exhibition-ism:

Conrad Jon Godly's incredible and dramatic mountain-scapes


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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Photographers Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto produced the "Clourant" series of high-speed photographs of colorful liquid splashes. The artists took special care to disguise the origin of splashes, making them appear like frozen sculptures. The photos are beautiful examples of making fluid effects and instabilities. Many of them feature thin liquid sheets with thicker rims just developing ligaments. In other spots, surface tension has been wholly overcome by momentum’s effects and what was once ligaments has exploded into a spray of droplets. (Photo credit: C. Warner and J. Floto; submitted by jshoer; via Colossal)


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calebdraws:

Art Giveaway! I have been meaning to post a giveaway ever since I converted my tumblr account to my website in celebration of working on my illustration skills, starting classes at SCAD, and just overall trying to be more professional about gaining attention to the things I spend so much of my time working on. I have done a lot of giveaways on tumblr, and this time I am changing things up. You can win by using three different websites.

Repost the picture on instagram. (@boylescaleb)

Retweet the giveaway post tweet. (@okaywalrus)

Or simply reblog this post. (@calebdraws)

I will be picking the winner on October 21st. The more ways you help me promote my artwork, the better chance you have at winning this giveaway. Thanks to everyone who is supporting me now. Since transferring schools I really feel like my dream of working professionally as an illustrator is coming true. 


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(Source: magic-of-eternity)


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How much do I hate Columbus?

elaichi-cha:

I have to say “Indian from India”.

I’ll leave you with that.


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(Source: jonahreenders.com)


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j4ya:

when all the white friends in your squad know their boundaries

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opticallyaroused:

Michal Karcz Photography


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anglelica:

smashmouth was right… so much to do, so much to see


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