remember that ‘pixel art is not art’ guy?
this is for them
I’m sorry but I WILL FOREVER REBLOG THIS. I’m not sorry. This is amazing.
Incredible 3D Tattoos
Tattoos are commonplace these days. There will always be people who want to stand out in a crowd. If you’re into body modification, a 3D tattoo might be just what you’re looking for. From intricate art to gothic and gruesome, the styles range the gamut. Who knows? Maybe in forty years you’ll end up being the coolest senior at your home with a fascinating yet painful story to show and tell from the old days.
The first tattoo here is so beautifully wrought and surprising, I find it hard to believe it isn’t a masterfully designed prosthetic.
I wonder how many people have tried to smack the tarantula
These are super eerie… awesome, but just a little otherworldly. :-)
HOW ABOUT SOME SAUCE FOR THOSE GIFS, HUH TUMBLR?
These are all works by artist and photographerErdal Inci.
These are real snowflakes, photographed by Alexey Kljatov with a macro lens. Truly beautiful stuff in this collection. As a bonus, he’s posted high-res versions too, and they’re all free to download. [flickr]
Korean phenom illustrator, director & now Creative Producer of The Boondocks Seasons 3 and upcoming season 4, Kim Seung Eun sketch studies. STUDIES. I learned a lot from him in my early years of The Boondocks animated series as we both started out as Directors on season 1. Considered one of South Korea’s best kept secrets and now Tv animations. One of my Hyeongs who constantly remind me I need to get better everyday. Responsible for some of the most memorable sequences in TV action animation. An absolute MASTER.
Kamsahamnida for the lessons big bro. :-)
Say hello to him! : http://kse332.deviantart.com
One man has 99% of the talent. Occupy Kim Seung Eun.
No one before Bernini had managed to make marble so carnal. In his nimble hands it would flatter and stream, quiver and sweat. His figures weep and shout, their torses twist and run, and arch themselves in spasms of intense sensation. He could, like an alchemist, change one material into another - marble into trees, leaves, hair, and, of course, flesh.
- Simon Schama’s Power of Art. Bernini
This episode was almost pornographic. It was awesome.
You know that awesome song in The Fifth Element? The one sung by the blue diva and Leeloo kicks ass? Well, I didn’t know I wanted it to have a pole dance routine until I saw it.
This is Oona Kivela, ladies and gentleman.
I’m fairly certain I’ve reblogged this before, but goddamn, they’re all sO CUTE.
Pitzintecutli Mendez . México City.
Fotografías por Carlos Quezada . Copyright