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martinekenblog:

Louise McNaught is a very talented artist based in London.

She creates a beautiful mixed-media paintings of animals using a wide variety of paint, pencil, ink, etc. In her world the animals are God-like, sublime and ethereal in their luminescence.

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startwithsunset:

carp - Chris Sanders

startwithsunset:

carp - Chris Sanders

design-is-fine:

Warwick Reynolds, illustration for The Pond by Carl Ewald, 1922. Burleigh, Bristol, England. “He was in my way”, said the spider. The e-book via Gutenberg.org

sachinteng:

 ’Mukashi Mukashi’ & ‘A New Tenant’

I was asked to contribute to the Heroes in A Half Shell: A TMNT Tribute Exhibition for Gallery Nucleus, which will be opening this Saturday.

I thought it would be fun to show Splinter and crew with Shredder’s vanquished helmet, only kicking it back to the feudal age of Japan it’s based off of. No mutations and a samurai helmet.

I grew up with the 90’s TMNT and finding out that the new Krang was no longer the campy robot kangaroo pouch with alien brain baby left me nostalgic. It felt like Krang had left his out dated model back in ‘87 for a shiny new ride, and I couldn’t help thinking it’s probably still sitting around somewhere collecting dust, overgrown with plants.

sosuperawesome:

Pauliina Hannuniemi, aka Pettry on Tumblr

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2headedsnake:

Lucy Hardie

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andreakalfas:

A flower for Aisha.
My friends Rebecca Bradley and Janna Morton run the project Blooms of Nigeria, a blog whose goal is to present nearly 200 illustrated flowers, each for a different girl who was taken in the April kidnapping in Nigeria, and to keep the discussion and awareness of their plight alive. It’s a terrible crisis, and recently, there have been new kidnappings of almost 100 girls and boys as well. There isn’t much many of us reading about it from our computers can do to help directly with this situation, but at the very least, we can all keep talking about the problem, express our sadness and eagerness for a resolution. There is also an Amnesty International petition you can sign to help appeal to the Nigerian government for action.
Let’s not forget about these girls. Let’s all keep loudly hoping for their rescue.

andreakalfas:

A flower for Aisha.

My friends Rebecca Bradley and Janna Morton run the project Blooms of Nigeria, a blog whose goal is to present nearly 200 illustrated flowers, each for a different girl who was taken in the April kidnapping in Nigeria, and to keep the discussion and awareness of their plight alive. It’s a terrible crisis, and recently, there have been new kidnappings of almost 100 girls and boys as well. There isn’t much many of us reading about it from our computers can do to help directly with this situation, but at the very least, we can all keep talking about the problem, express our sadness and eagerness for a resolution. There is also an Amnesty International petition you can sign to help appeal to the Nigerian government for action.

Let’s not forget about these girls. Let’s all keep loudly hoping for their rescue.

poolsofchrome:

A secret doorway to Mutilas

poolsofchrome:

A secret doorway to Mutilas