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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

The Amazing Air BonsaiThe amazing Air Bonsai seems like magic....

The Amazing Air Bonsai The amazing Air Bonsai seems like magic. Air bonsai by Hoshinchu Air Bonsai Garden is being offered through kickstarter. Air Bonsai consists of an energy base and a “little star” that includes a sponge for easy planting of a bonsai tree. The bonsai floats serenely above the base silently, like a botanic meditation. Check out the kickstarter for more information. Thanks to  Prosthetic Knowledge .   Art and Technology go Hand in Hand.  Keep up with our Twitter Feed . Posted by Lisa .

Illustrations by James R Eadswebsite l tumblr l shop

Illustrations by James R Eads website l tumblr l shop

The Soft, Memory-Laden Oil Paintings of  Joshua Flint The oil...

The Soft, Memory-Laden Oil Paintings of  Joshua Flint   The oil paintings of Joshua Flint look like depictions of memories when one tries too hard to access the faded thoughts—worn corners, blurred faces, and transposed scenes that don’t quite make sense. Each work has a familiar element that seems to be cast in a dark and foreboding haze like Sandcastles, a dark painting that disguises whether the included children are building or destroying the miniature city that lies before them.“There is a dynamic interplay between experience and interpretation,” says Flint about his work. “What is remembered isn’t necessarily descriptive of the actual event. Once the experience has passed through our emotional filter we assign meaning to it, changing the actualities. My paintings explore that place in-between a direct translation and the abstract of emotion.” Flint has a current exhibition titled “The World Between” at Sumter County Gallery of Art in Sumter, South Carolina

Illustrations by Aaron Miller

Illustrations by  Aaron Miller

James FennerThe visions of US illustrator James Fenner offer...

James Fenner The visions of US illustrator James Fenner offer glimpses into a world harboring lost kids, cunning animal spirits and ghost-like figures drifting through the night sky. Many of his works combine evocative, layered colors with abstract signs and symbols. A feeling of stillness and longing merges with a slightly menacing atmosphere. Not all can be trusted here. James usually starts off with pencil and paper, then takes his illustrations to the next level with digital means. However, with his clever use of textures and painterly brushwork he manages to evoke the impression of a long lost children’s book rather than that of a polished, modern world. Keep up with James on his Tumblr , Facebook or Instagram Like us on Facebook   |  Posted by Falco

Rapunzel by Aaron Miller

Rapunzel by Aaron Miller

Brian ColdrickDublin-born illustrator and artist Brian Coldrick...

Brian Coldrick Dublin-born illustrator and artist Brian Coldrick has made his home in London to pursue his passion for the macabre and terrifying. His ongoing series ‘Behind You’ depicts various horrors following the protagonists around, sometimes as static but artful illustrations, sometimes spiced up with bits of animation. The atmospheric and toned-down drawings, reminiscent of a stylish, modern children’s book, hide all sorts of lonely ghosts, monsters from ancient folklore and present-day terrors. Brian claims that he enjoys the illusive nature of internet horror stories, particularly real-life scenarios, as those leave a lot of gaps left for the reader to fill in themselves. Keep up with Brian on his Tumblr , Twitter and Tapastic account Like us on Facebook   |  Posted by Falco

Inspiration: Summer 2016

Inspiration: Summer 2016