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archiemcphee:

Vietnamese artist C3nmt created this awesome smiling portrait of the amazing Hayao Miyazaki using elements from his various Studio Ghibli works. From the Princess Mononoke characters that make up his hair, to the My Neighbor Totoro characters in his cheeks, down to the Susuwatari (wandering soot) from Spirited Away that make up his tie, the longer you look at it, the more parts you’ll recognize. It’s a wonderful reminder of the many amazing worlds that Miyazaki has created over the years.
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sakuries:

fill up your lungs and just run. let’s always chase the sun.
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tshirtsdesign:

disc tee shirt design - Custom T Shirt Design
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Illustrations from Tim O’Brien

…More paints here.
brudesworld:

The Victorious Dragon by Frantisek Kupka, 1900
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…mais ici, oui !
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doopliss:


IT’S EASY to imagine Julia Gfrörer drawing her new book, Black Is the Color, while hunched over a sketchbook in the darkest corner of the creakiest, dustiest coffee shop she could find—possibly wearing some sort of cloak. “Her name rhymes with despair,” her author bio tells us. “Her heart is black as jet.” And Black Is the Color is a dark tale indeed: With only a corpse for company, a young sailor is cut loose by his captain and cast adrift to die. He is soon visited by an alluring, mysterious mermaid, whose comforts are questionable at best. But the mermaid is part of an undersea posse of merfolk who gossip, play in bands, and hang around shipwrecks waiting for drowned sailors to play with. (“These young guys probably wouldn’t even know where to put it,” scoffs one mermaid of a new crop, as a ship sinks in front of them.) Their humor balances out the doom ‘n’ gloom of Gfrörer’s obsessively detailed ocean waves, her vast, blacker-than-black night sky. Here, light and darkness live side-by-side; the life-and-death stakes of one realm hardly register in the other. Black Is the Color isn’t all about despair—it’s more interesting than that. (via From the Depths | Books | Portland Mercury)

Black Is the Color by Julia Gfrörer (Fantagraphics) Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch, signing Thurs Feb 6, 5-7 pm, art exhibit through Feb 28 SNOWSTORM CONSEQUENCE: WE’RE DOING THE SIGNING A LITTLE EARLIER THAN ORIGINALLY PLANNED. COME BETWEEN 5 AND 7 TONIGHT. I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH.

Happening now!
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sagansense:


A wave’s crest is yang, and the trough is yin.
From the TED-Ed Lesson The hidden meanings of yin and yang - John Bellaimey
Animation by TED-Ed

Source: teded
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americanapparel:

Source: http://blog.saatchiart.com/
Visit the American Apparel tumblr: CLICK HERE
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