Фотоблоги The Real Banksy This was my Easter special, got very little awareness really. It’s a shame because I was particularly pleased with the way the layers came out. What do you lot think? You're obviously not banksy, banksy wouldn't do it. Anonymous Well that just, like, your opinion, man. What is the meaning behind all your works, in general? What do you want them to mean? If you are the real Banksy, how do you feel about all the merchants in Camden selling merchandise with your artwork plastered acrost it? I used to get annoyed about it, but to be honest those guys are not that well off, they come from the same place that I did, and I’d rather they made money off it than rich art dealers and bandwagon-jumping celebrities. The Onion do make me laugh, I don’t know how I’ve never seen this before. For the record, I’m male and I don’t have any grandchildren… yet. Someone sent this to me - someone got a tattoo of some of my work! Has anyone else out there got a Banksy tattoo?
BACK TO THE FUTURE 2 (2011) : Irina Werning - Photographer - StumbleUpon Now its time for KOREA, TAIWAN AND TOKYO. If you live here and want to participate in my project, email me amazing old pictures to : email@example.com Riff Raff 1976 & 2011 London Andy 1967 & 2011 Los Angeles Johanes 1994 & 2011 Hamburg Maarje 1990 & 2011 Amsterdam Lea B 1980 & 2011 Paris Carli 1990 & 2011 Buenos Aires Alexandra 1970 & 2011 Paris Carol 1960 & 2011 New York Christoph 1990 & 2011 Berlin Wall Daphne 1986 & 2011 Paris Devoto 1990 & 2011 Buenos Aires Diego 1970 & 2011 Buenos Aires Evan 1957 & 2011 New York Giorgio 1982 & 2011 Paris Jackie 1994 & 2011 Buenos Aires Juan Carlos 1982 & 2011 Bs Aires Lea T 1995 & 2011 Paris Majo 1983 & 2011 Buenos Aires Marcela 1973 & 2011 Buenos Aires May 1985 & 2011 Buenos Aires Patrick 1968 & 2011 Paris Patrick B 1982 & 2011 Berlin Fer F 1981 & 2011 Buenos Aires Puna 2003 & 2011 Buenos Aires Sander 1983 & 2011 Rotterdam Sarah and Jim 1988 & 2011 Boston Seba 1986 & 2011 Patagonia Sole 1988 & 2011 Buenos Aires Sonia y Lauri 1988 & 2011 Bs Aires
The Depth maps of Kazuki Takamatsu Look For The Enemy Endlessly, © Kazuki Takamatsu Courtesy of Gallery Tomura Guest Contribution by Pascal Panagiotidis "We are little airy Creatures, all of different Voice and Features, one of us in Glass is set, One of us you'll find in Jet. It is possible to do alone, © Kazuki Takamatsu Courtesy of Gallery Tomura Takamatsu is a Japanese artist whose world is coming out of a fairy tale. Self-control, © Kazuki Takamatsu Courtesy of Gallery Tomura The method of mixing watercolor pigment with an opaque white pigment in a watercolor vehicle (made with gum arabic) is traditionally referred to as gouache. HIGHΥΜ-ΗLOW, © Kazuki Takamatsu Courtesy of Gallery Tomura Shadow/Deapth mapping or projective shadowing is a process by which shadows are added to 3D computer graphics. Takamatsu is represented by Gallery Tomura (Marucha Bldg. Discover Takamatsu's talent through the pictures that follow: How to make, © Kazuki Takamatsu Courtesy of Gallery Tomura sources: Kazuku Takamatsu , Today & Tomorrow
2010 - 2009 : Nimit Malavia firstname.lastname@example.org 905 483 1631 HomeBLOG All images © Nimit Malavia. The Beauty of Liquid Chinese artist Paul Shanghai can be drawing for 60 hours or more to perfect the look of flowing water, which is quite difficult to achieve due to the movement and transparency of this liquid. His artwork is composed on smooth paper that has a Bristol board kind of surface, and he uses various materials depending on each visual—e.g. mechanical and graphite pencils, erasers and blending stumps. Artwork © Paul Shanghai Via Drawing Pencil The Engine Institute, Inc. | Art, Science, Technology and Genius Switzerland Switzerland In June 2011, we spent a week in Switzerland, flying into Geneva, with an initial stop in Montreux, followed by a picturesque stay in Wengen, located above the Lauterbrunnen valley. The alps provided a stunning backdrop to explore the area. The village of Wengen where we stayed in an alpine chalet/hotel, above the Lauterbrunnen valley. Lauterbrunnen below, with its iconic waterfall. The train system in Switzerland is excellent. The train to Jungfrau. In the village of Lauterbrunnen. Another scene from Lauterbrunnen. Alpine cable cars rise into the fog above Wengen. The lakeshore village of Brienz. Brienz. Lucerne. Alpine village of Murren. Artist H.R. Besides cows, goats and sheep tend to be outfitted with bells. A cog train at Kleine Scheidegg. Riding the train from Kleine Scheidegg back to Wengen offered stunning valley views. The Swiss version of "Zip Line" takes you up to 75 MPH for almost a 1/2 mile. Relaxing with a plate of charcuterie under Mt. © 2013 John Miranda