My Popsicle had three sticks and a terrifying message.
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Australian photographer Ray Collins first picked up a camera in 2007 and used it to photograph his friends surfing around his home after long shifts working in a nearby coal mine. His attention quickly shifted from his friends to patterns and forms he noticed in the waves. Collins, who is colorblind, was also drawn to the interplay of light and water, perhaps more attune to contrast than the nuance of color. He poetically refers to this switch from coal miner to fine art photographer as a balance between his “black life and blue life.”
The accolades, awards, and sponsorships have been heaped on Collins leading to the publication of his first book, Found at Sea, he also has a wide variety of prints on his website, and you can follow his photography day-to-day on Instagram. (via Laughing Squid)
Florian de Looij first sat down with a copy of Photoshop when he was 12 years old and apparently he never got up. The Netherlands-based designer has been exploring digital animation and illustration ever since, and late last year started sharing his animation experiments on a Tumblr called FLRN GIF. Florian says he’s always been inspired by the likes of M.C. Escher and other artists working with optical illusions, something that has clearly influenced the direction of his design practice. He tries to make a new GIF each day, and you can see tons more in his archives. (via Cross Connect)
I’m just imagining the hardware store clerk (or wherever these knives were purchased) ringing up all of these knives. Like the artist just standing there acting nonchalant and the store clerk just keeps looking down at the PILE OF KNIVES and back up at this person, and then back to the knives…
"How was your day today?"
"I think I sold 1,000 knives to a serial killer and some people are going to die.”
When i think about something really fucked up
Deve tar tudo na nuvem
Glasses that let colorblind people see colors for the first time.
Polish painter Justyna Kopania depicts melancholy seascapes and towering ships obscured by mist with liberal applications of oil paint. Crashing waves are depicted with splashes of paint, and sails are formed with the stroke of a palette knife. You can see more over on Saatchi Art and Facebook. (via MEERESSTILLE)
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"As if being deployed for Valentines Day isn’t bad enough… Thanks Donovan."
(photo and caption by saphei)
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