September292014
September252014

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10PM

cjwho:

Impressive Physical Strength Paired with London Architecture by Pip

"Freerunner" is a collaboration between self-taught photographer Pip as he documented athlete and champion freerunner Tim Shieff in impressive physical displays. The intention for the project was to create a series that was different from the average sports photography. So, the two ventured out to average, often overlooked locations around London, where Shieff scaled the sides of buildings, balanced on ledges, and hung, one-handed, from walls, in an elegant showcase of his amazing physical capabilities.

The London-based photographer found dramatic lights and shadows to illuminate the curves of Shieff’s strong upper body as well as the texture of the buildings. The athlete’s gymnastic flair is conveyed as a beautiful, poetic art form where he uses his environment in unexpected ways. “What I try to do is put a bit more sparkle in this concrete environment,” says Shieff, “It is a meditation for me, it puts better perspective on life, what really matters.”

By identifying single, static moments within the normally energetic and lively process of freerunning, Pip and Shieff invite viewers to stop and reflect upon the impressive potential of our own bodies.

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September62014

supersonicart:

Kamea Hadar & Defer’s “Paradise Lost.”

During the month of August, artists Kamea Hadar and Defer collaborated on murals and a show in San Francisco, California called “Paradise Lost,” an ongoing project between the duo.  The show will be on display until Friday, August 29th at 1st Amendment Gallery in San Francisco.  Kamea and Defer also completed two epic murals in the city.  The excellent completed pieces as well as shots of the work in progress can be seen above and below!

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September12014

nevver:

Silhouettes, Pejac

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August292014
lostateminor:

>Street art that makes more sense as you come closerStreet artist Pejac’s latest works in Paris involve you having to give them a detailed examination, because if you don’t come closer, you might not even notice they’re artworks at all! One of his street art involves a seemingly ordinary door on a wall, but upon inspection, it’s actually just a clever painting on a thick wall crack. 
Another work might trick you into thinking a little girl is using a magnifying glass to torture ants – but they’re really torturing tiny people! His last work involves a silhouette throwing a water balloon, but the splat contains a Manet painting, ‘The Luncheon on the Grass’.
You can find out more about Pejac and his street art here.

lostateminor:

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Street art that makes more sense as you come closer

Street artist Pejac’s latest works in Paris involve you having to give them a detailed examination, because if you don’t come closer, you might not even notice they’re artworks at all! One of his street art involves a seemingly ordinary door on a wall, but upon inspection, it’s actually just a clever painting on a thick wall crack.

Another work might trick you into thinking a little girl is using a magnifying glass to torture ants – but they’re really torturing tiny people! His last work involves a silhouette throwing a water balloon, but the splat contains a Manet painting, ‘The Luncheon on the Grass’.

You can find out more about Pejac and his street art here.

August122014
danmeth:

Many many characters, but only one Robin

danmeth:

Many many characters, but only one Robin

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8PM
urhajos:

Eye painting by gimmegammi

urhajos:

Eye painting by gimmegammi

August52014
July302014
marzx292:

And this is why we love batman ;)
Follow for nerd shit ;) http://marzx292.tumblr.com

marzx292:

And this is why we love batman ;)

Follow for nerd shit ;) http://marzx292.tumblr.com

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July292014

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July272014

Batman 75th Anniversary Giveaway! One winner will receive a brand new Batman Zero Year hardcover. All you have to do is follow PANELOIDS and reblog this post. A winner will be chosen by random; contest will close August 1st.

Batman 75th Anniversary Giveaway! One winner will receive a brand new Batman Zero Year hardcover. All you have to do is follow PANELOIDS and reblog this post. A winner will be chosen by random; contest will close August 1st.

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July232014
lostateminor:

>Guess what this Manhattan skyline doesMade of rubber, this detailed model of the Manhattan skyline by designer Luca Lichee looks incredible. Even more remarkable? Its incredibly domestic in its purpose: you can use it as a dish rack or to organize your desk.

lostateminor:

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Guess what this Manhattan skyline does

Made of rubber, this detailed model of the Manhattan skyline by designer Luca Lichee looks incredible. Even more remarkable? Its incredibly domestic in its purpose: you can use it as a dish rack or to organize your desk.

July162014
July152014
lostateminor:

>Graffiti that looks as if they’re floating off the groundPortuguese street artist Odeith turns the walls of his city into giant optical illusions, painting them with what he calls ‘Anamorphosis’. These anamorphic 3D paintings seem to be floating in mid-air or appear to be jutting out of their walls towards their viewers from a certain angle. 
Odeith masterfully plays with a complex combination of perspective and lighting to make the artworks appear this way. Very few artists can pull-off this complicated style, making Odeith one of the best in his craft. You can see more of Odeith’s graffiti over on his website.

lostateminor:

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Graffiti that looks as if they’re floating off the ground

Portuguese street artist Odeith turns the walls of his city into giant optical illusions, painting them with what he calls ‘Anamorphosis’. These anamorphic 3D paintings seem to be floating in mid-air or appear to be jutting out of their walls towards their viewers from a certain angle.

Odeith masterfully plays with a complex combination of perspective and lighting to make the artworks appear this way. Very few artists can pull-off this complicated style, making Odeith one of the best in his craft. You can see more of Odeith’s graffiti over on his website.

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