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70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
70sscifiart:

Sci-fi monsters.
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
                                                                   :-)
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
                                                                   :-)
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
                                                                   :-)
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Born in 1971 in London, Finn Stone is an abstract sculptor, designer and community artist. He has inherited all the exuberant energy, joy of life and strength of conviction of his Irish parentage. Combined, these qualities provide him with an inexhaustible source of gregarious inspiration, which embraces the most diverse creative disciplines.
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nevver:

Love Life Scrabble, Ben Frost
nevver:

Love Life Scrabble, Ben Frost
nevver:

Love Life Scrabble, Ben Frost
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The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
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The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
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The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
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cross-connect:

The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter | Vimeo | Behance
cross-connect:

The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter | Vimeo | Behance
cross-connect:

The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter | Vimeo | Behance
cross-connect:

The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter | Vimeo | Behance
cross-connect:

The Perfect/Defect series by Wayne Edson Bryan serves as a treatise on the evolving concept of perfection brought about by a heavily consumerist culture, the influences of advanced technology, and its niche and effects in humanity’s societal and individual consciousness.
"Wayne Edson Bryan’s paintings challenge the fundamental premises of the consumer culture by using many of the same subliminal visual tools to embrace the antithesis of pre-packaged perfection: the defects; the accidents; the waywardness; and the imperfectability of human nature."
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taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
taumazo:

Tilman Zitzmann
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nevver:

Your moment of Zen, Hengki Koentjoro
nevver:

Your moment of Zen, Hengki Koentjoro
nevver:

Your moment of Zen, Hengki Koentjoro
nevver:

Your moment of Zen, Hengki Koentjoro
nevver:

Your moment of Zen, Hengki Koentjoro
nevver:

Your moment of Zen, Hengki Koentjoro
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cross-connect:

Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
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Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
cross-connect:

Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
cross-connect:

Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
cross-connect:

Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
cross-connect:

Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
cross-connect:

Andrew Archer is an illustrator born in New Zealand and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Facebook | Behance | Tumblr
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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nevver:

From on high, Renato Stockler
nevver:

From on high, Renato Stockler
nevver:

From on high, Renato Stockler
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From on high, Renato Stockler
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From on high, Renato Stockler
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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie
With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.
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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie
With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.
Read More
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie
With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.
Read More
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie
With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.
Read More
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nevver:

World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
nevver:

World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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World Cup, Rudi Gundersen
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WES ANDERSON SOUNDTRACKS ► The Darjeeling Limited (2007)

WES ANDERSON SOUNDTRACKS ► The Darjeeling Limited (2007)

WES ANDERSON SOUNDTRACKS ► The Darjeeling Limited (2007)

WES ANDERSON SOUNDTRACKS ► The Darjeeling Limited (2007)

WES ANDERSON SOUNDTRACKS ► The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
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nevver:

Peanuts
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marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance
marijatiurina:

I guess that this is my biggest work to date. It’s an A1 format ink in cardboard - a drawing that took almost half a year to complete. Also used watercolor, pencil and markers.I call it “The Companion”. A story about two friends - a girl and her imaginary pet - who travelled for a long time, saw many beautiful places and met a lot of new people, creatures and animals who joined them as their journey continued. They arrived to something that resembles the edge of the world, and at first it might seem that their adventure has come to an end, but the girl is pointing at something high above that we cannot see, showing to her companion that there are more things to discover and enjoy together if only they wish to continue moving forward.It’s a metaphor for the life experience and the luggage of our imagination. Everyone has a friend - the creature of mind - that follows them from the first day of their life, picking up experience, memories and emotions. We decide for ourselves what to load the vessel with, what the faithful creature of mind and memory will carry along with us to the edge of our existence. Travel, see, feel, collect everything you find in your life - you never know what things you will want to have with you when the journey comes to an end.…Thanks for checking it out!More stuff coming soon, so…facebookinstagrambehance