February 20, 2013   483 notes
supersonicelectronic:

Hsiao Ron Cheng.
Paintings by Hsiao Ron Cheng:
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supersonicelectronic:

Hsiao Ron Cheng.

Paintings by Hsiao Ron Cheng:

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(Source: supersonicart)

February 20, 2013   9,833 notes
jameslano:

Amazing. 

jameslano:

Amazing. 

(Source: nasagifs)

January 19, 2013   392 notes
21vines:

cosmos (by hatch0081)

21vines:

cosmos (by hatch0081)

(via thats-all-i-can-say)

January 19, 2013   30 notes
theamericanbear:

Daniel Danger

theamericanbear:

Daniel Danger

January 19, 2013   14,510 notes

tiredtalk:

i don’t really miss you, lindsay bottos, 2012

This series is a collection of thoughts and momentos sewn onto the clothes I wore the most that summer. One of my most therapeutic projects I’ve worked on so far, for sure.

(via textilenerd)

January 19, 2013   172 notes
theonlymagicleftisart:

(Chris Keegan)

theonlymagicleftisart:

(Chris Keegan)

January 19, 2013   201 notes
bitchville:

Portrait by Miguel Ángel Avila

bitchville:

Portrait by Miguel Ángel Avila

January 1, 2013   208 notes
escapekit:


Into The Wild

escapekit:

Into The Wild

(via escapekit)

December 14, 2012   2,550 notes
nikvanes:

Fifth and last part.

nikvanes:

Fifth and last part.

November 20, 2012   1,978 notes

I want to illustrate the top image badly.

(Source: humanrightswatch)

November 19, 2012   141 notes

jtotheizzoe:

The Where, the Why, and the How?

This looks to be a very cool science/art intersection, with 75 artists interpreting 75 great scientific questions in their own styles. From “What’s the structure of water?” to “What drives plate tectonics?”, it’s at least a strong contender for a spot on the coffee table.

Of course, these aren’t detailed and technical scientific illustrations, which seemed to piss off a couple of Amazon reviewers, but rather a more creative turn on scientific mysteries, accompanied by simple explanations. Check out more at Discover’s Visual Science.

(credits and captions for the artwork above are in the slideshow)

November 19, 2012   96 notes

bitchville:

Brilliant video wall installation for Hyundai Vision Hall in South Korea, created by UK-based studio Universal Everything.

The “Vision Hall” is a huge video wall with a 32-channel surround sound setup that allows designers, partner agencies and artists to create visual art installations on a grand scale.

Hyundai Vision Hall by Universal Everything by http://universaleverything.com/

November 19, 2012   158 notes

(Source: andrewgarybeardsall, via graphicporn)

November 10, 2012   12 notes

(Source: jpschott, via monstereatsdesign)

November 5, 2012   4,998 notes
theamericanbear:

Page Tsou

theamericanbear:

Page Tsou