Jesus you gotta tell me what fabric softener you use

tagged → #art #XD


Decoding Anglo-Saxon art

Rosie Weetch, curator and Craig Williams, illustrator, British Museum


Tea spirit prints are now available!


Gerhard Richter


Hans Zimmermann/Frode & Marcus - La Vitesse et la Pierre (2010)

tagged → #photography #art


Andy Goldsworthy

is a British sculptor, photographer and environmentalist producing site-specific sculpture and land art situated in natural and urban settings. He lives and works in Scotland.

Andy Goldsworthy,an artist who works with the lightness

"And that’s what art’s about, isn’t it? …
It makes you see things in a different way
Than you would normally.

Andy is an artist who works with levity, into parts and see the movement is showing changes over time, look at all your creations as temporary, their material objects are common in nature, but actually in the background works with the wind, the light, the weather, where more than seek perfection of the object itself, shows the energy and life with each.


Script Stidies
by Christopher Craig

tagged → #text #art #awesomeness #drawing

Fuji blue, Katsushika Hokusai


Fuji blue, Katsushika Hokusai

tagged → #katsushika hokusai #art #fuji


Yvan Duque, on Tumblr



Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd


something about memories

tagged → #comic #art #awesomeness


Sureeyapon Sri-ampai, - Leaving the World Behind (2013)


Movie poster for  Disney’s Sleeping Beauty by Polish artist Hanna Bodnar c. 1962


Movie poster for  Disney’s Sleeping Beauty by Polish artist Hanna Bodnar c. 1962


Maria  Clara Eimmart, Ten Depictions of Heavenly Phenomena, (late 17th century)

 Immart was the daughter of the history painter, portraitist and amateur astronomer Georg Christoph Eimmart, with whom she collaborated. Her father was director of the Malerakademie in Nürnberg but also established a private observatory. She was given a broad education in the fine arts, and specialized in botanical and astronomical illustrations. She made a series of some 350 drawings of lunar phases, observed by telescope, and captured on distinctive blue paper. Twelve of these were given to conte Marsili, a scientific collaborator with her father, of those twelve, ten survive in Bologna. She shortly thereafter married her father’s pupil and successor, the astronomer Johann Heinrich Müller and died in childbirth.