iheartmyart:

Joey Borovicka, The Scientist, oil on canvas, 47 x 69 inches, 2012

Like a mystery.. Like a point-and-click adventure game

iheartmyart:

Joey Borovicka, The Scientist, oil on canvas, 47 x 69 inches, 2012

Like a mystery.. Like a point-and-click adventure game

Friday Feb 14 12:11am
tagged as: art. the shed door rubbed smooth.
reblogged from iheartmyart


iheartmyart:

Nathaniel Russell, Singer 1 & 2

Thursday Feb 13 12:26am
tagged as: art.
reblogged from iheartmyart


watershedplus:

18 temporary pontoon bridges were built for the 2013 Maha Kumbh Mela, one of the largest religious gathering on earth (with an estimated 100 million piligrims in 2013), held that year on the banks of the Sangam in Allahabad at the confluence of the rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati.

Photographs by Wolfgang Weinhardt.

Via The Guardian, and more details here

Thursday Feb 13 12:26am
tagged as: peeps.
reblogged from watershedplus


cauda-pavonis:

divaneee:

Kazakh

Always reblog eagle hunters

Sunday Feb 2 11:14pm
tagged as: eagle hunters. Adventure. inspiration.
reblogged from cauda-pavonis

beouija:

The super-duper Dan Berry asked me what getting an idea feels like for me & I spent a long time thinking about it.

NINE THINGS GETTING AN IDEA FEELS LIKE (to me)

1)  Groping around in a dark room and feeling something that’s a weird shape and just touching it everywhere and trying to figure out what it is. Then you try to draw a picture of the shape, whatever it is, in the dark. It comes out all wrong, but you kind of like it anyway.


2)  Being in a really messy room filled with piles of broken shit and then finding a small but powerful magic electromagnet and turning it on. All the broken shit  sort of hovers up into the air & the pieces sort of go whoom-whoom-whoom & stick to the elecromagnet until they make an object & the room is clean (I think I’ve seen an anime where this happens).

3)  You are in a dark cave. There’s a deep hole that opens out into a dark underground sea filled with stuff. You are fishing creatures and things up through the hole with a really thin piece of string. Sometimes you get pretty scared you’re going to fall into the hole

4)  Your mind is a stinky room filled with hundreds of feral cats and cat shit. Sometimes you open a window in your mind & it’s light & clean & there are interesting things & people outside the window. Why don’t you always keep the windows open? Who let all these cats in? Why don’t you get out of there once in a while?

5)  There is low-level screaming in your mind at all times. Sometimes the screaming gets so loud inside your mind that you start screaming in real life also. You could go to a therapist, or you could draw a comic about it. Therapists are very expensive.

6)  There are irritating flies in your mind that are always biting you. You shoo them away & try to kill them. They just fly around and lay eggs and die and eat the shit in your mind like flies do. But then every so often you look closely at one of the flies. It’s actually a beautiful fairy princess with diamond-rainbow wings! She wants you to draw her picture! Wow!

7)  You are sick and need to vomit & so you do & then you feel better. Then you let people look at the vomit. They like it! They think you’re so cool because of your vomit! They want to make out with you!

8)  You’re just hanging out in your mind & then you find something in there very small, very tiny, but when you look at it closely it’s the shield of Achilles in that scene in The Iliad with the earth & sun & sky & cities & weddings & fields being plowed & wars being fought & grape pickers & a bull being attacked by lions & sheep & men & women dancing & the ocean.

9)  There is a funny story you tell at parties & then one day you realize that if you just tweak a couple things and change everyones’ name it would make a decent comic. Bang! Done.

Tuesday Jan 21 10:14pm
tagged as: INSPIRATION. art project.
reblogged from beouija


iheartmyart:

DUKNO YOON Assistant Professor, Metalsmithing & Jewelry

Emaildukno@ksu.edu
Websitehttp://www.duknoyoon.com

(via perfectlyscrumptiousactegratuit)

Sunday Jan 19 11:06pm
tagged as: art. art project. flight.
reblogged from iheartmyart

djkaeru:

coelacanthteeth:

never ever apologize to me for your dog being too excited to see me

a dog could knock me to the ground and give me a black eye and I would still hug it and love it because dogs hurt because they love too much I love dogs

image

Sunday Jan 19 11:03pm
tagged as: the answer is always yes.
reblogged from bearberries

Saturday Jan 18 11:04pm
reblogged from oldchum

oktotally:

i can feel it, i can feel the cosmos

oktotally:

i can feel it, i can feel the cosmos

Tuesday Jan 14 11:13pm
tagged as: INSPIRATION.
reblogged from oktotally

This sentence has five words. Here are five more words. Five-word sentences are fine. But several together become monotonous. Listen to what is happening. The writing is getting boring. The sound of it drones. It’s like a stuck record. The ear demands some variety. Now listen. I vary the sentence length, and I create music. Music. The writing sings. It has a pleasant rhythm, a lilt, a harmony. I use short sentences. And I use sentences of medium length. And sometimes, when I am certain the reader is rested, I will engage him with a sentence of considerable length, a sentence that burns with energy and builds with all the impetus of a crescendo, the roll of the drums, the crash of the cymbals—sounds that say listen to this, it is important. Gary Provost (via tuongexists)

Holy crap, what just happened there… (via cyrusgabriel) Sunday Jan 5 12:05am
tagged as: art.
reblogged from andreaphobia


Favourites from oamul’s 24 solar terms

Friday Jan 3 12:09am
tagged as: art. art project. baby name ideas.


A woman surveys a treacherous mountain pass in the Pyrenees of France, 1956  -  Photograph by Justin Locke, National Geographic
A woman surveys a treacherous mountain pass in the Pyrenees of France, 1956  -  Photograph by Justin Locke, National Geographic

Sunday Dec 29 04:25pm
tagged as: Adventure. in a red coat.
reblogged from toofrops

text-mode:

Friendship Handkerchief by Magdalena Wipf (1916), via

text-mode:

Friendship Handkerchief by Magdalena Wipf (1916), via

Sunday Dec 29 04:24pm
tagged as: art project.
reblogged from text-mode

beouija:

Just spent 2 weeks in DC with my mom & dad visiting my sister. My dad fixed up two sort of janky folding bicycles for their trip.

So pleasing

beouija:

Just spent 2 weeks in DC with my mom & dad visiting my sister. My dad fixed up two sort of janky folding bicycles for their trip.

So pleasing

Saturday Dec 14 02:41am
tagged as: art. art project.
reblogged from beouija

salesonfilm:


"His film is great; it’s like a good bathroom."

Luis Bunuel reviews Buster Keaton’s Battling Butler (1926)

salesonfilm:

"His film is great; it’s like a good bathroom."

Luis Bunuel reviews Buster Keaton’s Battling Butler (1926)

Friday Dec 13 11:35pm
tagged as: Buster Keaton.
reblogged from salesonfilm

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