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pigolio:

Apocalyptic

pigolio:

Apocalyptic

zazashen:

Norman Rockwell.   Boy in a Dining Car,1946.

loftylibram:

Bioshock gets the Norman Rockwell treatment

This ticks so many boxes for me. Nicely done!

calumet412:

The Clock Mender, 1945, Chicago. Norman Rockwell.
This iconic painting of a man repairing the Marshall Field’s clock graced the cover of the November 3rd, 1945 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.
In 2003, Marshall Field’s recreated the image with a mannequin hanging on a swing from the roof of the State Street store, instead of sitting on a ladder.

calumet412:

The Clock Mender, 1945, Chicago. Norman Rockwell.

This iconic painting of a man repairing the Marshall Field’s clock graced the cover of the November 3rd, 1945 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.

In 2003, Marshall Field’s recreated the image with a mannequin hanging on a swing from the roof of the State Street store, instead of sitting on a ladder.

slowartday:

Norman Rockwell, Triple Self Portrait, 1960

This is a great painting for you to practice your Slow Art Day skills! Note the three different views of this reflective self portrait and the famous works of art in the top right corner of Rockwell’s canvas. 

harleyquinnbatman:

Great artwork take on Norman Rockwell.

By M. Dos Santos

sengokudaimyo:

the red and the black (Kennin-ji temple, Kyoto) (von Marser)