Artist DarkAngelØne Creates Strange Animated GIFs

Artist DarkAngelØne Creates Strange Animated GIFs On Google + DarkAngelØne creates gorgeous animations from the work of other artists. He has severely limited vision, and is almost blind. He uses various assistive devices so that he can create these GIFs. via: I need a guide

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Hypnotizing Visualizes Cellular Biology by Maxime Causeret for Max Cooper’s music video “Order from Chaos”

Max Cooper - Order From Chaos (official video by Maxime Causeret) The video is described by Cooper as “a beautiful humanized exploration of life and emergence.” On Facebook Dynamic, colourful patterns represent the way organisms interact and evolve in the visuals for Max Cooper's latest music video, which was directed by Maxime Teresuac. h/t:dezeen The video … Continue reading Hypnotizing Visualizes Cellular Biology by Maxime Causeret for Max Cooper’s music video “Order from Chaos”

Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice

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Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice

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Sue Beatricel aka (All Natural Arts) is an artist who recycles old vintage watch parts and turns them into beautifully intricate sculptures. This true jack-of-all-trades is also a talented sand sculptor and painter, and uses her many talents to perfect her watch sculptures. Beatrice writes that her recycled sculptures are “Earth-friendly and artistic items sensitive to the limits of our natural resources.

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Lucea Spinelli Painting with Light – Gif’s

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Photographer Uses Light to Paint Beautifully Animated GIFs

NYC-based photographer Lucea Spinelli does something amazing with light in her photographs, she paints with it. Using empty park benches and swings as her backdrop Spinelli creates waves of animated light and pathways that mimic fireflies, rainbows and even ghostly human figures. The GIFs are created by taking multiple long exposure shots of the light to create the streak effect.

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Shooting Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach

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Shooting Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach

This series of images was made using bio-luminescent shrimp as the blue light source. It was photographed in Okayama, Japan, which is home to these rare and beautiful creatures.  The bio-luminescent shrimp are scientifically known as Vargula hilgendorfii, but are more commonly referred to as sea fireflies and locally known as “umihotaru.” They are 3mm in length and live in the sand in shallow sea water, usually in the range between high and low tide. They feed at night which means they are actively swimming in the water close to shore.
There is something magical about shooting bio-luminescence. Working together with friends to capture it in a photo makes the experience even more enjoyable. We look forward to the fall when we will shoot some bio-luminescent mushrooms for the first time. Hopefully we can share those images with…

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Your Beautiful Eyes photo series by Suren Manvelyan

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Your Beautiful photo series by Suren Manvelyan

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Be warned, looking into somebody else’s eyes might never be the same again after seeing the following pictures by Suren Manvelyan.
He captures the human eye with macro photography and this look into our windows of the soul is simply unbelievable.

I don’t know how much the iris structure of a person tells you about the personality but I would love to take that close look at the eyes of my friends.

It is quite natural when you shoot macro shots of insects and plants, but to try to make a picture of the eye? I did not expect these results. I was not aware they are of such complicated appearance. Everyday we see hundreds of eyes but do not even suspect they have such beautiful structure, like surfaces of unknown planets.

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Hypnotizing Spiral Staircase Photography

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Digital Artist Turns Real Animals Into Cubic Creations

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Digital Artist Turns Real Animals Into Cubic Creations

RetoucherAditya Aryanto from Jakarta, Indonesia recently had a simple idea: what if real life animals looked more like the cubic creations in the game Minecraft ?

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Curiosity sufficiently piqued, he took to Unsplash and Pixabay to find some great public domain images to play with, pulled them into Photoshop, and began liquifying curves into unnaturally straight lines. Before he knew it, he had everything from Tigers to Bunnies looking like they’d just been taken out of the box and hadn’t had time to really fluff out yet.

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WARNING [Shocking Content] – The Unsettling and Creepy Sculptures of Choi Xooang

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The Unsettling Creepy Sculptures of Choi Xooang

Coming from South Korea, Choi Xooang has been sculptig for almost 14 years now. Introduced to sculpture in an art school, he was immediately struck by the medium and the possibility of creating an actual and tangible object. Both fascinating and disturbing, Xooang’s figures show his concerns about human condition in the society. Although the intricate details make them as hyperrealistic as the works of Ron Mueck, Xooang’s sculptures are often surreal at the same time, having their bodies disorted or merged with other species. Open for numerous interpretations, they leave the viewer with unsettling feelings. But as the Korean artist said in a recent interview with Yatzer, “If one feels uncomfortable physically or mentally when viewing my work, I would say it worked.”

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Luciana Rondolini’s Bejeweled Sculptures and Drawings

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 Inner and outer beauty by Luciana Rondolini

“The inner and outer beauty” is a series of beautiful jewelry works by Luciana Rondolini, talented artist and jeweler from Argentina. Tiffany Jewelry is a symbol of beauty, luxury and affluence. These works represent a variety of vegetables and fruits – dried, rotten, obviously not fresh. Outside these products are covered with jewels from Tiffany, but they are spoiled inside, thus she represents a very unusual symbiosis of beautiful and ugly. So often in life something or somebody beautiful has ugly internal component. The same as in life, sometimes, or often behind the beautiful appearance is hidden not so beautiful soul.
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Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

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Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

French artist Mathilde Roussel creates fantastic “living sculptures” made of recycled metal and fabric filled with soil and wheat grass seeds.

“Mathilde Roussel’s work is a sensible and symbolic research about the nature of physical life. She is interested in the cyclic metamorphoses that transform organic matter, whether vegetable, animal or human. Through her sculptures, or drawings, Roussel interrogates the ways in which time weighs on our body, leaving its traces as an imprint and thus creating an invisible archive of our emotions, a mute history of our existence. Skin becomes paper while our cells transform into graphite particles and our muscular tissues in thin membrane of flayed rubber. Her work becomes a mapping of the body, an anatomy of our fragile presence in the world.”

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Sculptures Whale Bodies Symbolize The Six Realms Of Buddhism by Isana Yamada

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Sculptures Whale Bodies Symbolize The Six Realms Of Buddhism by Isana Yamada

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Artist Isana Yamada’s tranquil graduation project is drawing the attention of admirers inside and outside the classroom. The Tokyo University of the Arts student recently revealed his creative submission for his school’s final exhibition. The piece, 輪廻 Samsara, depicts six whales “swimming” in an arching circle, meant to symbolize the circle of existence; with each whale representing one of the posthumous paths towards reincarnation.  Inside the whales are beautiful submerged worlds, with submarine volcanoes, sailing ships, and a sea of clouds all contained within.

Onlookers were captivated by the intricate display, each whale transparent enough to provide a glimpse of an entire world contained within its body.

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Colorful Architectural Watercolors by Maja Wronska

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Colorful Nw Architectural Watercolors by Maja Wronska

Architect and freelance illustrator Maja Wrońska continues to amaze with her beautifully executed watercolor paintings of iconic cityscapes from around the world. From London and Paris to Prague and even Disney Land, the Polish artist brings a colorful, dreamlike perspective to everything she paints. Wrońska has been extremely active since we first covered her work here back in 2012, see much more on Behance, on DeviantArt .Via: Behance

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Jack Hardwicke – Cosmic

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Jack Hardwicke – Cosmic


These completely out-of-this-world cosmic creations are created by

Brighton based Photographer Jack Hardwicke (aka The Eidophusikon).


Patternbank are loving theawesome clash of colours and the
otherworldly abstract qualities ofthese pieces. Are they photographs,
paintings, scientific experiments or

fragments from the outer regions of the universe – who knows?, but one

thing is for sure they are incredibly mesmerising and beautiful.


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Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival

Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival Choi+Shine Architects have … Continue reading Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival