Canal in Port Said.

The project never materialised, so he recycled the plans for the Statue of Liberty instead.


Auguste Bartholdi

Maquettes for Liberty Bringing Light to the World

France (1870 and 1875)


(via sushigrade)

I wish I could bottle up my sadness to sell it to artists in need for dark and gloomy inspiration.
I’m still sad, there’s no point in hiding it…

by Grant Snider | incidentalcomics on Tumblr:

This comic appears in the 3/2 NYT Sunday Book Review



Arthur Depins

What you might think is not good or moving enough, there’s always others out there who will be greatly moved by your work.

(via artschoolalchemy)