amiagoodperson:

loops

amiagoodperson:

loops

alexmdc:

Hi ho! Chunky Kermit the frog here! #famouschunkies  (at 🌝)

alexmdc:

Hi ho! Chunky Kermit the frog here! #famouschunkies (at 🌝)

nevver:

Everyone’s gone to the Moon

catmota:

Proun 1 (1919)
El Lissitzky
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Lissitzky

catmota:

Proun 1 (1919)

El Lissitzky

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Lissitzky

(via 2headedsnake)

anthonyhurd:

After nearly a year “Shedding Vessel” 5x2 feet acrylic on wood is back home from visiting LA and living at @thinkspace_art for some time. This original is still available for purchase and looking for a good home, though I’m happy to have it back in my possession for a while:-).. Email howdy@anthonyhurd.com to inquire.. #deer #colorful #contemporaryart #fineart #artistoninstagram #landscape

anthonyhurd:

After nearly a year “Shedding Vessel” 5x2 feet acrylic on wood is back home from visiting LA and living at @thinkspace_art for some time. This original is still available for purchase and looking for a good home, though I’m happy to have it back in my possession for a while:-).. Email howdy@anthonyhurd.com to inquire.. #deer #colorful #contemporaryart #fineart #artistoninstagram #landscape

carmenalt:

London, May 2014

carmenalt:

London, May 2014

rfmmsd:

Design Studio:

ÖLEG 

Fabien “JUX” Rousseau

&

Kevin Lemarchand

Modèle:

Edouard Voyer

"Viking Mask"

"This mask is handcrafted, only with paper. North european mythology and viking ornaments were our firsts inspirations. We used Sculptris, Cinema 4D and Pepakura to cut up the 3D model & Illustrator to design the patterns. The visor is laser cutted."

ÖLEG is a collaboration of two friends, graphic designers who like thinking outside the box and developing their skills with any kind of work.”

fer1972:

Street Art by ESTOY

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Heroic and Skillfull

Armor of the Italian Renaissance

Filippo Negroli

Around 1525 a new fashion emerged in armour design, inspired by the forms and ornament of classical art. Embossed in high relief, richly gilt, and inlaid with gold and silver, these lavish parade armours are invariably associated with Filippo Negroli, the most innovative and celebrated of the renowned armourers of Milan. He and his family numbered among their patrons the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and members of the French court. Featuring photographs of shields, helmets, breastplates and other items, this volume displays Filippo’s virtuoso skill at modelling in high relief. Individual commentaries draw on recent research to explain the Negroli armourers’ extraordinary technical abilities which, combined with their imaginative adaptation of antique motifs, resulted in an original art form that evokes the pomp and pageantry of the Renaissance courts.

Burgonets by Filippo Negroli and his brothers

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hansleatherman:

CBRD Speedfactory’s Porsche 911 Turbo - Hans Leatherman  Photography