anitaleocadia:

Benjamin Carbonne

Bouillon d’Art/Facebook

bighousediary:

Fleur Du Mal Lingerie exclusive shot by me for Purple Magazine

instagram:

Seeking Inspiration Midair with @manonwethly

To see more of Manon’s artfully captured images of #flyingstuff, follow @manonwethly.

For Dutch designer Manon Wethlij (@manonwethly), the contents of her arresting #flyingstuff photos are less important than the conversations they provoke. “People are free to see or feel whatever they want in the shapes,” Manon says. “I love that they make people talk to me and ask questions.”

“I studied architecture for two years, then graphic design, but the thing that has always made me happy is photography.” When she found Instagram, Manon says, “it was exactly what I needed to keep my photography enthusiasm alive. I was taking lots of photos every day and just storing them in my computer for no one to see.”

These days, it’s the response to her photos on Instagram that keeps Manon evolving creatively. “Everybody’s enthusiasm encourages me to try new things,” she explains, “It’s sort of addictive.”

sketchofthepast:

We desperately need shelves.

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asylum-art:

NeSpoon Polska: Lace Street Art
  on Behance
Warsaw-based artist NeSpoon uses ornate lace patterns in her unique brand of street art that translates into ceramics, stencils, paintings, and crocheted webbing installed in public spaces. NeSpoon refers to her art as “public jewelry,” specifically as an act of beautification by turning abandoned and unadorned spaces into something aesthetically pleasing. You can see much more over Warsaw-based artist NeSpoon uses ornate lace patterns in her unique brand of street art that translates into ceramics, stencils, paintings, and crocheted webbing installed in public spaces. NeSpoon refers to her art as “public jewelry,” specifically as an act of beautification by turning abandoned and unadorned spaces into something aesthetically pleasing.

intoxifaded:

The only difference is a little bit of fat, but it’s made out to be a huge deal
brunze:

farbiedoll:

Carola Remer photographed by Ben Hassett for Vogue Japan, April 2012

f a s h i o n • b l o g

likeafieldmouse:

Marco Cadioli - Squares with Concentric Circles

(via meistens)

batlesbo:

nicholaskole:

I don’t generally reblog things. But Miyazaki is an exception, and this is so so so so beautiful. He gets it.

I just love this guy.

(Source: ricktimus, via dianebluegreen)

wildstag:

untitled by ellieg33 on Flickr.
uncacti:

reaul:

sarahvisualart:

kvelle:

Tree Drawings, Tim Knowles
“A series of drawings produced using drawing implements attached to the tips of tree branches, the wind’s effects on the tree recorded on paper. Like signatures each drawing reveals the different qualities and characteristics of each tree.”

This is art ok

wow

Love

likeafieldmouse:

Christian Weber - Speak and Spell (2012)

"A fascination with Eastern spirituality led Weber to work on Speak and Spell, a series of photographs that examines human gesture.”

1. Suggesting Astonishment

2. Adoration

3. Holding Fingers Open to Grasp a Weapon

4. Instruction by Silence

5. Beckoning to Bestow

6. Assuring Protection

…..

A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other. —Charles Dickens

somethington:

(via red-lipstick)

Marion  Fayolle (b. 1988, Ardèche, France) - 1: Naughty Train, 2013  2: The Moon, 2013  3: Illustration for the book History of O Grand Journal!, 2012  4: For Muze Magazine, 2012  5: For The New York Times, A Formula for Happiness article, 2013  6: Illustration For A Philosophical Novel, A Search Of His Soul, 2011  7: For The New York Times, The Diagnosis Of Mental Disorders, 2013

(Source: marionfayolle.canalblog.com, via rawstones)

frageile:

bansky