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wnderlst:

Grossglockner, Austria | Arto Hakola

charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

(via goodtimescomefirst)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rithika Merchant

From Magical Thinking

asylum-art:

Don Kenn’s Monsters

John Kenn  was born in Denmark, writes and produces TV shows for kids, but in his spare time he enjoys with these fantastic and disturbing illustrations, made of Post-it.

red-lipstick:

David Florimbi (b. Pennsylvania, USA) - 1: Pregnant Pause, 2012   Paintings: Oil on Canvas  2: Boomerang, 2012  Paintings: Oil on Masonite 

(Source: davidflorimbi.com)

likeafieldmouse:

HiroshigeNew Year’s Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ōji (1857) 

supersonicart:

Jakub Rebelka, More Work.

I recently featured Jakub Rebelka and now he’s posted even more work on his Tumblr that I couldn’t resist posting here.  Take a look at more below!

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devidsketchbook:

CTA Rail Car Converted into Mobile Garden

"I first covered the Mobile Garden project here on Colossal back in October of last year. UIC Art and Design graduate Joe Baldwin continues to pursue funding for his open-air public transit garden, but meanwhile was given the opportunity to participate in this year’s Art on Track festival last weekend by turning the interior of an el car into a fantastic sod-covered, ivy-laden garden. This car circled Chicago’s elevated downtown loop for five hours with several additional cars decorated with numerous other art installations” - Christopher Jobson

Photos via noisvelvet

[Via thisiscolossal]

(Source: devidsketchbook, via mystic-revelations)

asylum-art:

Marina Cano photography

Spanish photographer Marina Canos stunning images capture the majestic beauty of nature and wildlife.

(via asylum-art)

(Source: forgofamilyforgofriendsx, via tiredtalkofbetterdays)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria

From Human Error series

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actegratuit:

Hope Gangloff

red-lipstick:

Francisco Solano López (1928 - 2011, Buenos Aires, Argentina) - Ana (1979-1980)