The big question of the Commonwealth Games. [x]
Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation. Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art. See more below!
Isaac Cordal: Tumblr
I thought this was a guest coming by Joey Comeau at first.
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July 23rd, 2014: THE DEEP WEB DOESN'T HAVE A BOTTOM
David Skazaly is a Hungarian/German graphic designer who has been creating hypnotic, mind-warping GIFs since 2008. Working under the name Davidope, Skazaly’s psychedelic GIFs and warped images have set the standard for animated GIFs across the internet. Even if you haven’t heard his name before (or his online pseudonym, Davidope), you probably recognize some of Skazaly’s technicolor, organic forms, pulsing in infinite loops, whether on art blogs or the annals of Tumblr. Skazaly’s animations are strangely hypnotic and entrancing, pushing a format that is now primarily used for cat memes and celebrity reactions into successful, technically adept artistic territory.
Skazaly got his start experimenting with animation program Macromedia Flash in the 90s before focusing on his own motion graphics. Looking at his Tumblr now, it’s clear Skazaly has mastered the art form of creating technically perfect GIFs, from trippy, twisting shapes to black and white worms perpetually moving forward. Skazaly’s mind-bending GIFs are dizzying, satisfying works of art, elevating a now common internet trend to a mesmerizing new level.
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Mike Mitchell will be at the Nucleus Gallery booth number 2743 for this year’s SDCC (July 24th - 27th). Along with a good deal of new, awesome prints Mitchell will also be presenting an action figure, “Lil Mikey,” which he created with Mondo. The figure will be on display at Mike’s booth as well as Mondo’s booth which is booth number 835 and will be available later this year for purchase. Continue reading below to see tons more of Mike’s super cool work:
Gonna reshare everything Adan shares.
Not everyone can have a Patronus that's steeped in romance or a longing for the father they never knew. Some wizards have Patronuses that are steeped in pop culture, awesomely frightening, or just plain silly.