Manda Pandie

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Manda Pandie
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“Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull.” 
— Natalie Dormer
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hipster/indie blog
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“Watercolor” Tattoo.
I can just feel that this person is a dedicated artist. 
It’s so fucking beautiful and if you think it looks like a “mess” then…open your eyes.


Jesus fucking holy wow

reblogging again because I didn’t know it was a tattoo the first time. i REALLY like this idea
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asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
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The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
asylum-art:

The Culinary Curios of Dirk Staschke,  Sculptures by Dirk Staschke
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Award winning Canadian ceramicist Dirk Staschke will be opening an enticing show at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington this March, entitled “Falling Feels A lot Like Flying.” Showing a specially made exhibition of bountiful-to-the-point-of obscene food tableaus, Staschke’s work is notable for its large scale size and impressively realistic depictions of abundant stacks of desserts, king’s table cornucopias, and strings of strung up animals about to be prepared for the table.
Inspired by 16th century Vanitas paintings and the opulence of the Baroque period, Staschke’s work mixes extravagant decadence with a sense that such seductive overindulgences are on the cusp of deteriorating and our age of excess and over consumption may be about to crash and burn.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
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