1. cross-connect:

    Karina Eibatova ( Eika ) is an illustrator and fine-artist, born in Leningrad, Russia. Eika specialises in drawing, illustration, murals, video, calligraphy and typography.
    Her portfolio reveals a versatile artist equally adept at colourful surrealist explorations as well as more traditional approaches. She has been published in various international books and magazines and has collaborated with several musicians for video and album-cover projects.



  2. iamjapanese:



    Vento d’ostro



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  4. kobayashi-reiji:

    dome study model

    by kobayashi reiji

    (via darksilenceinsuburbia)


  5. jacobvanloon:

    Jacob van Loon
    Peony (First Flower IV)


    This original illustration is part of my instagram giveaway contest. I will be running the contest over the next 7-10 days, and the winner (picked at random) will receive this piece in the mail at the end of the contest. This contest is exclusive to instagram. 

    Entry Rules (all steps required):

    1. Follow @ jacobvanloon on instagram.
    2. Share Peony (First Flower IV) on your feed, along with the giveaway information.
    3. List my instagram handle in the text, and tag me (jacobvanloon) in the repost so I can tally your entry. 

    Winner will be announced on instagram. Thank you and good luck.

    (via likeafieldmouse)


  6. worktheangle:

    Supreme - Work the Angle

    Follow on Instagram


  7. yahoonewsphotos:

    The fashionable face-kini

    A recent fashion trend with women in Qingdao, China, located along the Yellow Sea, is a locally designed mask known as the face-kini. Those who wear the mask say it helps to protect their faces from jellyfish stings, algae and the sun’s ultraviolet rays. (Getty)

    Find more news related pictures in our photo galleries and follow us on Tumblr



  9. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Olafur Eliasson


    Photography by Anders Sune Berg



  11. littlelimpstiff14u2:

    The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus

    Till Rabus

    In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )

    (via hifructosemag)


  12. supersonicart:

    Kristin Farr, Geometric Paintings.

    Gorgeous geometric paintings and murals by Kristin Farr.  Kristin has also just recently opened an online store.  Take a look at more of the intensely colored paintings and find a link to her store below!

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  13. serpentworship:


    Surma boy. Omo Valley, Ethiopia by Hans Silvester

    (via 2headedsnake)



  15. 2headedsnake:

    John Grade

    (Source: emptykingdom.com)