Cooking strainers - portrait shadow artCooking strainers are usually used to strain liquids off food products. It’s usually something we don’t take much notice of. Artist Isaac Cordal adds another purpose to strainers through his urban installation called Cement Bleak.Abduzeedo | Graphic Design Inspiration and Photoshop TutorialsAmazing Water Drawings with InkTo mark “World Water Day” (March 22nd), Solidarites International has launched an ad campaign to raise awareness about contaminated water that kills so many people in the world. It is a video developed by agency BDDP Unlimited, produced by Hush, and directed by Clement Beauvais. Official notes about the project: [...] Link via iGNANTInvisible Creature: WorkXbox One Viking monsters, space creatures, rabid animals & more. New work for Xbox One. A New Mark Redesigned for a new era, our mummy icon gets a facelift. Gift Maker Toys for PNC See our new project for Deutsch and build/win toys From "The 12 Days Of Christmas" song. Welcome To Minorville 100 feet of basswood and 50 hours later, a city was built.
Miga de Pan | modern handmade for babies, kids and home.Steve SmithI don’t know what’s the deal with these hyperrealist artists, once again, great work, but absolutely no information…so I’ll just tell you to look at Steve Smith’s pretty paintings, who apparently dreams of sunny days, holidays and sunglasses. Can’t say I blame him!OBI Scrapbook Blog199 result(s) for Encyclopedia higher resolution Persian art: printed fabric. From Galería del arte decorativo (Gallery of Decorative Art) vol. 2, collective work, Barcelona, 1890. (Source: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) higher resolution Arabic art: manuscript paintings applicable to various types of ornamentation, particularly enamels. higher resolution Decorative painting from the Apollo gallery in the Louvre, XVI century. higher resolution Italy, XVI century morion bearing the coat of arms of the Piccolomini family. higher resolution Poland, costumes of the nobility. higher resolution Capital from the Luxor Temple, representing a papyrus flower. 1200 B.C. higher resolution View of Pavia and the Ponte Coperto. From Dictionnaire encyclopédique Trousset, Paris, 1886 - 1891. (Source: oldbookillustrations.com)