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Painting by  Josh Keyes (b. 1969 in Tacoma,... crss

Illustrations by Kerby Rosanesfacebook l dA l instagram l shop l...

Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes facebook l dA l instagram l shop l behance l tumblr

Concept Art by Alexandre Chaudret Alexandre Chaudret aka...

Concept Art by Alexandre Chaudret Alexandre Chaudret  aka Eyardt  is a freelance character designer / concept artist  in Gameloft World HQ - Paris.   My only goal is to draw and give life to awesome creatures and terrible monsters, in strange worlds for epic/badass/freakin battles! For more check out his  DeviantArt  profile. Wander over to our Facebook Posted by Margaret

Liu Bolin: The Invisible ManLiu Bolin is an artist who paints...

Liu Bolin: The Invisible Man Liu Bolin  is an artist who paints people, including himself, into real-life scenes, so that they are completely camouflaged. He was born in 1973 in China where he lives and works. Despite his worldwide fame, it is the first time ever in Shanghai one can see the complete line of his work from the beginnings until the present days. Known for his “Invisible Man” photo-performance, Liu Bolin has through the years been working on different subsequent themes. Media as sculpture being one that can’t be ignored, for they provide variation in his consistent research. Sculptures, as his photographs, show how the outside can blend with the inside and vice versa.  Liu Bolin’s work requires meticulous planning and execution. It all lies in the perfection of the vision, whether it is an illusion or just a mirror surface.  some photos via  arrestedmotion CrossConnectMag on Facebook - a place that is definitely worth a visit! posted by Margaret

archatlas: Sleeping Giants, Weeping Plums: Japanese Landscape...

archatlas : Sleeping Giants, Weeping Plums: Japanese Landscape Photography  Hidenobu Suzuki   My photographs are like Japanese paintings. I feel that realism is a more Western style. Through my landscape photographs, I’d like to express emotions and spiritual feelings. Contemporary theater, art and music stimulate the brain and liven people’s mood. But emotional art heals people and leads society towards harmony. So, I took the challenge to capture emotions with my camera. Using only rational thinking when creating photography results in better attention to the detail—but there is a tendency to get bored. Working with feelings and looking for emotions is more relaxing and ultimately, more powerful. Text and images via.

Illustrations by hoooook

Illustrations by hoooook

Tatiana Plakhova Creates Beauty With MathTatiana Plakhova is a...

Tatiana Plakhova Creates Beauty With Math Tatiana Plakhova is a professional graphic designer, art director, and illustrator from Moscow, Russia Federation.   Tatiana’s company is called Complexity Graphics. Her work is awe inspiring.   Many of her works evoke the largeness of the cosmos with sweeping star fields.  The harmony of her work comes from math, on which all of her work is based.   In her own words Tatiana says,  This mathematical style helps me to illustrate everything from biological cell to the space and meditative worlds. That’s why I admire by math, because it’s everywhere and nowhere. VIA    The math that governs her works produces elegant and remarkable art.Thanks to Fogged Clarity ! Be more inspired by art at our Facebook Page .  Posted by Lisa .

How to Turn a Tiny Space into a Perfect Pantry (17 pics)

Step 1: Materials The necessary materials that I used for this project are listed below, but you can easily vary the measurements. (1) 24" x 48" x 0.75" wood board (1) 5" x 8' x 0.5" wood boards (6) 24" x 4" x 0.5" wood boards (1) 24" x 4" x 0.75" wood board for the base (1) handle with attaching hardware (2) 3" caster wheels (6) 25" x 0.25" wooden dowels wood glue wood screws (screws for wood, not sure wooden screw exist haha) Step 2: Framing the Pantry