April 30, 2013

7knotwind:

JERRY SALTZ
advice for artists
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April 3, 2013
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January 3, 2013

August 27, 2012

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July 26, 2012

sebseballade:

Human Feelings

July 10, 2012

designoclock:

Logo Swap - Graham Smith

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July 10, 2012

ruineshumaines:

Sixteen year old Caroline Alkire creates stunning, surreal collages from images cut out of vintage National Geographic magazines. Drawing inspiration from artists like Dali, she creates introspective dreamscapes with paper, scissors, and glue. You can see more of her work and buy prints here.

July 10, 2012

ruineshumaines:

Sixteen year old Caroline Alkire creates stunning, surreal collages from images cut out of vintage National Geographic magazines. Drawing inspiration from artists like Dali, she creates introspective dreamscapes with paper, scissors, and glue. You can see more of her work and buy prints here.

June 26, 2012

nparts:

Concert Review: Roger Waters in Toronto

Nearly 35 years to the day that Roger Waters defiantly spit at an overzealous fan in Montreal — an event so solipsistic in the mind of the Pink Floyd bassist/songwriter/occasional vocalist that it would come to define the remainder of his career and, in turn, produce one of the most ambitious, claustrophobic and surprisingly commercial albums of all time — his resurrection of The Wall‘s theatrical incarnation came roaring into Toronto’s Rogers Centre in a spectacle of grandiosity nearly forgotten in our age of austerity.

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June 8, 2012

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May 13, 2012
calichronicles:

This picture is awesome.

calichronicles:

This picture is awesome.

May 1, 2012

tastefullyoffensive:

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March 1, 2012
thecreatorsproject:

Dances with wolves.

thecreatorsproject:

Dances with wolves.

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February 20, 2012
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kseniyamaksimova:

Слайд 1 - Что надо вашему проекту?

Слайд 2 - Кто может вам помочь?

Эти картинки - одна из первых вещей, которая родилась у меня в голове в процессе постоянной оптимизации своей работы и раскладывания бесконечного потока информации по полочкам. Через эту призму я понимаю, “ху из ху” - кто…

February 7, 2012
nationalpost:

Russia drills through 4 km of ice to reach ‘mythical’ subglacial lakeA Russian team has succeeded in drilling through four kilometres of ice to the surface of a mythical subglacial Antarctic lake which could hold as yet unknown life forms, reports said Monday.Lake Vostok is the largest subglacial lake in Antarctica and scientists want to study its eco-system which has been isolated for hundreds of thousands of years under the ice in the hope of finding previously unknown microbiological life forms.“Because the lower layer was formed 400,000 years ago, from the composition of the gas it is possible to judge the gas composition in the atmosphere 400,000 years ago and during the time that has passed since the formation of the lake,” Sergei Lesenkov, spokesman for the Arctic and Antarctic Scientific Research Institute said.“From there, it is possible to identify and forecast certain climatic changes in the future. This is very important.” (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

nationalpost:

Russia drills through 4 km of ice to reach ‘mythical’ subglacial lake
A Russian team has succeeded in drilling through four kilometres of ice to the surface of a mythical subglacial Antarctic lake which could hold as yet unknown life forms, reports said Monday.

Lake Vostok is the largest subglacial lake in Antarctica and scientists want to study its eco-system which has been isolated for hundreds of thousands of years under the ice in the hope of finding previously unknown microbiological life forms.

“Because the lower layer was formed 400,000 years ago, from the composition of the gas it is possible to judge the gas composition in the atmosphere 400,000 years ago and during the time that has passed since the formation of the lake,” Sergei Lesenkov, spokesman for the Arctic and Antarctic Scientific Research Institute said.

“From there, it is possible to identify and forecast certain climatic changes in the future. This is very important.” (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)