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Piety within Progression

Piety within Progression

Featured Geek Artist: Coran "Kizer" Stone - This Art is Awesome! There are so many artists in the world that do such great work, we want to try and give exposure to as many of them as we can so we've starting a Featured Artist column that will focus on one artist, and a collection of their work. This week we featured two pieces of Geek Art from Deviant Art user Kizer180 also known as Coran "Kizer" Stone, and . These are just a couple of pieces from the artist awesome collection of work. I love this guys stuff, and I dig his style. I'm sure you will as well. I just wanted to share some more of my favorite pieces of his work with you, and get it all out there. I'm an artist that's been naturally extracting for some time now. Check out the artwork below and tell us what you think!

Recyclebank Get closer to nature by living in an underground home built from sustainable materials I’ve always wanted to live in an underground dwelling because it’s the closest I’ll ever get to living like a Hobbit, and it seems like the perfect place to go in case zombies attack. Most importantly, underground homes are very eco-friendly and are built directly into the earth, which means they take up less construction material and produce less waste. Plus, they just look cool! Here are 4 underground homes that get my “thumbs up” for being truly green and innovative: 1. This earthen home designed by KWK Promes has a grass roof that absorbs water and helps to regulate temperature inside the home. 2. Designed by Dutch architecture firm SeaRCH and Christian Müller Architects, this beautiful underground home located in a Swiss village has rooms that wrap around an interior courtyard, and they all get flooded with natural light. 3. This low impact woodland home was built in Wales by Simon Dale. 4.

Jesse Anderson Art - Draw As A Maniac and stay positive - Waterfox Jesse Anderson is a professional illustratior and what can i say … his style is awesome. Just scroll down and have fun. You can find more of his art at HERE Enjoy The Gallery Leave a Reply AMS Design Blog: Product Spotlight : Knock Knock Stationery I first saw a knock knock product in the shop at the Saatchi gallery here in London and it was love at first site. Self proclaimed as putting the fun in functional, their products are totally useless but incredibly amusing and make for great gifts. Check out their website here. Great Deadener | Flies Are Spies From Hell Great Deadener from Red Eyes Unravelling by Flies Are Spies From Hell Immediate download of Great Deadener in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app. £0.59 GBP Buy the Full Digital Album credits from Red Eyes Unravelling, released 12 December 2009 tags tags: rock ambient epic instrumental post-rock rock United Kingdom license all rights reserved feeds feeds for this album, this artist about Flies Are Spies From Hell UK Progressive Epic Instrumental Post-Rock(Southern England)Field RecordsBookings etc: EU Bookings: shows Aug 28 Fernhill Farm Somerset, UK discography more releases... contact / help Contact Flies Are Spies From Hell Download help Redeem download codes Top Bandcamp

Guerra Creativa | Jacek Yerka: surrealismo y fantasía Jacek Yerka: surrealismo y fantasía posted by Choosa on 26.01.2011 15:08 Por: Juan Quaglia Yerka Jacek es un artista oriundo de Torún, Polonia, cuyas muy llamativas obras combinan surrealismo y fantasía, de la mano de un estilo cándido y casi infantil. Comentarios (9) Comentarios GENIAL! 02:37 Feb 22 wow, me gusto y como que hay repeticion entre algunas de sus imagens pero muy bueno 05:27 Jan 29 fuera de joda: me parece una mezcla muy sutíl entre dalí y escher, pero con una personalidad propia y una fijación en los caracoles. 22:54 Jan 26 Pensamiento de la gente de la imagen 11: "que no se mueva el lagarto o nos ahogamos todos" 22:44 Jan 26 Me puede fascinar su trabajo! 20:15 Jan 26 uff ke chimba tiene cositas steampunk me encanta quiero hacer de eso :D 18:30 Jan 26 este toma de la buena!! 17:42 Jan 26 Wow uno de mis preferidos sinplemente su arte es fantastico..!!! 16:36 Jan 26 gone79Estrella en ascenso (1891) Este si!!!

Leviathan: graphic novel of a gigantic cruise ship lost at sea for 20 years The great cruise ship Leviathan launched from England in 1928. The mile-long luxury liner is a floating city, complete with tall concrete buildings (in the Art Deco style of the Chrysler Building), parks, a railway, a zoo, and 28,000 passengers. Its intended destination was New York, but at some point in the the journey the ship got lost at sea. For the last 20 years, Leviathan has floated silently in curiously lifeless water "with no sign of land, nor even sun or stars. By day, the sky is a sick, bilious yellow. At night, a black suffocating blanket. The passengers haven't exactly gotten comfortable with the situation, but they have adapted into a micro-society that allows them to survive. To find the killer, Detective Sergeant Lament has to go below deck, where the steerage passengers are imprisoned. The creative duo behind this graphic novel are writer Ian Edginton and artist D'Israeli. Leviathan, by Ian Edginton and D'Israeli


Digitalhead Daily » [TIPS] RunAsDate lets you indefinitely extend software trial periods If you get a trial version of a program, it will generally give to a certain amount of time to try the software and evaluate it before buying. What if the software’s 3-day trial period just isn’t enough for you to be satisfied? There are a few programs out there that will let you run programs as a set date to get more out of a trial period, but RunAsDate from NirSoft seems to be the most simple out of the bunch. This utility is simple to use. To simplify the process later on, tell it to create a desktop shortcut. This could be a downside if the program actually uses the date and time for whatever purpose, but if you want everything to work properly, you might want to consider either buying the software or looking for an open source alternative. Now for the caveats. You may want to remove all other shortcuts to the program from your desktop and start menu after making sure this tool works with the program you are using it with. What do you think?

Post-apocalyptic Tokyo scenery 19 Aug 2010 The illustrations of TokyoGenso (a.k.a. Tokyo Fantasy) depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature. Shinjuku skyline [+] Tokyo Big Sight [+] Rainbow Bridge [+] Moai statue at Shibuya station [+] Kabuki-za Theater, Ginza [+] Mode HAL iKO Building, Shinjuku [+] Poster for "The Book of Eli" (Japanese title: "The Walker") [+] Gundam // Tokyogenso Robot Tokyo Sky Tree [+] Sofmap Akihabara [+] Haneda Airport [+] Cover of Liberal Time, September 2010 Akihabara [+] Saigō Takamori statue, Ueno Poster for "The Book of Eli" (a.k.a. Osaka street scene - Tsūtenkaku Tower [+] Osaka street scene - Billiken [+] Osaka street scene [+] Hato Bus [+] Tokyo Monorail [+] Shibuya station (Fukutoshin Line) // Seibu Shibuya "Manneken Pis" statue at Hamamatsuchō station Ueno [+] Tokyo Tower [+] Shinjuku station [+] Hanayashiki amusement park, Asakusa [+] McDonald's [+] Yoyogi station [+] Nakano station [+] Akihabara [+] Shibuya [+] Wako Building, Ginza [+] [Links: tokyogenso blog, pixiv, deviantART]

This is What Happens When You Give Thousands of Stickers to Thousands of Kids This December, in a surprisingly simple yet ridiculously amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Ar, artist Yayoi Kusama constructed a large domestic environment, painting every wall, chair, table, piano, and household decoration a brilliant white, effectively serving as a giant white canvas. Over the course of two weeks, the museum’s smallest visitors were given thousands upon thousands of colored dot stickers and were invited to collaborate in the transformation of the space, turning the house into a vibrantly mottled explosion of color. How great is this? Given the opportunity my son could probably cover the entire piano alone in about fifteen minutes. The installation, entitled The Obliteration Room, is part of Kusama’s Look Now, See Forever exhibition that runs through March 12. If you liked this you’ll also enjoy Roman Ondak’s Room of Heights and Karina Smigla-Bobinski’s helium-filled kinetic drawing sculpture.

Jean Giraud (Moebius) 1938-2012 - Waterfox I spent some time trying to select the right images for this post. I found the top one particularly appropriate; if there’s any artist that I associate with magic coming to life from the pages of a book, it’s French comics artist, illustrator and movie concept artist Jean Giraud, more commonly known by his pen name, Moebius. I was saddened to learn that Giraud died today, March 10, 2012, at the age of 73. Of all of the fantastic artists and illustrators who have worked in the medium of comics, from the Golden Age newspaper greats to the present era of “graphic novels”, Giraud is my favorite. I’ve often said that he demonstrated more imagination and creativity in a few of his offhand sketches than many professional comics artists and illustrators will display in their entire careers. Admittedly, his own writing style, which at best could be called “stream of consciousness”, didn’t lend itself to coherent stories as much as flights of wild visual fantasy.

LHR Serrated w/ Sheath The sooner you bring it back, the sooner I'll buy it!!! One of the best knives Gerber has ever produced, and it's suddenly discontinued? Please, Gerber, work out whatever snafus with Larsen, Harsey & Reeve might have led to the discontinuation, and bring back this great knife! Please Gerber, bring this knife back! Why do you guys seem to discountinue the best knives you make? I have had this knife for a good mounth now and used it for days at a time and this knife never let me down, I used it for opening tin cans and choping trees and even threw the thing and it kept going not even wrecking the tip of the blade! Great knife please bring it BACK! I carried an LHR through my last deployment to Iraq. Started looking for this blade awhile back, and was irritated at first that Gerber had discontinued it. I had one and sold it to my cousin. Boughtt one want to get one for son bring back great knife. I WISH THAT U,,,, WOULD BRING BACK THE L.H.R. Yes great knife and sheath. Sweet knife.

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