iheartmyart:

Ksymena Borczyńska, City of Wires series, 2014, images posted with the permission of the artist.

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ethically-wrong:

mmmmbeefy96:

grandhowler:

Dude

holy shit. 

this is on a whole new level of patience

This is natural art.

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kuinexs:

Christopher Mckenney surrealist photography.

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jacobin:

Mantis and moth stickers! I’ll be selling these at SMASH this year. :) I couldn’t resist making cute lil buggies.

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jennilee:

starfish succulent

jennilee:

starfish succulent

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beatfist:

More birds! Been trying to learn how to paint with gouache lately. Its really fun! Gouache has a super nice matte finish to it.

You can buy them in my shop here!

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cross-connect:

Selected works by Sébastien DEL GROSSO freelance graphic designer from Paris, France who playful composites combine drawing and photography with whimsical yet realistic results.

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Be sure to look at our team for more cool stuff. 

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88floors:

The Underwater Art of Competitive Aquascaping

The world of competitive aquarium design, or aquascaping, is just as difficult, expensive, and cutthroat as any other sport but requires expertise in many different fields to guarantee success. Aquarium designers possess large amounts of expertise in biology, design, photography, and excel in the art of patience, as individual aquascapes can take months if not years to fully mature into a completed landscape.

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