1. Banksy just published photos of a new piece titled Girl with a Pierced Eardrum, a take on Vermeer’s famous Girl with a Pearl Earring, replacing the girl’s earring with an outdoor security alarm. The mural appears in his hometown of Bristol, UK. Via

     

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  3. We interrupt our bomb posts for this important message. I was digging around and found one of the cutting board series. I’ll paint on just about anything. Cool multi-cycle too. Of course the cephalopod puts it over the top.
     

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  5. Sam Cannon graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BFA in
    Fine Art Photographic Illustration and a minor in Applied Imaging Systems Technology.

    She currently lives and works in New York.

    Sam’s website

     

  6. nankliang:

    Dandelions

    Another short scene (part of the short story I am working on) - I had to break it into two parts as it was too big to fit into one GIF.

     

  7. ondabed:

    Pejac recently stopped by the lovely city of Istanbul in Turkey where he worked on several new pieces entitled “Lock, Poster and Shutters”. T

    (via turecepcja)

     

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  9. " The Small Night" 70x70cm Oil Canvas

     

  10. Levalet

    Contes de la lune #2
    Paris II

    15 minutes of fame

     

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  13. rollership:

    thecreativesense wrote:

     Hyphae Series - Nervous System

    Hyphae is a selection of organic 3D printed lamps from generative design studio Nervous System. These objects are absolutely gorgeous; shimmering like bioluminescent plants in the gloom. The company draw inspiration from natural phenomena as they write computer programs based on natural processes and patterns found in nature. This takes the form of jewellery and ornate objects like these lamps. 

    The Hyphae series has been based primarily on the channels and veins that carry fluids through plants and other organic organisms. Starting from an initial seed and a surface, we grow a hierarchical network where nodes constantly branch and merge. The densely interconnected structure is at once airy and strong”

    See more at: n-e-r-v-o-u-s

     

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  15. Pretty much guarantee that this is the first time you’ve seen hamster bombers.