mountvision:

Sax player of the terrific band Emefe drawn at Joe’s Pub on November 19th when artists were invited to come and draw Emefe and Balthrop, Alabama, a fantastic night of community. 

mountvision:

Sax player of the terrific band Emefe drawn at Joe’s Pub on November 19th when artists were invited to come and draw Emefe and Balthrop, Alabama, a fantastic night of community. 

— 3 months ago with 1300 notes
newhousebooks:

"Inside the Watch" from Questions and Answers about Everyday Science, 1961

newhousebooks:

"Inside the Watch" from Questions and Answers about Everyday Science, 1961

— 3 months ago with 49 notes

frenchpaperartclub:

Lunch Break

Vietnam on Wheels part III
Artist: Tim Doyle
Hand printed silkscreen
3 color on creme paper
16 x 20 handsigned and numbered
Limited edition of 100

— 3 months ago with 5 notes
rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:
Hetwor One

"Sueños difíciles de explicar…"

rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:

Hetwor One

"Sueños difíciles de explicar…"

(Source: facebook.com)

— 3 months ago with 31 notes
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Soey Milk
"산돌림 - Sandollim”
Pencil on Paper
10.5” x 17”

rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

Soey Milk

"산돌림 - Sandollim

Pencil on Paper

10.5” x 17”

(Source: milkbomb.blogspot.com)

— 3 months ago with 81 notes

typewise:

Matthew Hilton Watch by Spin

— 6 months ago with 117 notes

intooishun:

Dreux-Ghisallo by John Wegman

(Source: behance.net)

— 6 months ago with 51 notes

alenka-design:

Really awesome branding project by Pavel Ilyk, a graphic designer based in Moscow Russia.

http://behance.net/Graficdesigner1987

— 6 months ago with 31 notes

memoaguilar:

Salvador Dali’s Illustrations for the 1969 Edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Since its 1865 publication, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has seen publication in several dozen illustrated editions (and at least twenty films). Most people associate the initial publication of Alice with the John Tenniel illustrations that appeared in the first edition, and rightly so, but Carroll himself provided his own drawings in the manuscript of the book. Alice has always had a visual complement. The best editions adapt the story’s look to the contemporary zeitgeist. Arthur Rackham’s 1907 illustrations beautifully contain Edwardian-era elegance and forebodingLeonard Weisgard’s 1949 illustrations certainly capture the post-war optimism and Technicolor designs of the period.

And Dali? As you can see above, his vision updates mid-century abstract expressionism as an LSD-fueled daydream (or nightmare). Dali used an old photographic reproduction technique called heliogravure to produce these trippy, hyper-saturated pieces.

Source: www.openculture.com 

— 6 months ago with 431 notes
erikjonesart:

Erik Jones / “Creation”  / Acrylic, pastel, on wood / 36”x48” / 2013

erikjonesart:

Erik Jones / “Creation”  / Acrylic, pastel, on wood / 36”x48” / 2013

— 6 months ago with 4365 notes