weissesrauschen:

Michael Hakimi at Karin Guenther

weissesrauschen:

Michael Hakimi at Karin Guenther

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thescienceofillustration:

Ventral Human Skull by *BlackPariahDog
Another skull study. This is a legally acquired research specimen.

thescienceofillustration:

Ventral Human Skull by *BlackPariahDog

Another skull study. This is a legally acquired research specimen.

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via THE EXQUISITE blog…

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18 Jul 2014 Reblogged from deadlyart

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Brittney Meyer

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Pablo Guzman

From Paisaje Provisional

lostateminor:

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This coffee table lets you see the depths of the ocean using layers of glass and wood

Amaze and stupefy your house guests by showing them your coffee table has a magical portal, which leads you to the dark, mysterious depths of the ocean! Furniture design studio ‘Duffy London’ stacked together different glass- and wooden- sheets, creating a sort of optical illusion inside a table. Called ‘The Abyss Table’, it highly resembles geological map of the sea, except this one is much cooler at 3D!
‘I was looking into sheets of thick glass at my glass manufacturer’s factory, and noticed how the material darkened as they added more layers—the same way the sea does as it deepens’, recalls Christopher Duffy. ‘I wanted to use this effect to replicate a real piece of the earth’s sea bed. Like a mythical power had lifted a perfect rectangle straight from the earth’s crust to use as his personal ornament’.
Owning an illusionary ocean/coffee table, though, comes at a price. A steep one. The Abyss Table has a price tag of £5,800 (about $10,000), dashing all our hopes of having a really cool conversation piece.

lostateminor:

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This coffee table lets you see the depths of the ocean using layers of glass and wood

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Amaze and stupefy your house guests by showing them your coffee table has a magical portal, which leads you to the dark, mysterious depths of the ocean! Furniture design studio ‘Duffy London’ stacked together different glass- and wooden- sheets, creating a sort of optical illusion inside a table. Called ‘The Abyss Table’, it highly resembles geological map of the sea, except this one is much cooler at 3D!

‘I was looking into sheets of thick glass at my glass manufacturer’s factory, and noticed how the material darkened as they added more layers—the same way the sea does as it deepens’, recalls Christopher Duffy. ‘I wanted to use this effect to replicate a real piece of the earth’s sea bed. Like a mythical power had lifted a perfect rectangle straight from the earth’s crust to use as his personal ornament’.

Owning an illusionary ocean/coffee table, though, comes at a price. A steep one. The Abyss Table has a price tag of £5,800 (about $10,000), dashing all our hopes of having a really cool conversation piece.

8 Jul 2014 Reblogged from lostateminor
maliara:

Blind animation

maliara:

Blind animation

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4 Jul 2014 Reblogged from maliara

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4 Jul 2014 Reblogged from glamour
oldbookillustrations:

The game is done! I’ve won, I’ve won!
Gerald Metcalfe, from Poems, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, London, 1907.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

The game is done! I’ve won, I’ve won!

Gerald Metcalfe, from Poems, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, London, 1907.

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3 Jul 2014 Reblogged from lovelycontusions

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3 Jul 2014 Reblogged from vortexanomaly

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Philip Harris

From A to B and through to Z

1 Jul 2014 Reblogged from negro-lito
sucked:

Bad Vibes Co. // Tapiwa

sucked:

Bad Vibes Co. // Tapiwa

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