darksilenceinsuburbia:

Floral Skullpture by Jacky Tsai

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Lev Tokmakov, 1988

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rogelio Naranjo. Qué caso tiene, 1982.

If you kill two birds with one stone, you are probably a psychopath future serial killer.
sailormoonartzine:

jwoodall:

Here’s one of my portraits for the Telegraph Gallerys ‘Face Value’ show, which opens December 6th! Go check it out, there’s tons of amazing art to view from so many talented illustrations. I was very flattered to be invited to do a show with these cool dudes.(I wish I owned these patches.)

All y’all dudes should be going to the next gallery show at Telegraph!!

sailormoonartzine:

jwoodall:

Here’s one of my portraits for the Telegraph Gallerys ‘Face Value’ show, which opens December 6th! Go check it out, there’s tons of amazing art to view from so many talented illustrations. I was very flattered to be invited to do a show with these cool dudes.
(I wish I owned these patches.)

All y’all dudes should be going to the next gallery show at Telegraph!!

limitlesscorrosion:

This is a pure bismuth crystal. The heaviest element that is not radioactive (ok technically it is but it’s half life is like 9 orders of magnitude older than the universe so it really doesn’t count.) Probably my favourite crystal structure, even if you forget the colour. Surprisingly, bismuth is also super-not-toxic. You can actually eat the stuff and it’s often in indigestion remedies. Fascinating element, all round.

limitlesscorrosion:

This is a pure bismuth crystal. The heaviest element that is not radioactive (ok technically it is but it’s half life is like 9 orders of magnitude older than the universe so it really doesn’t count.) Probably my favourite crystal structure, even if you forget the colour. Surprisingly, bismuth is also super-not-toxic. You can actually eat the stuff and it’s often in indigestion remedies. Fascinating element, all round.

bexglover:

My ‘Artist Corner’ mural that I did today. Big thanks to the guys at Co-LAB for inviting me to do some live painting in their shop.

portugueseillustration:

"Ler para Lara / Reading for Lara" - by André da Loba

pro-fro:

Glass artist K. William LeQuie

http://www.kwilliamlequier.com/index.html