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Song Contests | ParamountSong. Sketch of Voronoi. Layout and Composition. Shocking Illustrations Criticizing Our Society (NSFW) Every day in our lives we are bombarded with news and information that pertains to our society by addressing various subjects such as politics, religion, violence, sexuality, behavior, among others. Luis Quiles is an illustrator and he sarcastically criticizes the society on these issues and makes his art a way of expressing the most different kinds of emotions: sadness, anxiety, ambition, power, display, anger, happiness, pain and so on… The result could not be better! Take a look. These Incredible, Photorealistic Drawings Will Make You Wonder How a Human Hand Could Create Images So Lifelike.

Make your own Kaleidocycles! Harmonograph v1.03 - Pelle's Interactive Harmonograph. Designer Tools from Swantesson Interactive. Google Rainbow. About Google Rainbow is a javascript experiment by Haroon Baig using Google's Image Search API. It should work across all modern browsers, but please no complaints if not. Google Rainbow is in no way associated with or endorsed by Google Inc.Dedicated to the steelworkers of America - Keep reaching for that rainbow! Cooler Kreator (formerly Kuler Creator): DIY Generative Art with Adobe Kuler - created by Visualrinse. CONTINUUM: Ddress. Carnal fury .com by rafaël rozendaal, 2011, commisioned by kunstverein wiesbaden.

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Other People's Art Perals. How to draw. Wisteria. Arc experiment. Ablaze. Abstract Drawing Game | Fractal Art. Beautiful Curves. Aleph Null: Color Music -- Jim Andrews. Jim Andrews: concept, programming, design Jan Odvárko: color-picker Thanks to Regina Célia Pinto, David Jhave Johnston, Ted Warnell, Maarten van Emden, Christine Wilks of JSArt, and the British and Irish Poets List--especially David Bircumshaw--for feedback during dev. Aleph Null is my first piece with the new HTML 5 canvas tag which requires no plugins and works in all modern browsers, including mobile phones. It's exciting to have such a canvas to work/play with in a public technology that is not at the mercy of a corporation's business plan or its continued existence.

Such must be the future for net art; it isn't feasible to rely on corporations to support tools indefinitely, whereas technologies developed in the public sphere stand more of a chance of at least achieving their logical growth and form from their potential. Aleph Null is color music. Colors are tones. Notes are tones. Here is a slidvid of Aleph Null stills. In particular, Ben F. Vectorizer | Black Hole Design. Untitled. ROPE. Paint Spin Art. Plumage: FineFlickrFeathers. Petals: Fine Flickr Flowers. Hagelslag app. Your Infinite Painting. Joefentonart. Solitude - 2010/2011 - A work in progress on Behance.

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See much more here. (via DDN JAPAN) Amazing Skull Drawn with a Dip Pen by Alex Konahin. Latvian artist Alex Konahin spent two weeks drawing this gorgeous skull for clothing company Heretics using little more than black ink and a few dip pens (and probably a few decades of artistic experience). Konahin’s similarly meticulous line art was making the rounds on a number of blogs earlier this week. See much more over on Behance. Billy Collins: A Poet's Affection For Emily Dickinson. Before I Got My Eye Put Out - The Poetry of Emily Dickinson: Crash Course English Lit #8. Voices and Visions Spotlight -- Ezra Pound.

Although admired for his contribution to poetry — among other things, he founded the imagist movement — Ezra Pound was also considered a controversial figure for his erratic personality and the political views he expressed during World War II. Pound saw the poet as a "guide and lamp of civilization," and into his best-known work, the 800-page Cantos, he poured his knowledge of philosophy, economics, art, and history. However divided his critics, Pound's bold theories and poetic experiments set the standards of modernism. View this video => View a video clip of the Ezra Pound poem "Canto LXXXI". Academy of American Poets Hear Pound's own inimitable reading of "Canto I," read other Pound poems, and find a brief Pound biography and a list of other helpful Pound links.

Kobe University: Ezra Pound A haunting photograph of Pound in his later years greets you on Michael Eiichi Hishikawa's Pound page. Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library of Yale University T. SUNY-Buffalo, Electronic Poetry Center. Painting In making "Solitude" by Joe Fenton. StumbleUpon December 3, 2013 This painting is graphite version of the painting Solitude by Joe Fenton.The painting was firstly created with pencil then with ink, acrylic & gouache.You can look ta the details of the painting it is amazing piece of artwork. Via : Behance Joe Fenton. Sketchpad - Online Paint/Drawing application. The Bureau of Communication - Fill-in-the-blank Correspondence. How to Write Articles and Essays Quickly and Expertly - StumbleUpon. Translations: Belorussian Introduction: Four Types of Discursive Writing From time to time people express amazement at how I can get so much done.

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Anytime I look at things I don’t like about what-is, the same negative thoughts and associated feelings resurface and I feel like I’m back at square one. It’s no surprise, then, that those unwanted things in reality are still being reflected back to me, eh? A couple of weeks ago I changed my approach and have experienced dramatic shifting on these issues as a result, so I thought I’d share my process with you here today in case any of you are going through a similar situation and want to shift at deeper levels as well.

I was intuitively led to this process; I didn’t spend any time consciously putting it together, it just sort of happened very organically one day. Namaste, Tresa Rae ♥ Main Page - Astro-Databank, Astrology data and horoscope of 2000. FREE Tarot Readings. Select the Cards for Your Reading. Amazing Celebrity Portraits Out of Spontaneous Pen Scribbles. Inspiration September 18, 2013 Who would have thought that the random scribbling we usually do in boring classes at school or in meetings at the office can actually be used as serious illustration style?

We are a huge fan of doodle art so when we found the works of this amazing illustrator from Malaysia, we couldn’t help ourselves but to share his world to you guys. Meet Vince Low, an illustrator from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia whose works are characterized by whimsical line doodles and spontaneous pen scribbles transformed into intricate illustrations of celebrity portraits used in advertising and other creative projects. Most of his most popular projects on his Behance portfolio are collections of portrait illustration of celebrities and icons. By just using a set of black ink pens, Vince creates realistic human portraits through random scribbling as a unique illustration style. Scroll down below to see more of his amazing illustrations and spot on your most favorite! Stay awesome everyone! Kerbyrosanes (Kerby Rosanes) on deviantART.

DOODLE ART: “Into the Deep” - 11” x 16” - Uni Pin... Photo July 15, 2013 252 notes DOODLE ART: “Into the Deep” - 11” x 16”- Uni Pin pens in a drawing paper- Approx. 4 hours of doodling Shop for prints, iPhone cases, hoodies and tees on my shop. Facebook | DeviantArt | Twitter | Behance | Instagram Tags: doodle art doodle doodling doodles awesome doodles cool doodles cute doodles anchor drawing traditional art mermaid artists on tumblr doodle artist kerby rosanes sketchy stories ShareThisFacebookGoogle TweetLinkedInPinterest You might like: DOODLE WIP: Dreams MOLESKINE DOODLES Page 23 ”Guardian Spirit” I...

BORING doodles Its been more than a day and the... MOLESKINE DOODLES Page 29 "Venomous" One of the... Recommended by I am Kerby Rosanes and I draw (almost) all things... | More >> This is "Sketchy Stories", my personal blog about doodling, illustration, drawing, painting and sketching and how they affect my daily living. All images/artworks posted in this blog are owned and copyrighted by me unless otherwise stated. ME ELSEWHERE Commissions?