Sascha Stiven-Beeput

Sascha Stiven-Beeput

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Zdzisław Beksinki’s Creepy Paintings was a renowned Polish artist who started working with fantastic realism in the 50′s. His drawings and art convey a deep sense of pain, loss, aging, decay, fragility, and endless doom. His own life was marked by tragedy and suicides, and he was brutally murdered at age 75.

Paige Hall speaks for any woman who's ever been made to feel bad for not living up to a male-defined, impossible ideal of beauty, or for not being interested in the "right" things. So moving.

Paige Hall speaks for any woman who's ever been made to feel bad for not living up to a male-defined, impossible ideal of beauty, or for not being interested in the "right" things. So moving.

Cuddlefish Art Print (Kecky) - This looks like it could be the inspiration for a Miyazaki/Ghibli film.

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