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escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
escapekit:

Papers for Characters
Spanish design studio Atipo has created a collection of minimalistic movie posters that are made from paper. 
Awesome. 
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archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids explores the work of Italian artist Alessandro Gallo. He hand-sculpts wonderfully strange and unsettlingly realistic characters who are part human, part animal, usually dressed in everyday clothes and sometimes engaged is perfectly ordinary activities such as reading on a bench, playing the guitar or having a swing in a park.

"Expertly reproducing human and animal anatomy, Gallo blends the two to create convincing hybrids of man and beast. The works produce an almost eerie sense of unheimliche, as Freud put it: when the familiar becomes uncomfortably strange.”

Gallo just opened a solo exhibition of his newest series of hybrid figures on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show is entitled Strani Incontri, which is Italian for “Strange Encounters” and runs through October 4, 2014.
Visit Alessandro Gallo’s website to check out more of his fascinating sculptures.
[via Visual News and Hi-Fructose]
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asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
asylum-art:

Miloslav Druckmüller: Moon mathematicians under the lens 
2014-08-02- Ping photography world
Shooting eclipse perhaps the most challenging astronomical photography. First, the light and shade of the transients, the photographer needs to quickly adjust the camera parameters are accurate; Secondly, if the shooting fails, you may need to wait several years. Czech mathematician Miloslav Druckmüller is a total solar eclipse fanatic who chase shot. Through his time and accurate calculation of the eclipse track, from 1980 to date to India, Chile, Angola, France, Zambia, Australia, Uganda, Kenya and many other places to shoot a total solar eclipse. Miloslav think it presents a challenging eclipse photos, each map requires a different degree of multiple exposure image synthesis. Distinguish between the use of highly sophisticated software, through the adaptation of human vision can be filtered in order to obtain such a different moon scene.-Sorry  for the translation!
 (Editor: Li Ping)
Sorry  for the translation!
Via: photoworld
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gyclli:

Reflections 
 by Kevin M. Woodbury
 betterphoto.com
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visualechoess:

Not quite - by: Brent
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actegratuit:

Cardinal series & Red Pope by  
Oscar Sancho Nin
actegratuit:

Cardinal series & Red Pope by  
Oscar Sancho Nin
actegratuit:

Cardinal series & Red Pope by  
Oscar Sancho Nin
actegratuit:

Cardinal series & Red Pope by  
Oscar Sancho Nin
actegratuit:

Cardinal series & Red Pope by  
Oscar Sancho Nin
actegratuit:

Cardinal series & Red Pope by  
Oscar Sancho Nin
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readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
readingaroundthemovies:

Valerie Hegarty
Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies
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spaceplasma:

Saturn’s Rings at Maximum Tilt

In March 2003, Saturn’s rings were at maximum tilt toward Earth, a special event occurring every 15 years. With the rings fully tilted, astronomers get the best views of the planet’s Southern Hemisphere. They took advantage of the rings’ unique alignment by using Hubble to capture some stunning images.

Credit: NASA, ESA, E. Karkoschka, G. Bacon (STScI)
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magictransistor:

Thelonious Monk. Straight, No Chaser. CBS Records. 1967.