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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev


really-shit : LEAGUE OF EXTRAVAGANT GRANNIES,  Osborne Macharia This is the story of Kenya’s League Of Extravagant Grannies who were once corporate and government leaders in the 1970’s but are now retired. They now live the retired high life, traveling to exotic and remote areas within Africa to explore, party and enjoy in exclusivity. Little is known about them. Stay subscribed for more interesting features.

Illustrations by ErisiardA l tumblr l shop

Illustrations by Erisiar dA l tumblr l shop

Human Motions Sculptures by Peter JansenPeter Jansen (1956)...

Human Motions Sculptures by Peter Jansen Peter Jansen (1956) studied Physics and Philosophy at the university. He worked as a guide, accompanying groups on survival and canoe trips, after which he dedicated his life entirely to the arts. Based on his ideas on transposition and movement the artist Peter Jansen uses shapes of the human body to create energetic spaces. In his earlier work, he focused on open spaces, created almost free of matter and weight. His recent sculptures capture sequences of human movements in space and time, in a single frame. Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

really-shit: The Starlight Room (by Raniero Campigotto) Located...

really-shit : The Starlight Room (by Raniero Campigotto) Located at an altitude of 2,055m in Col Gallina, a short distance away from the busy and popular Cortina d’Ampezzo ski resort, the Starlight Room strikes a perfect balance between natural bliss and modern comfort. Created by Raniero Campigotto, the manager of Rifugio Col Gallina, this small room provides the ideal opportunity to enjoy the unique beauty of both the mountain landscape and of the night sky. Large glass walls on four sides of the room include the ceiling section above the bed, offering an unrestricted view of the surroundings. Keep reading

Zhao NaThe intricate crosshatching technique of...

Zhao Na The intricate crosshatching technique of Beijing-based illustrator Zhao Na conjures worlds like collages, consisting of animals, urban elements, a variety of plant life and plenty of surprises to entertain the viewer. Upon closer inspection there’s always something new to discover or unravel. In the future, Zhao plans to explore different sorts of mediums like sculpting and installations. Check out our Facebook page and Twitter for daily art updates! | Posted by Falco

Hal Hefner’s Comsume Series Consume is an iconic pop art...

Hal Hefner’s Comsume Series Consume is an iconic pop art series by artist Hal Hefner , that is a call to action evoking curiosity & conversation with socially conscious graphic imagery. Originally inspired by John Carpenter’s 80’s cult film, THEY LIVE, the art series calls into question the concept of CONSUMERISM & how it dictates our every day lives as human beings in the 21st Century. More Hal: Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter See beneath the surface of art on Cross Connect’s Facebook & Twitter Posted by Yellowmenace

A New Visme: Huge Update to the Online Design Tool

A New Visme: Huge Update to the Online Design Tool

Futuristic Stingray Spacecraft Design Proposal for Disney

This cool and futuristic spacecraft was inspired by stingray, hence the name. It’s a concept design for Disney Tomorrowland, which we believe it would fit really well in the movie. You can read the explanation of this project below. The Stingray Spacecraft was initially one of my proposals for the Disney movie Tomorrowland. I did a lot of work on the movie however this proposal was not chosen. My inspiration for the design was obviously a stingray but also being a senior creative car designer for GM I wanted to infused some hints and features from the iconic 60’s Corvette Stingray and classic Chevy tail lamps. (you can see in the image of details). The design had to portray the most basic and recognizable silhouette of the marine creature especially in top view as if the vessel is gliding in the air from above you and would give you the sense that you’re deep in the pacific ocean. On second reads, the spacecraft showcases these iconic classic Chevy Stingray features that are more a

crossconnectmag: The Papercraft and Origami  Skills of   Kota...

crossconnectmag : The Papercraft and Origami  Skills of   Kota Hiratsuka I was born in Aichi, Japan in 1988. Loving Japanese traditional art, Origami.  To tell the truth, I haven’t learn any design and art techniques at school.  All skill is self-education. As a Paper crafter. I’ve been created various geometric Origami Mosaics with passion. There are a lot of colors. Not only geometric pattern,but also wildlife,Japanese traditional and more.      On Tumblr HT to  Justin Ruckman                                                        && Check out our Facebook