so true. found in shopcomposition‘s flickr.
This guy cracks me up. Made by Jean De Trémontels.
I bought myself a little print for my birthday. I love this little lady:
Check out the other cute prints in hsinping’s etsy shop!
help me think of names!
nadine byrne. dark, but beautiful.
i remember learning about this guy in a performance art class, but can’t remember his name!! the images make me laugh, though.
kinda bummed today. all work and no play. also, i had to do a lot of walking while it snowed and hailed. usually this would be the high point of my day, but somehow it was just tiring. this photo is from thank you very little’s flickr.
great apple a day poster for collecting all the leftover stickers. found on Vik’s website.
irena zablotska is wonderfulluy weird! love her drawings.
Found this incredible project from way back in 2005. Two artists took a home that was going to be torn down, and built this beautiful tunnel using wood from different parts of the house. It draws you in visually, as you can tell from the groups of gawkers staring at it in awe. Read more about the project here.
Jenny Pollak makes these wonderful photographs, kind of abstract landscapes taken through foggy windows. They have this wonderful nostalgic quality to them, but a few are kinda menacing. You can see more from the series here.
remember learning about jenny holzer in those first art history classes? ahhh, those were the days!
found via ffffffound.
whoa! found via fffffound!
this fish is incredible. the monterey bay aquarium just recently found the first live barreleye fish with it’s transparent dome head intact. those little black dots aren’t his eyes, those are his nostrils!! his eyes are inside the transparent dome! INSANELY COOL.
you can watch a video of the barreleye fish swimming around on the national geographic website.