Apr 21, 2014
artruby:

Kostis Fokas.

artruby:

Kostis Fokas.

Jan 1, 2013

Idris Khan - London (2012) - Images of famous London landmarks superimposed

(Source: razorshapes)

Dec 31, 2012

Tatiana Plakhova - Noosphere | Night Images

(via abstraire)

Dec 31, 2012

Huc-Mazelet Luquiens. (1881–1961).

1. Banyan Study (Etching, 1922)
2. Cliffs of Kalihiwai (Drypoint, 1920)
3. Headland in Kona (Drypoint, 1926)
4. Sampans at Kewalo (Etching, 1926)
5. City of Taunton (Etching & drypoint, 1917)

(Source: mydarkenedeyes)

Dec 30, 2012
Dec 30, 2012

Patrik Lindell - Konstakademien (2011)

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

Dec 30, 2012
Dec 27, 2012

Isaac Cordal - Cement Eclipses (2012)

(Source: likeafieldmouse, via republicx)

Dec 21, 2012

The collision between the Milky Way Galaxy and the Andromeda Galaxy.

The collision between the Milky Way Galaxy and the Andromeda Galaxy.

(Source: dewogong, via crenshah)

Dec 21, 2012

(Source: crocked-13, via menolenta)

Dec 21, 2012

Digital Art by Mike Campau

(Source: unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream)

Dec 20, 2012
themakedo:

Light Orbs by Bruce Munro at Longwood Gardens

themakedo:

Light Orbs by Bruce Munro at Longwood Gardens

Dec 20, 2012

youbringfire:

Permanent Marker Installation created by Heike Weber

(via youbringfire)

Dec 20, 2012
alanjunior:

#Installation at KickArts gallery by Tijn Meulendijks #art

alanjunior:

#Installation at KickArts gallery by Tijn Meulendijks #art

Dec 20, 2012

“His nickname in the art world is ‘the man who can control the weather’ and rightly so as Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde’s indoor clouds form then float within gallery spaces before disappearing into thin air. Smilde uses a smoke machine, precise amounts of moisture and dramatic lighting to create his indoor rain cloud installations. Very few have seen the works take form in person, with photographs being the only proof of each cloud’s existence after they have dissipated. When quizzed about the backbone of his cloud installations, Smilde says: “I imagined walking into a museum hall with just empty walls. There was nothing except for a rain cloud hanging in the room.

Whimsical and slightly cartoon-like, Smilde’s indoor clouds floored the art world when his first installation appeared in 2010 and continue to amaze those who come across his photo series.

To view more of the artist’s work, go here.

http://designfolio.co.nz/_blog/design_folio_nz/tag/art/#_

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/arts-post/post/artist-berndnaut-smilde-creates-indoor-clouds/2012/03/13/gIQA7yAT9R_blog.html

(Source: celestialmazer)

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