Amazing each n every picture
Full project at: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Bird-vector/8404315
A Spark is All It Takes by Charlotte Estelle Littlehales
It would be amazing to be the person that lit this!
The math: 2,600 matchsticks, 720 minutes to create, and 1 minute of fiery immolation to undo it all; Charlotte’s typographic matchstick design is a testament to the creative and sometimes destructive power of imagination.
ok let’s look at this closely
it’s 6 in the morning
you carried a massive fishtank which no doubt costs like a hundred bucks into the woods
then you either dragged a hose or used buckets (since there’s no way anyone can carry that much water) to fill that thing up
then you set a timer on your camera (or asked a friend) and got in it and had to keep submerging yourself in cold water at 6 in the morning until you got a good shot where you weren’t a blur and you weren’t drowning
this photo is beautiful but what
That’s what you do for art.
Reblogging for the last comment.
This is a ridiculously powerful picture.
reblog this twice, to make sure you really see it.
This is so frustrating
speaking of art history
this is Undine by Chauncey Bradley Ives. she’s at the Smithsonian.
and this is her from the back
that is marble, y’all.
carved so thin you can SEE THE LIGHT THROUGH IT.
fucking art, y’all.
the realism of thin fabric folding and draping over a freaking perfectly sculpted body is killing me
serving marble realness
Faber Castell’s 250 Year Anniversary (1761-2011) Art & Graphic Case
why is there porn on my dash!?
there are children on this website
oh my goddddddd
I WOULDN’T EVEN USE ALL OF IT idk it’s so beautiful BUT I WOULD REALLY LOVE THIS
look at the detail in her hair…
I read that they created an entire computer program to make each strand of her hair move the way it should with her body
like 2 years of this movie production was dedicated to her hair
so pretty much, they’re probably creating a new legend that we don’t even know about yet.
Greatly inspired by these words from Seth Godin, I feel obligated to beg the question of myself everyday: what are you waiting for?
Maybe it’s time, but waiting for time is fairly ridiculous since we’ve got it right now (creating becomes just a matter of priority). Or perhaps we’re waiting…