jellyfishjulie:

I think we can all just agree that dragons are pretty cool…
But dragon designs in film and on television are so vanilla. Look! Look at what we could have! 

  1. Dragon Head - by “Veramudis
  2. I’m Fabulous -  by Katarzyna Marcinkowska “Grzanka" (Tumblr) 
  3. Dragon Mounts - by “V4m2c4
  4. Bluejay Dragon - by “Shinerai" (tumblr 1) (tumblr 2)
  5. Patterns- by “WhiteRaven" (tumblr) 
  6. Last Ones -  by “WhiteRaven(tumblr) 
  7. Classic Tabby Dragon - by Hillary Luetkemeyer “Hibbary
  8. Minty - by by “Shinerai(tumblr 1) (tumblr 2)

(Also these are all just incredible artists go shower them with attention.) 

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creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #21: Rubis Firenos

Rubis is a French artist who uses several techniques to create beautiful pictures of fantastic creatures. In addition to watercolor and ink, she also developed a technique called O-Ka-Fee based on painting with coffee.

More Rubis@: | deviantART | CfD |

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Okay so I enjoyed Yeezus much more than Magna Carta Holy Grail but damn this video is hot! 

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danceabletragedy:

Typewriter Illustrations by Keira Rathbone

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Tags: art so cool

unknowneditors:

Introducing SpY! http://www.spy.org.es/

SpY is a street artist from Madrid.

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jeffsucks:

Autumn by Tatyana Zabanova

jeffsucks:

Autumn by Tatyana Zabanova

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artqueer:

Daniel Barkley

artqueer:

Daniel Barkley

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Artwork by Jason Hackenwerth; Photograph by Sean Gilligan

Artwork by Jason Hackenwerth; Photograph by Sean Gilligan

human-tooth:

digbicks:

Non-sign II is an installation by seattle based art collective Lead Pencil Studio located at the Canada-US border near Vancouver. The sculpture is made from small stainless steel rods that are assembled together to create the negative space of a billboard. While most billboards draw attention away from the landscape, Non-sign II frames the landscape, focusing attention back on it.

this can not be real

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svell:

Mathilde Roussel, Lifes of Grass. soil, wheat seeds, structure from recycled metal, fabric.

“The natural world, ingested as food becomes a component of human being. Through these anthropomorphic and organic sculptures made of soil and wheat grass seeds, I strive to show that food, it’s origin, it’s transport, has an impact on us beyond it’s taste. The power inside it affects every organ of our body. Observing nature and being aware of what and how we eat makes us more sensitive to food cycles in the world - of abundance, of famine - and allows us to be physically, intellectually and spiritually connected to a global reality.”

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magnolius:

‘melting men’ installation by Nele Azevedo

Brazilian Artist Nele Azevado carved 1,000 figures out of ice on the steps of Berlin’s Gendarmenmarkt Square. It was made to raise awareness about the rising sea-levels due to to melting ice.

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8bitfidgit:

Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

For nearly a decade since the late 1970s artist Takanori Aiba worked as a maze illustrator for Japanese fashion magazine POPYE. The following decade he worked as an architect and finally in 2003 decided to merge the two crafts—the design of physical space and the drawing of labyrinths—into these incredibly detailed tiny worlds. Using craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials Aiba constructs sprawling miniature communities that wrap around bonsai trees, lighthouses, and amongst the cliffs of nearly vertical islands.
Artist’s website: http://www.tokyogoodidea.com/
More of Aiba’s work: http://www.flickr.com/photos/takanoriaiba/
Source: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/

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Tags: beautiful art

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heyoscarwilde:

The original background artwork from the television series Samurai Jack by illustrator Scott Wills :: via animationbgs.blogspot.com

gotta reblog

Nobody ever listens to me when I say that Samurai Jack had some of the best art direction I’ve seen in a cartoon.