1. likeafieldmouse:

    Richard Wright - Untitled (2014)

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  2. likeafieldmouse:

    Richter

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  3. 2headedsnake:

    Matthieu Bourel

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  4. khaleersula:

    medievalpoc:

    prokopetz:

    cleopatrasweave:

    i drew a bunch of elves of color!!

    This post reminds me of something that happened a few years back.

    I once served as art director for a project where the illustration spec called for characters of a variety of races (in the real-world sense, not the Dungeons & Dragons sense - though the latter was involved as well).

    We had one particular artist, tasked with drawing a series of elves, who didn’t quite seem to get what that meant. Their output was basically “white elf”, “another white elf”, “white elf with a tan”, “white elf looking a bit pale”, “yet another white elf”, etc.

    When this was pointed out, they were like “oh, yeah, now I get it - I’ll totally fix that with my next piece”.

    They proceeded to turn in a picture of a blue elf.

    In the end, we had to provide specific quotas for specific levels of racial representation in order to get the point across. It all worked out in the end, but it’s stuck with me ever since that this artist examined the original spec, looked at our feedback, and came to the conclusion a blue elf was more plausible than a black one.

    In conclusion: this is awesome.

    Read that last paragraph as many times as you need to.

    paging peter jackson

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  5. cross-connect:

    Margarita Kareva is an artist photographer from Ekaterinburg (Russia). He specializes in fantasy art photography and creates beautiful pictures inspired by fantasy books and fairy tales

    I will make photographs for free of any interesting ideas or people in any country for the accommodation and flight tickets :)

    Check out her 500px account.

                                                :-)

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  6. theartofanimation:

    Kuldar Leement

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  7. mikellis:

Pleased to announce that “Space Odyssey” has been “Chosen” to appear in American Illustration’s permanent archives. Thanks Judges!

    mikellis:

    Pleased to announce that “Space Odyssey” has been “Chosen” to appear in American Illustration’s permanent archives. Thanks Judges!

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  8. juliedillon:

This is an illustration I did for the August 2014 issue of Popular Science Magazine. The assignment was to show a scifi take on human aging in the future. I wanted to do something relatively positive, so I drew a lady whose life has been been prolonged through cybernetic enhancements and augmentation, so she gets to spend time with her great-great-great-great grandchildren. 
Thanks to AD Michelle Mruk!

    juliedillon:

    This is an illustration I did for the August 2014 issue of Popular Science Magazine. The assignment was to show a scifi take on human aging in the future. I wanted to do something relatively positive, so I drew a lady whose life has been been prolonged through cybernetic enhancements and augmentation, so she gets to spend time with her great-great-great-great grandchildren. 

    Thanks to AD Michelle Mruk!

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  9. olddoom:

    Art by Sachin Teng. Check out more of his amazing work http://sachinteng.tumblr.com/

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  10. asylum-art:

    Karolina Zglobicka

    (oil and wax on canvas)  

    Artist on Tumblr

    1. Redox, 2014 
    2. Alibi, 2014
    3. Adjustment  2014
    4. I Was There, On This Photograph,  2013
    5. Ribbon, 2013
    6. Curtain  2013
    7. Morning, 2013
    8. From Vegas To Nowhere, 2014
    9. Window Cloud, 2013
    10. Misplaced,  2014
    Reblogged from: asylum-art
  11. asylum-art:

    Oleg Oprisco photography

    on Behance, Artist on Tumblr,  facebook

    Oleg Oprisco, an inspirational 26-year-old photographer from Lviv, Ukraine, has developed a beautiful unique style of surreal photographs with astonishing girls in dramatic landscapes. What is perhaps most surprising about his work is that the artist doesn’t use any fancy cameras and lenses – just good the old Kiev 6C and Kiev 88 film cameras.

    The photographer likes film photography because it makes one appreciate the importance of every single frame and it makes seeing the final result all the more magical.
    © All images courtesy of the artist
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  12. republicx:

    Paramnesia by Astrid Alszik

    Reblogged from: thelyonnessheart
  13. showslow:

    Stephanie Brown's Moleskine

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