Alex Konahin Fine Line art The fine line graphic project by Latvian designer Alex Konahin made with dip pen using black ink or other materials, sometimes including his own blood, yuk! Cura Te Ipsum - The Continuing Adventures of Charlie Everett » (170) Safe Well, my decidedly off-kilter/Nerdesque theory on that goes more like this: We have no conclusive evidence that DE ever was any other Everett. To go Trek here, IDIC, or Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations says all possibilities are possible in an infinite amount of parallel realities. We saw a bit of that in the CP/Billie walkabout after CP telling his father what-fer, with the dickhead Broadway Charlie, where their common dream of becoming an actor came true, but not so much with a Charlie who is as much like the common Everett (as Lord BaileyMort is aware I have a large unspecified theory on the Charliverse I am working on, but suffice to say the central group we know are what I would consider ‘common’ in this context). Now I know the next part has been discounted as a raison d’etre for the why of DE, I consider it more of a why for DE: Once he ran out of (a)morally similar selves, the weight of all that is what made him decide ‘All Charlies Must Die!’
You Will Never Guess What These Sculptures Are Made Of – The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome Home / Art / You Will Never Guess What These Sculptures Are Made Of This is Haroshi. He is a self made artist who loves to create amazing sculptures and skate One day he had the genius idea of combining the two things he love the most in the world So he started to create these awesome sculptures out of…you guessed it.. Skateboards ! The Mesmerizing Gifs of Graphonaute Science student Hugo Germain (aka. Graphonaute) is just 18 years old, but crates animations and visual effects that seem well beyond his years. Though animation is not his primary focus, Germain spends his spare time mixing live action footage with various 3D tools to create quirky visual effects and experiments.
Harding Meyer News Text Galleries Photography oil on canvas The Museum of Every Object you can Probably Think Of Hop over to Italy with me for a minute will you? In the countryside province of Parma (yeah, that place where the ham comes from), an unusual and one-of-a-kind museum awaits … We’re at the Ettore Guatelli Museum, an archive of more than 60,000 artifacts that bear witness to the lives and work of men and women, masterfully arranged within a beautiful old farming estate. Hassan Hajjaj - Artists - Taymour Grahne Born in Larache, Morocco, in 1961, Hassan Hajjaj left Morocco for London at an early age. Heavily influence by the club, hip-hop, and reggae scenes of London as well as by his North African heritage, Hajjaj is a self-taught and thoroughly versatile artist whose work includes portraiture, installation, performance, fashion, and interior design, including furniture made from recycled utilitarian objects from North Africa, such as upturned Coca-Cola crates as stools and aluminum cans turned into lamps. Turning to photography in the late 80s, Hajjaj is a master portraitist, taking studio portraits of friends, musicians, and artists, as well as strangers from the streets of Marrakech, often wearing clothes designed by the artist. past exhibition 28 January - 8 March 2014 Press
Beauty company Lush releases mesmerising new video of dissolving bath products Cosmetics company filmed the moment bath bombs hit the waterA reaction to the 'emotional hijacking' of corporate Christmas adverts The Experimenter has original score performed by a 45-piece orchestra By Olivia Foster for MailOnline Published: 13:12 GMT, 19 December 2014 | Updated: 14:30 GMT, 19 December 2014 Lila Rose Melting wax sketches at granma’s house Midway doodles Lower house drawing inspired by the book ‘Ant colony’ Pilton Storm and other wanderings Pilton 2014 in The park, green fields, cafe lala west holts and shangri la
KYND creates watercolor paintings with computer code aug 25, 2013 KYND creates watercolor paintings with computer code kenichi yoneda creates watercolor paintings with computer code using openFrameworks FBO to create simulations of computerized watercolor paintings, design engineer kenichi yonedi ( otherwise known as KYND) has creatively coded a series of graphic textured images for a presentation at the yamaguchi mini maker faire in japan which coincided with the 2013 openFrameworks developer conference. openGL texture(image) blending is utilized to blur and combine multiple scenes just as one do using photoshop layers, which as a result, creates a visual performance of color and pixels in a digital medium. to see more of his work, visit his vimeo page here. simulations of watercolor paintings are created using frameWorks code openGL texture(image) blending is utilized to blur and combine multiple scenes like photoshop layers
Sci Fi Concepts - Bearfootfilms Sci Fi Concepts Concept Designs for Future Things All the 3D Elements are created in Lightwave 3d and then painted over and tweaked in Photoshop. Rebuild Hangar Jama's Alphabet Soup Looking for some cool ways to celebrate National Poetry Month during April? Check out Poets.org for all kinds of great resources for teachers, students, librarians and poetry lovers of all ages. There’s a Spring Book List, information about Poem in Your Pocket Day (April 26th), “30 Ways to Celebrate Poetry Month,” and a Calendar of Events taking place around the country.
DRAWINGS - David Jien MOBB DEEP/ DROP A GEM ON EM', 2014, color pencil, graphite, and holographic film on paper, 11x17in (27.9x43.2cm) THE GOOD ERF, 2014, color pencil and graphite on paper, 14x18.25in (35.56x46.355cm) WRETCH, 2014, color pencil and graphite on paper, 8.5x11in (21.6x27.9cm) THE KITE OWLS, 2014, color pencil and graphite on paper, 8.5x11in (21.6x27.9cm) BAD BOY COMING THRU!, 2014, color pencil, gouache, and graphite on paper, 8.5x11in (21.6x27.9cm)