Saturday, February 27, 2016

Black Fairy Egg Nest by Julia Sinelnikova  Black Fairy Egg Nest...

Black Fairy Egg Nest by Julia Sinelnikova 

Black Fairy Egg Nest feels like a secret den where winged creatures could emerge at any moment. The primary piece hovering overhead is a nest of hand cut resin light sculptures dripping into the exhibition space. A pregnant mass leaks thin glowing strands and dark stones dangle towards the ground below.

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Coffee Art Postcards by PostCups2016via borepanda

Coffee Art Postcards by PostCups2016

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nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016


Inspiration: Summer 2016

Time Lapse Photography by Ondřej Černín Ondřej Černín, as he...

Time Lapse Photography by Ondřej Černín

Ondřej Černín, as he calls himself, is another photographer from Prague, Czech Republic. Equipped with Canon EOS 60D explore the world, currently “discovering” Switzerland.

Although landscapes tend not to change too quickly, I’ve always been fascinated by how quickly the surrounding environment can change in a day, hours or even within minutes, and completely alter the resulting view. When you compare two photos taken from the same place, but at completely different times, the difference tends to be staggering. This is why I have tried to capture these transformations with timelapses. via

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Using Visuals to Enhance Your Credibility

Using Visuals to Enhance Your Credibility

withoutyourwalls: Amanda Ross-Ho


Amanda Ross-Ho

Paintings by Henrietta Harriswebsite l tumblr l instagram

Paintings by Henrietta Harris

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Architectural Paintings by Ben JohnsonWith dedication,...

Architectural Paintings by Ben Johnson

With dedication, concentration, and a self-admitted obsession with perfection and hard work, British painter Ben Johnson creates detailed photorealistic paintings of architecture and cityscapes that require an enormous amount of effort and time to complete. 

Born in 1946, Johnson has been focusing on architecture as a subject matter for over 50 years and has even collaborated with architect Norman Foster to create depictions of his buildings (for the first Venice Architecture Biennale, 1991). Though widely known, especially for his large-scale, mind-bogglingly realistic panoramas of cities like Hong Kong, Liverpool, and London, Johnson’s work resides mainly in private collections. 

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Illustrations by Jenny Schukin

Illustrations by Jenny Schukin

The First Trailer for ‘Loving Vincent,’ an Animated Film...

The First Trailer for ‘Loving Vincent,’ an Animated Film Featuring 12 Oil Paintings per Second by Over 100 Painters

The first trailer for Loving Vincent (previously) was just released and it promises stunning visuals in a novel format: the film was created from a staggering 12 oil paintings per second in styles inspired by the famous Dutch painter’s brushstrokes. The upcoming movie will detail the story of Van Gogh’s life leading up to the tumultuous time surrounding his death some 125 years ago. According to the filmmakers, over 100 painters have contributed frames to the ambitious feature-length film that is still in progress at their headquarters in Gdansk, Poland. The film is currently being produced by Oscar-winning studios BreakThru Films and Trademark Films, and you can follow their progress or even get involved yourself on their website.    Thanks Colossal

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