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Lawrence Yang *UPDATE* - I've been working on a new site so haven't been keeping this up to date -- in the meantime if you'd like to see my latest work, please find me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. And as always, you can email me with any questions! Thanks, Lawrence Prices for original work ranges from $200 to $1000. Please email me for more details. Limited edition prints are also available here.
Book release : DELUSIONAL January 12, 2012 - DELUSIONAL: The Story of the Jonathan LeVine Gallery will be released March 1, 2012. The gallery will host a NY launch and book signing on: SATURDAY, MARCH 10TH, from 3—5pm A number of artists featured in the book will be in attendance. Wagon-wheel effect The wagon-wheel effect (alternatively, stagecoach-wheel effect, stroboscopic effect) is an optical illusion in which a spoked wheel appears to rotate differently from its true rotation. The wheel can appear to rotate more slowly than the true rotation, it can appear stationary, or it can appear to rotate in the opposite direction from the true rotation. This last form of the effect is sometimes called the reverse rotation effect. The wagon-wheel effect is most often seen in film or television depictions of stagecoaches or wagons in Western movies, although recordings of any regularly spoked wheel will show it, such as helicopter rotors and aircraft propellers.
Maja Wrońska I’m really enjoying the use of structure and color by Poland-based watercolor artist Maja Wrońska who has captured some lovely scenes from Paris, Venice, Prague, and elsewhere. Catch more of her work over on DeviantArt and Behance. (via my darkened eyes) everything will be okay. I’ve been a member at the Huntington Library and Gardens for a while now, but never ventured into this room. The Desert Garden conservatory is hands down my new favorite spot. I think the thing I love about desert plants is how textured they are, how they don’t need much attention and they can hold their own. They’re pretty independent, which is strange to say about something planted in dirt. The Huntington Library has a plethora of different gardens, all unique and beautiful. It makes for a great afternoon to go meandering around, soaking up the sun.
why? i don't know elijah120607: Chris Pine, Josh Duhamel, Aaron Paul, Taylor Kitsch, Garrett Hedlund, Amie Hamer, James Marsden, James Franco, Chris Hemsworth, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt ＠Yu Tsai. (via nirvanaofcelestialbodies) Fernando Vicente Originally published on August 5th, 2013: We are fans of Madrid-based artist Fernando Vicente, and have shown his work several times before. Today we take a look at his Atlas series, a series of paintings on old maps where here skillfully transforms countries and continents into faces, animals, and skulls using acrylic paint. Check out more of Vicente's work here.