1. 23:02 10th Apr 2014

    Notes: 1123

    Reblogged from handful-ofdust

    Tags: indra goraart

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(Indra Gora)
  2. 20:58

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    Reblogged from lohrien

    Tags: artanna egorovacats


    Illustrations by Anna Egorova

  3. 02:05 9th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from spiralwaves

    Tags: arti laughed

    1. People who can't draw: Drawing is fucking hard
    2. People who don't try at all: Drawing is fucking hard
    3. Teachers: Drawing is fucking hard
    4. Beginning artists: Drawing is fucking hard
    5. Pro artists: Drawing is fucking hard
    6. Famous artists: Drawing is fucking hard
    7. Extremely famous artists: Drawing is fucking hard
    8. Long gone, passed away artists who went down in history: Drawing is fucking hard
    9. People who are upset an artist won't draw for them for free: Drawing is easy!
  4. 17:17 6th Apr 2014

    Notes: 465

    Reblogged from calantheandthenightingale

    Tags: artkaty horan


    Hysteric - Katy Horan

  5. 01:44 10th Mar 2014

    Notes: 6507

    Reblogged from deepdarkmarvellous

    Tags: artillustrationsnakes



    14x17x0 Bristol paper 

    Faber-Castell Polychromos

    "making of" video can be found HERE

    "… the jungles teeming with serpent-dreams …"

  7. urbanpaysan:

    A man who can ‘taste’ words has created a flavour map of the London Underground network after visiting every stop during a 49 year project.

    James Wannerton has synaesthesia, a neurological condition that links senses which are normally experienced separately. The map is now being used by researchers to help understand the link between word formations and the tastes synaesthetes experience.

    As an example, Baker Street in central London is one of the ‘tastiest stops,’ says Mr. Wannerton:

    Baker Street is lovely. The best way to describe it is crusty and sweet, like jam roly-poly but slightly burnt. It has got loads of different tastes and textures. I love getting out there.

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margaret macdonald
o ye all ye that walk in willowwood


    margaret macdonald

    o ye all ye that walk in willowwood

  9. 12:33

    Notes: 1866

    Reblogged from art-of-swords

    Tags: arthistory


    Mughal Khanjar Dagger

    • Dated: early 19th century
    • Medium: jade, steel, gilding, wood, silk
    • Measurements: overall length 39 cm

    The grip of the dagger is carved of a single section of pale green jade with dark mottling, with swollen grip and flared pommel surmounted by with three fully-modeled clumps of grapes on vines. The surface is carved with lotuses and acanthus leaves. The recurved, double-edged blade has a central ridge forged of finely-patterned wootz with delicately-inlaid goldwork panels at either side of the forte. In its silk-velvet covered wooden scabbard with a gilt chape. 

    Source: Copyright 2014 © iCollector

  10. 19:16 12th Feb 2014

    Notes: 20

    Reblogged from dylanmeconis

    Tags: dylan meconisart

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Random art: Trying to think up 16th century flotsam & jetsam.


    Random art: Trying to think up 16th century flotsam & jetsam.