cordiali-tea:

alecarolineh:

Uhm no, que weheartit ni que nada 😒OG source cordiali-tea 😌❤️

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cordiali-tea:

alecarolineh:

Uhm no, que weheartit ni que nada 😒OG source cordiali-tea 😌❤️

this is true ^

nalunalua:

cloudy-dreamers:

Sunflowers in Hanoi
Insta: tallyjonesx

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nalunalua:

cloudy-dreamers:

Sunflowers in Hanoi

Insta: tallyjonesx

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artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris

Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…

Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist

[more Sophie Photographe]

jamesreads:

Wow, I just hit 20,000 tumblr followers! Thank you thank you thank you for taking the time to enjoy my work in the tumblr universe!

It’s been a looong time since I’ve done a print giveaway and I’m thinking this is the perfect occasion!

You see, there are these flat file drawers I have filled with prints that have been deemed “unfit to sell”. These guys have little dents, scratches and blobs but are totally perfect to hang on your wall for FREE. 

So to enter the giveaway all you have to do is reblog this post! Next friday, September 26th at noon I’ll be randomly selecting a group of people to receive some of these beauties!

Make sure you’re following me on Facebook and Instagram and be sure to sign up for the newsletter at www.jamesreadsmerch.com for the first word on new releases!

Much Love, 

James

asylum-art:

Amsterdam-based sculptor Cedric Laquieze decorates real cat and dog skeletons with colorful fake flowers to create some of the insect sculptures you’ve ever seen.

Do these not blow your mind? Composed of bones, plants, feathers, and insect parts, these fairies are the inspired creations of Cedric Laquieze, an Amsterdam based sculptor and recent graduate from the Rietveld academy (class of 2010). There is much more where these came from and I definitely recommend a trip to Cedric’s blog where you can view not only his fairies but also his flower creatures and goddesses – all of which are fantastic!

foda-se-mundo:

 

Moths

foda-se-mundo:

 

Moths

actegratuit:

anatomical collages by travis bedel

autremondeimagination:

A pesar de todo, sigue adelante

Vincent Van Gogh siguió adelante.

lookingfor-youphoria:

i love this picture every time it comes back around to my feed

lookingfor-youphoria:

i love this picture every time it comes back around to my feed

einheitstochter:

nevver:

Crayola

by christian faur

minuty:

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minuty:

efimeras:

más con menos – BigO, pabellón experimental- Festival HelloWood / CODA Design Consulting

BigO, experimental pavilion (HelloWood festival 2013) Csorompuszta, Hungary (2013). Architecture, Enrique Soriano and Pep Tornabell “CODA Design Consulting”. Pictures, Donat Kekesi.

The BigO pavilion is the result of a process of research and experimentation performed in the course of the summer workshop, organized on the occasion of the invitation received by CODA HelloWood to participate in the Festival.

The structure is composed of wooden slats of 1 × 10 cm section and 400 cm long, curved and interwoven, formed continuous loop (torus) stable and sturdy an proof.

The flag shows the ability of how to solve a contour or aesthetically appealing and durable shell, using a very limited amount of material and applying craft construction techniques.

BigO, experimental pavilion (HelloWood festival 2013) Csorompuszta, Hungría (2013). Arquitectura, Enrique Soriano y Pep Tornabell “CODA Design Consulting“. Fotografías, Donat Kekesi.

El pabellón BigO, es el resultado de un proceso de investigación y experimentación realizado, en el transcurso del taller de verano, organizado con motivo de la invitación recibida por CODA para participar en el Festival HelloWood.

La estructura, esta compuesta por listones de madera de 1×10 cm de sección y 400 cm de longitud, curvados y entrecruzados, formado una envolvente circular continua (un toroide) estable y resistente.

El pabellón, muestra la capacidad de la manera para resolver un contorno o cáscara resistente y estéticamente sugerente, utilizando una cantidad de material muy limitada y aplicando técnicas constructivas artesanales.

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