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Emmanuel Malin - Sea Of Rocks

Emmanuel Malin - Sea Of Rocks

Google Earthpabet

Posted by paolo, May 27th, 2010  |  Random

I’m sure you have seen hundreds of items that somehow resemble to something. And it’s more fun it they actually somehow resemble to letters. That is probably the reason why Thomas de Bruin took time to look thru thousands of google earth satellites to complete the alphabet. They are nice to look at mind you.

Google Earth Alphabet
Google Earth Alphabet

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- hellointheknow

misteravid:

Drawn after the night of the Eraserheads reuninon concert (the 2nd one). Eraserheads is the most awesome Filipino band forever.
Below is a strip I did when the first attempt at the reunion got cut short.

misteravid:

Drawn after the night of the Eraserheads reuninon concert (the 2nd one). Eraserheads is the most awesome Filipino band forever.

Below is a strip I did when the first attempt at the reunion got cut short.

New York City and Paris ‘Map Cuts’

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By removing the unnecessary, this New York City map-cut reveals the “paths, nodes, circles, boulevards, parks and streets” of the greatest city in the world.

Each of the four  3′ x 4′ paper panels fit together like panes of window. Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx are all represented, but it’s only when they’re combined and placed against a colorful backdrop that the city begins to take shape.

Also available is a Paris map-cut, which you can see in detail after the break. While New York was cut on regular paper, the Paris version was created out of an actual map, adding another dimension to this stellar concept. Paris is available here for $250.00

The map-cuts come from Charlotte, NC-based artist Karen O’Leary’s Studio K.

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one of the reasons why i liked art so much. i had a calendar of all the artist’s paintings and i remember staring at each and every picture, studying it and just staring at it, amazed at how it was done.

one of the reasons why i liked art so much. i had a calendar of all the artist’s paintings and i remember staring at each and every picture, studying it and just staring at it, amazed at how it was done.

Adrian Ghenie (source)


Adrian Ghenie (source)

ianbrooks:

The sculpture is composed of a series of very familiar characters in the process of beaming up.  Spock, Kirk and McCoy are actually made up of semi translucent beads as the close ups here show.  When viewed up close the image blurs somewhat but from a distance are almost photographic in their realism.
Captain Kirk in bead form: still smooth.
http://www.kuriositas.com/2010/05/amazing-star-trek-sculpture-at.html

ianbrooks:

The sculpture is composed of a series of very familiar characters in the process of beaming up.  Spock, Kirk and McCoy are actually made up of semi translucent beads as the close ups here show.  When viewed up close the image blurs somewhat but from a distance are almost photographic in their realism.

Captain Kirk in bead form: still smooth.

http://www.kuriositas.com/2010/05/amazing-star-trek-sculpture-at.html

lainemarie:

gabriel moreno

lainemarie:

gabriel moreno