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Four Poster Art inspired by the original 1960s version of Planet of the Apes by Alex Ross.
I’m usually not that much of a fan of his art but these are great…

Four Poster Art inspired by the original 1960s version of Planet of the Apes by Alex Ross.
I’m usually not that much of a fan of his art but these are great…

Four Poster Art inspired by the original 1960s version of Planet of the Apes by Alex Ross.
I’m usually not that much of a fan of his art but these are great…

Four Poster Art inspired by the original 1960s version of Planet of the Apes by Alex Ross.
I’m usually not that much of a fan of his art but these are great…
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yamjoy:

Gaia Gear - Hiroyuki Kitazume
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ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

A Love Letter to the City
Stephen ESPO Powers on Tumblr.
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kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
kingoffuel:

BMW NineT Custom Project
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Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
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Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
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Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
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Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
cross-connect:

Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
cross-connect:

Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
cross-connect:

Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
cross-connect:

Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial design, but his other passion lies in furthering his application of paper design.
                                         :-) 
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fer1972:

Black and White Photography by talented Photographer Fan Ho
fer1972:

Black and White Photography by talented Photographer Fan Ho
fer1972:

Black and White Photography by talented Photographer Fan Ho
fer1972:

Black and White Photography by talented Photographer Fan Ho
fer1972:

Black and White Photography by talented Photographer Fan Ho
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70sscifiart:

Alien Worlds
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schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…
schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…
schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…
schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…
schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…
schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…
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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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cross-connect:

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.
                                                                   :-)
cross-connect:

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.
                                                                   :-)
cross-connect:

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.
                                                                   :-)
cross-connect:

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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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."
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