Diamonds On the inside
Diamonds On the inside
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flyartproductions:

YOU ABOUT TO GET RAN THE FUCK OVER
The Birth of Venus (1879), William-Adolphe Bouguereau / Move Bitch (Get Out The Way), Ludacris
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asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
asylum-art:

Evelyn Bencicotva 
artist on tumblr,Facebook
Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form. Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. Sprawled across open areas and crammed into tight spaces, their expressive body language—curved spines, raised limbs and twisted torsos—seems to hint at meditations on the human condition. The elegant composition, muted tones and disquieting nature of the images make for a mesmerizing viewing, drawing you in slowly but surely.
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asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
asylum-art:

Sean Murndy’s Portrait Photography
artist on tumblr
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
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