rustypatch42:

Pill Study, 12011Pastel on paper9” x 12”
Kelly Reemtsen

rustypatch42:

Pill Study, 1
2011
Pastel on paper
9” x 12”

Kelly Reemtsen

rustypatch42:

Yummies by Robert Townsend

rustypatch42:

Yummies by Robert Townsend

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ekaterina-koroleva:

"Jouer" by Ekaterina Koroleva
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"Jouer" by Ekaterina Koroleva

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design-is-fine:

Albrecht Dürer, six pillows (verso), pen and brown ink, 1493. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

design-is-fine:

Albrecht Dürer, six pillows (verso), pen and brown ink, 1493. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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growhousegrow:

Color!  Via matthieuvenot:

Matthieu Venot l 2014 l Facebook l Flickr

growhousegrow:

Color!  Via matthieuvenot:

Matthieu Venot l 2014 l Facebook l Flickr

theartofanimation:

Pierre-Antoine Moelo

asylum-art:

asylum-art:

Architectural Watercolors by Sunga Park

on Behance , Flickr

Sunga Park lives and work in Busan, South Korea as a graphic designer and illustrator, creating architectural, washy watercolor illustrations and cultural portraits from her surroundings.

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moleskinelovers:

stupidsketch:

Super Mario World was the first game I’ve ever played, and I’m pretty sure it’s the best game I’ve ever played.

Steven Celiceo Stupid Sketch

moleskinelovers:

stupidsketch:

Super Mario World was the first game I’ve ever played, and I’m pretty sure it’s the best game I’ve ever played.

Steven Celiceo Stupid Sketch

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sirmitchell:

The rarest Fat Bird. A Ruby Crowned Kinglet. My last extra copy, on it’s way to a new home.

sirmitchell:

The rarest Fat Bird. A Ruby Crowned Kinglet. My last extra copy, on it’s way to a new home.

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from89:

Ophelia by John Everett Millais

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worclip:

f,l,o,w,e,r,s Acrylic Ruler (2007) by Norihiko Terayama of Studio Note

If the flowers in the paddy were spaced in equal intervals I could lie down in them and measure my height.” That was the simple, idyllic thought that led designer Norihiko Terayama to create what could very possibly be the single most stunning piece of stationary we have ever come across.

f,l,o,w,e,r,s is an acrylic ruler embedded with real flowers that were hand-picked and then dried by the designer himself. Using a pair of tweezers he then meticulously spaced them so that they are “blossoming” at exactly 1cm intervals.

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