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27 Jul 17:02

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27 Jul 15:41

He strove long to learn what can be learned, in silence, from the... - but does it float

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27 Jul 19:14

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27 Jul 21:58

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26 Jul 10:00

Diecte \ Everydays May ‘15 on Behance by Grigori...

26 Jul 00:34

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25 Jul 20:01

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Randy Laue

Like Scoob, watch me do a Kolyvanov across this giant sandwich!



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25 Jul 09:00

ArtStation - Pandabot, by Sergey Kolesov

24 Jul 12:57

Whoa. NASA discovered an Earthlike planet. And the implications...



Whoa. NASA discovered an Earthlike planet. And the implications for Frasier are massive. Read our feature here.

22 Jul 05:15

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23 Jul 14:52

Polly Morgan’s Snakes. British artist Polly Morgan heightens...















Polly Morgan’s Snakes.

British artist Polly Morgan heightens taxidermy to a new elevation with her series of snake sculptures that have appeared in her last two exhibitions, “Taxidermy is Dead, Long Live Taxidermy” and “Short Sentences, Spoke Softly.”  These pieces of art - made from silicon and other materials - are insanely beautiful to me and I can’t stop looking at them.

You can see more of them below:

Polly Morgan: Website

23 Jul 16:00

Summer Break & The Future of ROSMT - ROSMT UPDATE

by Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time

We're taking a summer break due to vacations and other family matters (Niclas getting married and Isak expanding his family with a new baby-person-thing!). This also affects the future of ROSMT, as we need to adjust our resources and logistics in terms of how we produce content for you guys.

We also feel like reinventing the channel a bit, stepping outside of our very iterated format, and do something new. We're not quite sure what this might be just yet, but we want you to understand we're doing this for both you guys and ourselves.

Please tell us in the comment section below, or on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, what you would want to see from us in the future! It probably won't be straight up cooking - but please just inspire us with your ideas and wants/needs!

IT'S GOOD FOR YOU!

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http://shop.swedishmealtime.com/

Thanks Mats 'Prosthetic' Andersson for the Swedish intro! https://soundcloud.com/mrblueberry-1

The "Death Trap" track that you hear in each episode is from the ProScores audio collection from Video CoPilot http://www.videocopilot.net/

..other audio/music is from Epidemic Sound http://www.epidemicsound.com/
23 Jul 23:00

The Island of Discussion, Glencoe, Scotland. It was a place to...



The Island of Discussion, Glencoe, Scotland. It was a place to settle disputes. A place to resolve differences. Officially named Eilean a’ Chomhraidh, the Island of Discussion is small and alone.

This island has served a noble purpose for many, many years.  Over 1,500 years or so. When clansman had a disagreement, this is the place they went to work it out.

The rules were simple. When there were quarrels or arguments, the feuding parties where taken out to the island and left alone. Left there. With whiskey, cheese, and oat cakes. And they didn’t leave the island until the dispute was settled. The result, in over 1,500 years, only 1 recorded murder in the area.

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23 Jul 22:00

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21 Jul 01:24

retronator: Pixel JointTop Pixel Art — June 2015(Top 10 ranks,...


5. Parkour Forest by Weston


7. On the road to the Scool by andylittle


9. Waves of Time by Lighterthief


4. The Core Level by Finlal


2. On the edge of the forest by Thu


8. Poison by Jinn


10. The Werewolf Tycoon by Joecreates


3. Spark of time by Mr_Hk_


6. Beaming by wish04


1. A Visitor by Snake

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Pixel Joint
Top Pixel Art — June 2015

(Top 10 ranks, titles and authors written in captions. Original posts can be found by following the source linked above.)

In case you’ve missed it, you can read my extended feature of Pixel Joint here:

Pixel Joint, Part 1: The Past
Pixel Joint, Part 2: The Present

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22 Jul 17:36

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What does a rifle fit for a sultan look like? Ghazi Mahmoud Kahn I commissioned this rifle, covered in over 4,000 gems, with hidden compartments galore. Read all about this truly unique object from the Walters Art Museum collection.

Turkish Hunting Set / 1732-33 /  Acquired by Henry Walters, 1903 


22 Jul 18:02

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Wow. Kepler was a cool guy!

22 Jul 17:28

Broken Liquid: New Bodies of Water Sculpted from Layered Glass by Ben Young

by Christopher Jobson

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Glass artist Ben Young (previously here and here) just shared a glimpse of his latest sculptural works made from layers of cut laminate window panes. The bodies of water depicted in Young’s work are usually cut into cross-sections akin to textbook illustrations, creating translucent geometric islands that can appear both monolithic or chamsic.

“I hope viewers might imagine the work as something ‘living’ that creates the illusion of space, movement, depth and sense of spatial being,” Young says. “I like to play with the irony between the glass being a solid material and how I can form such natural and organic shapes.” The self-taught artist, furniture maker, and surfer has explored the properties of cut glass for over a decade at his Sydney studio. Here’s a bit more about his processes via Kirra Galleries:

Each of Young’s sculptural works are hand drawn, hand cut and handcrafted from clear sheet float glass made for windows, then laminated layer upon layer to create the final form. He constructs models, draws templates, makes custom jigs and then cuts the layers with a glazier’s hand-tool. The complexity comes from the planning phase, where he says “I do a lot of thinking before I even start to draw or cut.” He then sketches the concept by hand and creates a plan using traditional technical drawing techniques: “I work with 2D shapes and have to figure out how to translate that into a 3D finished piece. Sometimes my starting point changes dramatically as I have to find a way to layer the glass to create certain shapes.” The texture and colour of the glass varies in every piece according to its thickness and arrangement.

Young opens a new exhibition of work along with artist Peter Nilsson titled Float at Kirra Galleries this evening in Melbourne.

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22 Jul 03:24

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20 Jul 18:00

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20 Jul 14:35

Guillaume Lachapelle’s Mirrored Dioramas Create the Illusion of Infinite Space

by Christopher Jobson

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Canadian artist Guillaume Lachapelle explores the infinite in this series of mysterious 3D printed dioramas titled Visions. Sitting atop pedestals in a darkened gallery, the eerie “rooms” rely on lights and mirrors to create the illusion of vast spaces that seem to reflect into much larger open spaces. These pieces were on view last year as part of a solo show at Art Mur in Québec, and you can see more of them up close over on Artsy.

20 Jul 20:00

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20 Jul 18:02

Plants And Light

20 Jul 16:00

ArtStation - Warrior Monk, Eduardo GarcíaMore concept art here.

20 Jul 22:17

ArtStation - Epocholypse Sketch #2 Week 18, by Joshua...

20 Jul 22:18

ArtStation - GORKHA UNIT : Color & Chrome Universe, by...

18 Jul 04:45

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20 Jul 08:00

ArtStation - Kitsune, by Adrian Dadich

18 Jul 00:32

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