John Martin Nuttall Jr.
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All too often we forget just how complex and precise the human body is. But just one look at the Ro-Bow will put it all in perspective. The violin-playing "kinetic sculpture" is the work of retired National Institute of Health mechanical engineer Seth Goldstein, and calling it intricate is an …
Featuring four-story tall strawberries, seven-story ears of wheat, and 200 apartments, the Markthal building in Rotterdam is among the wackiest sustainable urban living experiences we’ve seen.<p>Step out of an underground parking garage in Rotterdam, and you’ll suddenly be standing under one of the …
What can we learn from rock stars about how to improve our own presentations? This was the topic of a talk I attended as part of Chicago Ideas Week by Brian Burkhart, president and “Chief Word Guy” at Square Planet, where he coaches business people to become better presenters and communicators.<p>He …
<i>I lay beside an empty space waiting for the sirens</i>
Samira by Hajin Bae
Un revê a Paris by Hopare
‘Lost Thoughts’<br>-<br>From the Black Lodge series, featuring the lovely Catherine (Anna Lee suicide) who is unfortunately no longer on Instagram.
“Mane”<p>Inspired by the lionfish<p>Prints available here
moleskine experiments! I’ve finally built up the courage to push my colour usage further than i have before. It’s really interesting seeing how colour changes can make so much difference in indicating depth and form.
Alice Duke (UK) - Making Ghosts, 2009 Drawings: Pencils, +PS
Just finished my epic artwork digital painting of professional and awesome cosplayer Heather1337 in her beautiful Samus Aran zero suit from Metroid. Had a wonderful photograph to use as a great reference by David Love Photography!<p>Please give them both a follow since have great work! And give me a follow to over on Facebook or here on Tumblr as well for good measure :P Thanks everyone!
Rodin believed that his art was about removing the stone not part of the sculpture to reveal the essence of his artistic vision. Perhaps this is what Catalan-born, London-based graphic designer Genis Carreras implicitly intended in chiseling away the proverbial philosopher’s stone to sculpt its …