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Matthias Brunnert
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Feel free to check out my stuff and if you'd like: drop me a comment or two - I'd really appreciate that! ;)
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With a bit of delay here's the second part of my supposedly monthly features. All of these pieces really impressed me and I strongly recommend checking them out and giving them a closer look! Some of the people who are included in this feature applyed on this forum-thread - and although I had to make a selection and couldn't include everyone who's art would deserve a feature, I want to thank everyone who participated! Enjoy the art!

Surreal art by Rumbuc
Her Directional Mirage by Rumbuc Faux pas Flowers by Rumbuc Crazy Colorful B%#@H by Rumbuc

"foot head in dimension 14.02 sector 12" by SittingBuddha

foot head in dimension 14.02 sector 12 by SittingBuddha


Drawings by ViProductions
s e l f p o r t r a i t by ViProductions Charcoal Self-Portrait by ViProductions Untitled by ViProductions

Digital drawings by HElSHO
selfie by HElSHO i'm so bloody homesick by HElSHO

Photography by flowerhippie22
 Snow Storm by flowerhippie22 Mating Call by flowerhippie22
Cicada by flowerhippie22

"Otearai" by panicinchocoland
Otearai by panicinchocoland

"No one can call himself a philosopher who cannot philosophize. Now, it is only by practice and independent use of one's reason that one can learn to philosophize. [...] He who desires to learn to philosophize must, on the contrary, regard all systems of philosophy only as a history of the use of reason, and as objects for the exercise of his philosophical ability. The true philosopher, therefore, must, as an independent thinker, make a free and independent, not a slavishly imitative, use of his reason."
from: Immanuel Kant - "Logic"

"No system of domination has so far been able to escape this price, and the circularity of history in its progress is explained in part by this debilitation, which is the concomitant of power. Humanity, whose skills and knowledge become differentiated with the division of labor, is thereby forced back to more primitive anthropological stages, since, with the technical facilitation of existence, the continuance of domination demands the fixation of instincts by greater repression. Fantasy withers. The calamity is not that individuals have fallen behind society or its material production. Where the development of the machine has become that of the machinery of control, so that technical and social tendencies, always intertwined, converge in the total encompassing of human beings, those who have lagged behind represent not only untruth. Adaptation to the power of progress furthers the progress of power, constantly renewing the degenerations which prove successful progress, not failed progress, to be its own antithesis. The curse of irresistible progress is irresistible regression."
from: Theodor W. Adorno & Max Horkheimer - "Dialectic of Enlightenment"

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:iconlollypopsnbows:
Lollypopsnbows Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for the llama!
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midnightgravedigger Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot for the Llama, it's appreciated.
BTW you've got some pretty wild looking drawings in your gallery.
A lot of it kinda reminds me of some of the underground counter culture art from the 1960's and 70's. 
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:iconconstantly-confused:
Thanks for the kind words!
About the art-style: Yeah, I suppose I was heavily influenced by people who were heavily influenced by that kind of stuff from the 60's and 70's... it was only later that I got to know Crumb and the likes myself. ;)
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midnightgravedigger Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Well they sure cool, keep up the good work. 
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MaxPodufalov Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, you're realy cool artist! I'm watching you o_o
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constantly-confused Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015
I'm honored! Thank you! :)
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Fractalvision Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for the :llama:
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StaceyQuay Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you!!!!
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Bizarre-A Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015
Many thanks for the watch!
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3PenProblem Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks very much for the fave :boing:
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