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[ask me anything]   ANDREA ITZPAPALOTL
takashiroishi:

saturn devouring his son
recorded and mixed at the practice space, september 2012
1. the weaping woman2. black nude3. swans reflecting wolves4. the persistence of memory5. moon museum6. by morning, you’ll be gone
dylan fujioka - drumsfrancisco casanova - pianopatrick shiroishi - saxophone
andrea calderon - artwork
http://nakata.bandcamp.com/album/saturn-devouring-his-son

takashiroishi:

saturn devouring his son

recorded and mixed at the practice space, september 2012

1. the weaping woman
2. black nude
3. swans reflecting wolves
4. the persistence of memory
5. moon museum
6. by morning, you’ll be gone

dylan fujioka - drums
francisco casanova - piano
patrick shiroishi - saxophone

andrea calderon - artwork

http://nakata.bandcamp.com/album/saturn-devouring-his-son

— 1 year ago with 8 notes
#improv  #music  #art  #pen  #watercolor 
where youth and laughter go.
a. itzpapalotl
No. 3

where youth and laughter go.

a. itzpapalotl

No. 3

— 1 year ago with 1 note
#illustration  #pen  #art 
my rendition of Submarine. 
from my moleskin.

-a. itzpapalotl

my rendition of Submarine. 

from my moleskin.

-a. itzpapalotl

— 1 year ago with 9 notes
#art  #illustration  #red  #submarine  #moleskin 

 Gina Pane - Sentimental Action (1973) - In-gallery performance with rose thorns

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

— 1 year ago with 5821 notes
#rose  #thorns  #art  #photography 
[seltzer]
moleskin No. 1
a. itzpapalotl

[seltzer]

moleskin No. 1

a. itzpapalotl

— 1 year ago with 2 notes
#illustration  #art  #circles  #Black and White 
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moleskin No. 2
a. itzpapalotl

[untitled]

moleskin No. 2

a. itzpapalotl

— 1 year ago with 1 note
#illustration  #art 

devidsketchbook:

NEW PORTRAITS DRAWN ON VINTAGE ENVELOPES BY MARK POWELL

A London-based artist has taken an innovative approach to recycling by using envelopes as canvasses for his drawing. Mark Powell’s portraits typically focus on elderly subjects, but the artist is capable of capturing a range of forms with only a run-of-the-mill Bic Biro pen. 

(via devidsketchbook)

— 1 year ago with 706 notes
#art  #illustration  #postcards 

showslow:

London-based artist Zadok Ben David created this incredible installation using 12,000 cut steel botanical specimens modeled from old textbook illustrations, each embedded in a thin layer of sand. On first encountering the sprawling array of plants they appear completely black, thus the installation’s title: Blackfield. However when viewed from the opposite side, a field of black turns into a wall of color.

(via myampgoesto11)

— 1 year ago with 7879 notes
#art  #installation  #flowers  #textbook