rickstevensart:

Sanctuary in Light | oil on canvas | 55 x 48” | 2013 http://bit.ly/1kYqI9A

rickstevensart:

Sanctuary in Light | oil on canvas | 55 x 48” | 2013 http://bit.ly/1kYqI9A

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7

Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s

1Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster

2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975

3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975

4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975

5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s

6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration

7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975

8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work

1000drawings:

by mon dieu!

1000drawings:

by mon dieu!


Toronto Rain by Ianception

Toronto Rain by Ianception

thirdorgan:

Erna Rosenstein (1913 - 2004, Polska)   /   Bez tytułu, 1968

thirdorgan:

Erna Rosenstein (1913 - 2004, Polska) / Bez tytułu, 1968

septagonstudios:

Tumblr Of The Week: ffffixas
There are so many great Tumblr blogs and outstanding artists to choose from. Luckily for us we’re following some of the best sites on Tumblr. Adams Carvalho also known as ffffixas, is an awesome artist. He has a variety of his work posted on his Tumblr, some have a smoky feel to them, while others are monochromatic. He plays  around with composition and negative space, most of his illustrations take on the same principles of design. What’s also cool is Adams has managed to animate a few of his drawings, check out how great these pieces look animated http://vimeo.com/adamscarvalho If you’re interested in seeing more work by Adams Carvalho, visit his blog at http://adamscarvalho.blogspot.ca/ and drop by his Tumblr. Definitely worthy of a follow.    

septagonstudios:

Tumblr Of The Week: ffffixas

There are so many great Tumblr blogs and outstanding artists to choose from. Luckily for us we’re following some of the best sites on Tumblr. Adams Carvalho also known as ffffixas, is an awesome artist. He has a variety of his work posted on his Tumblr, some have a smoky feel to them, while others are monochromatic. He plays  around with composition and negative space, most of his illustrations take on the same principles of design. What’s also cool is Adams has managed to animate a few of his drawings, check out how great these pieces look animated http://vimeo.com/adamscarvalho If you’re interested in seeing more work by Adams Carvalho, visit his blog at http://adamscarvalho.blogspot.ca/ and drop by his Tumblr. Definitely worthy of a follow.    

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