This sculpture is by Marco d’Agrate, 1562 (Duomo cathedral, Milan-Italy)
This is a sculpture of St. Bartholomew who was an Apostle that was said to be skinned alive. If you look closely you will notice that his robe is actually not a robe at all, but his skin.
Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
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"Can you tell me more about your everyday life on the station? How are you planning to do your hair?"
That was an actual question asked of Yelena Serova at press conference about her upcoming trip to the ISS. Apparently only female cosmonauts can be asked about their hair and grooming routines, even if they’re about to make history.
That blink tho. Proud of the amount of sass in that small gesture.