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Reblogged from nprfreshair
nprfreshair:

Art students turn an electrical tower into a stained glass lighthouse. via TIC

nprfreshair:

Art students turn an electrical tower into a stained glass lighthouse. via TIC

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philnoto:

Sarah Manning

I haven’t even gotten around to watching Orphan Black, but this is just perfect.  Plus I just realized he’s doing the art for the current run of Black Widow, which has sucked me in against my will.  So, well done, Phil Noto!

philnoto:

Sarah Manning

I haven’t even gotten around to watching Orphan Black, but this is just perfect. Plus I just realized he’s doing the art for the current run of Black Widow, which has sucked me in against my will. So, well done, Phil Noto!

Don Quijote Segunda Parte by Izhar Patkin

Seen at MassMOCA

Don Quijote Segunda Parte by Izhar Patkin

Seen at MassMOCA

by Dangerdust, two students at the Columbus College of Art & Design who have been doing chalkboard art of various quotes this year.

So worth clicking thru to see other examples of the fabulous work they’ve been doing!

Caribou Migration I by Subhankar Banerjee

Caribou Migration I by Subhankar Banerjee

Gould’s Hill by Neil Welliver

They have this in its own glassed-in room at the MFA, so you can sit in silence and drink it all in.

Gould’s Hill by Neil Welliver

They have this in its own glassed-in room at the MFA, so you can sit in silence and drink it all in.

Reblogged from andreinandrea

lulz-time:

Re-Imagining Fruits and Vegetables.

Sarah Illenberger.

(Source: andreinandrea, via pringlesaremydivision)

Reblogged from asylum-art

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 faig ahmeds Embroidered Art 

When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.

Trippy!

(Source: asylum-art, via pringlesaremydivision)

Reblogged from lohrien