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Behind the Lens: Bella Kotak Creates a Fairytale World Through Breathtaking Nature-Inspired Portraits

In the hopes of becoming proficient in Photoshop while training to become an architect, Bella Kotak took up photography. Since, this nature enthusiast from England has made photography her career. Often using her friends as muses, her portraits of women seem to embody the regal spirit of mother …

Photography

Andre D. Wagner’s Street Photos of Life in Brooklyn

One of the most popular photographers we’ve featured recently is street photographer Andre D. Wagner. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Wagner now …

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain art is too good for just retail

Japanese games stores are getting some pretty hot Metal Gear Solid V artwork to promote the game. <br>As revealed by series creator Hideo Kojima, the …

Metal Gear

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transparency on 24k gold leaf

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11 More Reasons to Shoot Film

<i>{A follow up to the original 11 Reasons to Shoot Film}</i><p><b>1. You Can Experiment with Film</b><p>There’s so much film to choose from when shooting with film cameras, unlike a DSLR where you’re stuck with one sensor. Sure the camera allows you to tweak its ISO speeds and white balance and all that but all your camera will ever be is already contained in its mechanism, while with film you can experiment with different rolls and keep discovering new possibilities.<p><b>2. Film Never Gets Boring</b><p>With so many …

Pep Comics #1, January 1940, cover by Irv Novick

UK-based artist David Barton, aka Limpfish, digitally alters iconic works of art, replacing the subjects of the paintings and photos with equally famous pop culture characters from Star Wars, The Simpsons, and more. Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet becomes Monet’s Vader with a Parasol. One of Vincent van Gogh’s self-portraits becomes Grounds Keeper Willie van Gogh. Barton also re-worked A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat, the painting Cameron Frye fixates on in the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, to include Cameron himself, becoming Seurat’s Monday Morning in Chicago: Visit the Limpfish website to check out more of his altered artwork. Framed prints are currently available here. [via Design Taxi]

Buy wholesale from Archie McPhee/Accoutrements!<p>UK-based artist David Barton, aka Limpfish, digitally alters iconic works of art, replacing the …

Art

Cityscape Daydreams Come to Life Through Captivating Composite Photos

Andrea Costantini's photo manipulations depict daydream thought bubbles by blending head shots with images of architecture and cityscapes. The Washington D.C.-based illustrator captures human subjects displaying thoughtful expressions as photos of picturesque streets and buildings hover over or …

Photographer Documents the Diverse Designs of Canadian Ice Fishing Huts in Charming Photo Project

For the past eight years, Toronto, Canada-based architectural photographer Richard Johnson has been documenting ice fishing huts throughout Canada in …

Ice Fishing

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The amazing psychedelic GIF art of Bill Tavis

His art is so mindblowing.<p>Some of the multicolor GIFs remind me of Huichol yarn/bead paintings, and peyote-stich beadwork of the Native American …

Art

Low Poly Works by Jona Dinges

Low Poly art is becoming quite popular lately, it's a great polygon 3D effect that being used as a relative term to this new art. I've came across by …

Rights & Freedoms

todaysdocument:usnatarchives:In honor of the Washington Nationals​ opening day here in Washington, DC, here’s one of our most bizarre…

In honor of the Washington Nationals​ opening day here in Washington, DC, here’s one of our most bizarre baseball-related patents.<p>James E. Bennett patented the “baseball catcher” on March 22, 1904. This contraption replaced the catcher’s mitt with a wire cage on the catcher’s chest.<p>The “baseball catcher” was a rectangular open-wire frame body reinforced by slotted walls of wood. The impact of the ball on the catcher’s chest is protected by springs on the rear wall of the device.<p>After the ball …

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Plate VII. Inhale, exhale. Repeat about 15 times. <b>Illustrated hints for health and strength for busy people.</b> 1901.

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The evolution of Kung Fury. Credit: oldskullgames.com Hold on to your hats! Tomorrow Kung Fury will be released!! #kungfury #oldskullgames

Explosive Dance Portraits By Alexander Yakovlev

Studio-dance photographer Alexander Yakovlev makes his images of professional dancers come alive by adding dynamic elements like exploding flour.<p>The …

Illustration Timelapse Inks NYC in Under 3 Minutes

Big Animal timelapses a month of incredibly-detailed illustration work by Patrick Vale.<p>New York City rises in just under three minutes in artist Patrick Vale’s illustrated reincarnation, <i>Colossus</i>. Compressed into an inky timelapse by animation studio Big Animal, a month of the illustrator’s …

10 Artists to Watch This June

<b>JOHN ARMLEDER</b><b><br>Art Basel, June 18 - 21</b><p>With his Fluxus roots, the Swiss artist John Armleder is well-positioned to poke some fun at the refined …

7 Indispensable Self-Portraits Everyone Should Know

<b>Kim Kardashian</b> may represent the apotheosis of the selfie (or the nadir, depending on whom you ask), but the brooding, contemplative, experimental, …

Name: CallanAge: 17Location: NSW, AustraliaOccupation: StudentWebsite: Panda-Power-Ranger

The photo contains:<br>- My towel my Dad bought me (always have to know where your towel is)<br>- Swiss army knife<br>- School Tie with Prefect and House Captain Badges<br>- Favourite pair of Converse<br>- My iPad<br>- My iPod (Krafterk’s Computer Welt album cover showing)<br>- My Dad’s copy of (now mine) “A Clockwork Orange”<br>- Raybans Wayfarers<br>- Wallet<br>- Nokia (Samsung died)<br>- Internal Hard-drive<br>- Notebook

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