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Cyber Eau De Parfum – Digital Fragrance of The Future

Flux Machine superb .gifs and animations by Kevin Weir      ...

Flux Machine superb .gifs and animations by Kevin Weir           Hi! i was commissioned to make some spooky character gifs for the upcoming film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children @peregrinesmovie which happens to be directed by one of my all-time favorite directors, Tim Burton. really fun project! More unique art: Instagram || Twitter || Facebook Posted by Andrew

Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Hula, aka Sean Yoro, stepped into...

Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula Non-toxic Urban Art from Hula   Hula , aka Sean Yoro , stepped into the street art world in 2015, when the release of his unique water murals became a buzz. Born in Oahu, he spent most of his time surfing. Influenced by his love of the ocean, Hula took to the water to create semi-submerged murals, while balancing on his stand up paddleboard. His subjects are simple and his approach to beauty is classical but he has a connection to Earth and proposes an environmental discussion. All oil paints and mediums used for his projects are completely non-toxic. Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

Neon Noire, Original Neon Art from Kate HushWhen we see a neon...

Neon Noire, Original Neon Art from Kate Hush When we see a neon sign, we realize how wonderful it is but we don’t think about the process to make it. Now that we have the opportunity to find out, what is the methodology you follow when you are creating? You always want to start with a line drawing of exactly what you’d like to see in glass, true to size. I do this digitally, which allows me to match my line width to the thickness of the glass tubing I plan on using. I then print my drawing onto heat resistant bending paper via a vinyl plotter that I jammed a marker into, (as opposed to the normal blade it would use). After you have your layout ready, the bending process can begin. This consists of taking your glass tubing and heating sections of it over a torch until it’s pliable and can be bent into the same shape as the lines that make up your layout. You’re basically tracing your image in the glass when it’s soft. Which rules do you have to follow when you’re