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Andy Council

"Felix Road Big Cat"

"Huge piece painted at Felix Road Adventure Playground in Easton, Bristol. Hard work, but turned out OK….tricky with the scaff in the way to see what I was doing. Bug thank you to Lisa, Stuart and all the staff and kids."


New Childhood-Inspired 3D Paintings by Shintaro Ohata


"Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let the pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness" Kurt Vonnegut (at etsy: lemonsaltcrafts)

(via kaity-love)


Photos by Larry Medenilla. I love them, just can’t stop to post it))

(via seananmcguire)


Cool idea: wrap the couch in bookshelves rather than have end tables / via Linette Ammer


Cool idea: wrap the couch in bookshelves rather than have end tables / via Linette Ammer


Morning dew by Therese Larsson, via Behance

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Newt in palette #1!



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Inspired by @trishastar. She’s one of the good ones.
#practicingprocess #showyourwork #sharing #hairstylists #selfadvice #change #awareness


Illustrator & Artist:

Youngjoo Namgung

"Ng Youngjoo-Fashion Illustration"

Pencil Illustration and Watercolor


BIRDMAN - Official Teaser (by FoxSearchlight)


I think I’m gonna love this


Shadow Project Wins Latest Playful Smart Cities Initiative

An interactive public artwork involving shadows captured from passersby which interact with people who follow, winner of the 2014 Playable City Award announced June 9, will be installed in the city of Bristol by September.

"Shadowing"—created by design partnership Jonathan Chomko and Matthew Rosier, based in New York and Treviso, Italy, respectively—will use infrared technology to capture people’s outlines then project movement back as shadows once the people who have formed the shadows have moved on.

The project is designed to explore the disconnectedness that technology can create between strangers, the role light can play in creating a city’s character, and the unseen data alters and surveillance culture that pervades contemporary urban spaces, its creators claim.

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Nostalgic Then-And-Now Photographs Show The Liberation Of Paris From Nazi Forces by  Parisian photographer Julien Knez


South African artist Chris Slabber has created a spectacular new series called Destruction/Creation, which features images of gorgeous “sculptures” formed from paint swirling in water. He uses photo manipulation to form delicate figures in the billows of paint, creating stunning portraits.


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