Koh Sang Woo is a Korean-American artist who creates beautiful and ethereal images using color negatives of photographs, body art and various painting techniques.
He says of his work, “My work is about connect and passion. Not about the standard or norm of beauty but the connection and emotion the viewer has when viewing the artworks” - Koh Sang Woo
"The Path" by Reginald Machell, circa 1895, oil on canvas. Owned by The Theosophical Society in Pasadena, California.
“The Mwila people are an ethnic group living in southern Angola and some of the young girls wear beaded wigs, rich in colour, indicating that they have had their first period but are not yet ready for marriage” | Photos © Mario Gerth, found via pinterest
Concept art for the Pastoral Symphony scene in Disney’s Fantasia (1940)
zazzle-poetry posted my joke… hahahaaaa WIN! :D
Lord Rothschild (1867-1937) and his famous carriage drawn by zebras.
hoarding waterfall pictures on my computer hahaa
Paintings of Marine life by Mario Stroppa, 1917. From Modelli d’arte decorativa. Source
I should go outside more often