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crossconnectmag: The Art of Alex CF Alex CF  is a London... crss

crossconnectmag : The Art of Alex CF Alex CF   is a London based illustrator, writer, sculptor and vocalist in Morrow, Archivist, Carnist, Anopheli  His work is visceral and whimsical, creating elaborately detailed depictions of earthen ritual, dark folklore, and forgotten horrors. His frenetic lines and beautiful depictions can be seen on band artwork, record labels and book covers alongside his own personal projects.  His personal artwork is inspired by animal mythology, the concepts of imbuing nonhumans with cultural, religious and ritualistic practices, creating fantastical naturalist scenes, with much of his personal illustrations connected by stories within a single narrative. Alex  shop . Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by Margaret   via crss

crossconnectmag: The Art of Alex CF Alex CF  is a London...

crossconnectmag : The Art of Alex CF Alex CF   is a London based illustrator, writer, sculptor and vocalist in Morrow, Archivist, Carnist, Anopheli  His work is visceral and whimsical, creating elaborately detailed depictions of earthen ritual, dark folklore, and forgotten horrors. His frenetic lines and beautiful depictions can be seen on band artwork, record labels and book covers alongside his own personal projects.  His personal artwork is inspired by animal mythology, the concepts of imbuing nonhumans with cultural, religious and ritualistic practices, creating fantastical naturalist scenes, with much of his personal illustrations connected by stories within a single narrative. Alex  shop . Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by Margaret   via

Inside the Johnson Wax Building, Racine

Inside the Johnson Wax Building, Racine

Inside the Guggenheim Museum, New York City

Inside the Guggenheim Museum, New York City

Design for the interior of the exhibition hall, Dresden

Design for the interior of the exhibition hall, Dresden

Design for a German Embassy, Washington D.C.

Design for a German Embassy, Washington D.C.

Design for the interior of a public art exposition, Germany

Design for the interior of a public art exposition, Germany

Design for a monumental public light fixture for Berlin

Design for a monumental public light fixture for Berlin

Design for a Volkerschlachtendenkmal near Leipzig

Design for a Volkerschlachtendenkmal near Leipzig

Architectural design for a war monument

Architectural design for a war monument

laughingsquid:A Wonderfully Satisfying Compilation of Stunning...

laughingsquid : A Wonderfully Satisfying Compilation of Stunning Handmade Paper Pop-Up Cards by Peter Dahmen

laughingsquid:A Wonderfully Satisfying Compilation of Stunning... crss

laughingsquid : A Wonderfully Satisfying Compilation of Stunning Handmade Paper Pop-Up Cards by Peter Dahmen crss

This is How You Transfer Millions Of Bacteria To Your Eyes

Ouch! We all know that irritated dry eye feeling that comes along with staring at a screen for far too long. Hey, I’m dealing with it right now as we speak (or as I type?). Our eyes strain to stay focused on the artificially illuminated images and it takes a toll on our overworked eyeballs. For those who work full time on their laptop, they’re spending about 8 hours a day staring at a screen. If that isn’t enough, the average person spends at least 2 hours scrolling through their phone, staring at yet again another screen. That’s 10 full hours of staring. Not only that, but then we have to deal with commuting. Again our eyes have to stay focused for extended periods of time. Often resulting in tunnel vision and burning, sleepy eyes. Your eyes need a break! Instinctively, when your eyes start to feel a bit irritated you rub them for relief. While that might alleviate the situation momentarily, you could actually be making the situation worse . If your eyes feel itchy or irritated,

Why Trying Hard to Stay in an Unhappy Relationship Is Not Love, but Fear

Dating in today’s society is difficult. It’s like navigating a mine field. Once people finally find someone they can settle down with, they want that relationship to last. Even if it means settling when they feel unhappy in the relationship, have to tolerate discomfort in the relationship, and convincing themselves that the relationship will be better some day. No one wants to be sad for sure. But why so many people choose to stay in an unhappy relationship even though they find it unfulfilling? Think about life before anyone entering a relationship. They were going along, relatively happy, free and doing their own thing. Then they met and possibly fell in love with their partner. And things changed. It was great at first. They started to build their own box, forming a close bonding. But then things began to shift because of different reasons. People will endure sadness, depression and live a life that is unfulfilled because it’s convenient and they are afraid to leave their c