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Surreal Paintings by Beatriz Martin Vidal - little red

(Beatriz) on deviantART

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Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)

Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.

You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.

Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



Holy hell. These are incredible

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Architecture Drawings by Dasha Pliska

on Behance

The artist from Odessa in Ukraine Dasha Pliska has created stunning illustrations mixing representations of hands and architectural structures. Creations of great skill to be discovered in the future.

noahface:

Veiled,  portrait shot through crinoline, 2014.

This is incredible

noahface:

Veiled,  portrait shot through crinoline, 2014.

This is incredible

steampunktendencies:

Twisted Dump Truck - Wim Delvoye

I really like this

I really like this

hi-fructose:

Leif Podhajsky

99percentinvisible:

You can manipulate images with sound in Audacity. 

This, for example, is what happens when you add echo

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asylum-art:

Javier Pérez

His works are characterized by a certain syncretism, both in the method and materials used. Sculpture, photography, drawing, video and performance are used independently as well as together to create installations where interaction and exploration are essential. With his work, Javier Pérez reveals his inquiries and reflections on mankind, using a language full of intense metaphor and imbued with a strong symbolism. His works contain an intrinsic dialectic, showing how weak can be the boundary between concepts seemingly opposite such as the natural and the cultural, the inside and the outside or life and death.

by-great-design:

Chimére by Mathilde Defrance Blanchot

asylum-art:

Douglas D. Prince: I’m looking for things that I haven’t seen before

“My creative evolution in photography is driven by my observations, my response to the environment, seeing things, and a need to manifest this vision into a tangible form. Another motivation is my curiosity about image processes and how these processes affect my perceptions.
I’ve been working to build a personal vision where craft and content fuse, teaching me to see the world photographically. Photography is the tool I use to search my environment. For me, the medium is as important as the content in making an image and it is an integral part of the image making process. I have explored traditional and alternative processes with the same passion that I‘ve explored my environment.