Stunning background art from the Studio Ghibli film Princess Mononoke (もののけ姫) illustrated by the masterful Nizo Yamamoto (山本二三) and featured in his art book Nizo Yamamoto Background Illustrations (Amazon US | JP).
the growth that gave the name to the green line dividing west and east beirut, 1982, overtaking the then-uninhabitable area.
Walking into an exhibition of work by American artist Valerie Hegarty, you might think there has been a terrible accident ..
Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
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Ez ott van még vajon?