bigblueboo:

photon freeway [hq]

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jaded-mandarin:

Peter Paul Rubens. The Fall of the Damned, 1620.

jaded-mandarin:

Peter Paul Rubens. The Fall of the Damned, 1620.

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robin-coca:

thattwatdeziree:

beben-eleben:

Stunning Examples Of Animal Body Art

THE SPIDER ONE this is crazy cool

this is the most beautiful thing I have EVER SEEN

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davidesky2:

Hoàng Tiến Quyết, via Surface to Structure.

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sixpenceee:

signifi-cunt:

sixpenceee:

A compilation of Edward Gorey and his rather gothic poems and illustrations. 

Check out his dark children alaphabet illustrations

Well that was disturbing in a nice way

like the darker more twisted version of Shel Silverstein 

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ru-cp:

you blew through me like bullet holes
left stains on my sheets and stains on my soul

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zeroing:

Dmitry Alekseyev

zeroing:

Dmitry Alekseyev

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mymodernmet:

South African artist Chris Slabber has created a spectacular new series called Destruction/Creation, which features images of gorgeous “sculptures” formed from paint swirling in water. He uses photo manipulation to form delicate figures in the billows of paint, creating stunning portraits.

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 Carter Murdoch

 on Flickr

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fer1972:

Fluorescent Bodypaint by John Poppleton

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fluffyshnupps:

There’s something eerily beautiful about Goldsworthy’s snow and ice sculptures… I can’t quite put my finger on it (just as well, as I imagine it’d get very cold). There’s a quiet serenity about them that I simply love, and have loved for many years. I’d imagine that stumbling across one of them would be like walking into a snippet of space that had bled through from another world. It is not out of place, yet it is clearly there by purpose. It’s wondrous but at the same time, a little somber… None of these marvels exist anymore, having succumb to the ravages of the sun and wind, and the relentless march of time, as all things shall… 

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