Character portraits for Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, 2012.
(Source: cinyma)Friday the 6th of December, 2013
(Source: from89)Wednesday the 27th of November, 2013
this is amazing
It’s so surreal to see them coloured in.
(Source: heliumtaxihometome)Saturday the 7th of September, 2013
Thursday the 7th of March, 2013
“Israeli artist Ronit Bigal meticulously presents excerpts from sacred Biblical texts on the human body in her Body Scripture IIseries. Like Allan Teger’s Bodyscapes, Bigal gets in close to the contours of the human form, re-imagining the body as an abstract landscape. On the grooved, fleshy expanse, the artist systematically applies black Indian ink calligraphy in Hebrew that reveals passages of scripture.”
Monday the 4th of March, 2013
are you fucking kidding me
Thursday the 28th of February, 2013
What better way is there to show both the beauty and power of nature than with these incredibly electrifying images of lightning? While sometimes it just takes being at the right place at the right time, like for amateur photographer Bertrand Kulik and his photo of a brightly illuminated Eiffel Tower, for others, like Dan Ransom, it requires carefully assembling a composite image or “stacking” multiple photos together to showcase a wild electrical storm (like the one Ransom stunningly captured at the Grand Canyon). Whether these magnificent shots were the result of luck, hard work or patience, they all give us a deeper appreciation for a part of nature we rarely get to see.
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Video of some of the stuff I’ve done over the yearsFriday the 8th of February, 2013
Friday the 11th of January, 2013
More wonderfully whimsical street art by French artist OaKoAK (previously featured here), who likes to play with existing elements of the urban landscape, often making surprisingly small alterations or enhancements to achieve striking results, enabling us to see the world through his eyes.
“Using simple means and materials, OakOak undermines his neighborhood with playful results. He uses a minimal amount of actual original artwork, instead re-purposing signs, facades, cement blocks, chipping paint, and more. OakOak transforms a neighborhood’s imperfections into its own adornments. “
He says of his interventions:
“The less I intervene on the wall or the road, the better, especially if I can totally change the sense of the urban environment.”
[via Beautiful Decay]
the struggle between artist and muse
(Source: clawsandfangs)Wednesday the 9th of January, 2013
Sunday the 16th of December, 2012
The Helix Nebula
image from: www.space.com
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