Space-Aged

Space-Aged

feverworm:

caw
theartofanimation:

Zorin Vasili
theartofanimation:

Zorin Vasili
theartofanimation:

Zorin Vasili
theartofanimation:

Zorin Vasili
theartofanimation:

Zorin Vasili
fantasy-art-engine:

Blood Bath by Reynan Sanchez
actegratuit:

山海塾
Sankai juku
Kagemi: Beyond the Metaphor of Mirrors
actegratuit:

山海塾
Sankai juku
Kagemi: Beyond the Metaphor of Mirrors
actegratuit:

山海塾
Sankai juku
Kagemi: Beyond the Metaphor of Mirrors
actegratuit:

山海塾
Sankai juku
Kagemi: Beyond the Metaphor of Mirrors

actegratuit:

山海塾

Sankai juku

Kagemi: Beyond the Metaphor of Mirrors

jamesjeanart:

Mizu. Ink and Digital, 9 x 12”, 2014.

jamesjeanart:

Mizu. Ink and Digital, 9 x 12”, 2014.

jademere:

Painting of Amaterasu

jademere:

Painting of Amaterasu

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lolliegag:

Spirited AwayPrint here (:

lolliegag:

Spirited Away
Print here (:

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ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit
ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit

ohcoroner:

sumertabletleri:

Çiçeklerin şaşırtıcı şekilleri

flowers are bullshit

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jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere
jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere
jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere
jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere
jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere
jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere
jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere

jedavu:

Stunning illustrations by Jade Mere

crossconnectmag:

Morgana Wallace makes some of the most beautiful illustrations with cut paper.Stay up to date with the art conversation by following our Twitter
crossconnectmag:

Morgana Wallace makes some of the most beautiful illustrations with cut paper.Stay up to date with the art conversation by following our Twitter
crossconnectmag:

Morgana Wallace makes some of the most beautiful illustrations with cut paper.Stay up to date with the art conversation by following our Twitter
crossconnectmag:

Morgana Wallace makes some of the most beautiful illustrations with cut paper.Stay up to date with the art conversation by following our Twitter

crossconnectmag:

Morgana Wallace makes some of the most beautiful illustrations with cut paper.

Stay up to date with the art conversation by following our Twitter

jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.Website: http://www.thetech.org/Photography by ShaireproductionsWebsite: http://shaireproductions.com/
jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.Website: http://www.thetech.org/Photography by ShaireproductionsWebsite: http://shaireproductions.com/
jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.Website: http://www.thetech.org/Photography by ShaireproductionsWebsite: http://shaireproductions.com/
jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.Website: http://www.thetech.org/Photography by ShaireproductionsWebsite: http://shaireproductions.com/
jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.Website: http://www.thetech.org/Photography by ShaireproductionsWebsite: http://shaireproductions.com/
jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.Website: http://www.thetech.org/Photography by ShaireproductionsWebsite: http://shaireproductions.com/

jadelepidoptera:

A sculpture from the Leonardo: 500 Years into the Future Exhibit (September 2007 - January 2009 ) at the The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California.
Website: http://www.thetech.org/

Photography by Shaireproductions
Website: http://shaireproductions.com/

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ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.
ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.
ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.
ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.
ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.
ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.
ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.

ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.

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iconicgloryy:

Space Girl Bath Bomb ♡
iconicgloryy:

Space Girl Bath Bomb ♡
iconicgloryy:

Space Girl Bath Bomb ♡

iconicgloryy:

Space Girl Bath Bomb ♡

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jimneilson:

Rotoscoping exercise based on Nadia Micault’s Sonata. Reference footage taken from Personal Space by Altin Kaftira & Peter Leung.

jimneilson:

Rotoscoping exercise based on Nadia Micault’s Sonata. Reference footage taken from Personal Space by Altin Kaftira & Peter Leung.

(via milokeen)

rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."
rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:
Crystal Morey
"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014
"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."

rfmmsd:

Sculpture & Artist:

Crystal Morey

"Habitats Collide"

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon 2014

"Crystal works in a very traditional style, building each piece from the base up and firing/glazing them multiple times, to make pieces which reflect our complex relationship with the environments which surround us. Her human figures, encased in animal bodies, reflect the subjective and ever changing boundaries between humanity and the natural world."

"Through the “great acceleration”, which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, human beings have become the biggest variable in the changing nature of the natural world. The way we develop our societies has a direct and irreversible impact on the natural ecosystems that we are continually encroaching upon. Crystal’s works deal with these conflicts, whilst also referencing the ways in which ancient civilizations or peoples viewed wildlife and nature. This influence upon her sculpture has given the pieces a totemic feel that immediately calls to mind our changing attitudes toward the beings that we share the planet with."