thecraziethewizard:

accordingtodevin x thecraziethewizard collab
NOW AVAILABLE IN ONLINE STORE (for limited time only)

moderneden:

"Memory Sutra" by Matthew Robertson for #OurGhostsAreHungryHowAboutYou

36 x 48 inches
© 2014
Oil on Canvas 

On view through October 12

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tastefullyoffensive:

Celebrity Magazine Covers Seamlessly Blended With Classic Paintings

by Eisen Bernard Bernando

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benzank:

It’s been eleven years since I last visited this pond.

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threadless:

Currently making its ascension in our Pocket Tee design challenge, “Pocket Rocket" by Katie Campbell is one of our highest scoring designs!

Artists, you still have over two weeks to submit to this challenge for a chance to win $2,000 cash, a $500 Threadless gift code, a $200 Visa Gift Card, and more!

abbydraws:

Death (from Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman”) in a Maria Clara gown, a filipino traditional dress.

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vimeo:

Crystal Kay - “Dum Ditty Dumb” directed by Tani Ikeda & Laura Yilmaz.

perel:

oh shiiiiiiiiii

scribbleblogme:

inspirationfeed:

Cool bachelor pad with loft http://ift.tt/1CnH6WW

I like this!! :D

tofzapanta:

Small works on paper (colored pencils) for my annual birthday exhibit / party.
 
What the Closed Eyes See.
Better than last year’s sad set (if you follow me here). This one more hopeful, but still tugging on that pessimism. My take on distance, on that popular reflex of closing your eyes when danger approaches, as if to believe that it doesn’t happen if you don’t see it, when actually “Nothing’s going to disappear just because you can’t see what’s going on,” (Murakami, Kafka on the Shore). Everything goes on, it may not exist in your consciousness because you are not aware of it, but we all know that it still happens, and yet most of us still cling to the notion that ignorance is bliss, and, perhaps, this is not wrong. "I choose to trust you, I do not know what goes on there, and I don’t want to know. I choose to close my eyes until the next thing I see is you, back here, in front of me."

cross-connect:

Selected photographs by commercial and contemporary photographer Osborne Macharia

Behance

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