gauntimages:

A quick scan and clean up of the two page comic I drew while in bed with a fever yesterday. I plan on doing more of these instead of arbitrary studies in my sketchbooks and focus more on creating than feeling like I constantly need to build my drawing chops or something.
-Gaunt

gauntimages:

A quick scan and clean up of the two page comic I drew while in bed with a fever yesterday. I plan on doing more of these instead of arbitrary studies in my sketchbooks and focus more on creating than feeling like I constantly need to build my drawing chops or something.

-Gaunt

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fuckyeahmovieposters:

Labyrinth by Daniel Norris

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Labyrinth by Daniel Norris

cinematographic:

Lost in Translation Scenery

Director: Sofia Coppola

Cinematography: Lance Acord

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eccellenze-italiane:

Franco Fontana

eccellenze-italiane:

Franco Fontana

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70sscifiart:

Richard Powers

70sscifiart:

Richard Powers

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I did that Paris thing.

knappy-head:

A Diagrammatical Dissertation of Opening Lines of Notable Novels
(available for purchase in its entirety from Pop Chart Lab)

knappy-head:

A Diagrammatical Dissertation of Opening Lines of Notable Novels

(available for purchase in its entirety from Pop Chart Lab)

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If ever I was the type of person to get a sleeve tattoo I think it would be of robots of the 50’s and 60’s all pew pew pew, ray guns and shit

Things I have been doing:
1. Failing
2. Succeeding
3. Eating copious amounts of chocolate.

design-is-fine:

Christina Malman, Woman and a dog, 1935. Drawing, USA. Via Cooper Hewitt.

design-is-fine:

Christina Malman, Woman and a dog, 1935. Drawing, USA. Via Cooper Hewitt.

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fuckyeahmovieposters:

Wristcutters: A Love Story

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Wristcutters: A Love Story

misswallflower:

Today I want to introduce you to of one of my favorite Georgian artists - Merab Abramishvili (1957 – 2006).

I love his work, his intricate patterns, delicate, almost otherworldly colors. 

"Having a very distinct painting style, Abramishvili belongs to the alternative art scene of the 80s Georgia. This group is very significantly interested in religion, often employing it as their subject matter- a kind of protest against the Soviet dismissal of religion and their forced recreation of the national identity."

"Abramishvili found an escape route in his mythological and biblical scenes, the heavenly animals and rocking maidens. Abramishvili’s canvases radiated hope against the total agony - hence his charm."

"Working in tempera and watercolours, the painter employed and arguably revived the gesso technique; deeply inspired by the fresco painting, which is not surprising as Georgia has a centuries old fresco painting tradition."

"His art is an astonishing hybrid of the Georgian fresco and Eastern miniature paintings. Scrupulous attention to every detail, the transparent washes lit up by the egg glazing speak of a very demanding and disciplined painter." x