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  1. Lena, space cat. Digital piece made for “Portraits of Hope.” a benefit for Ollie’s Place Animal Rescue. The process with this work involved working in negative with some waxy colored pencils. The composition was then reversed in the computer and minimally color corrected. Looking forward to participating next year!

    Lena, space cat. Digital piece made for “Portraits of Hope.” a benefit for Ollie’s Place Animal Rescue. The process with this work involved working in negative with some waxy colored pencils. The composition was then reversed in the computer and minimally color corrected. Looking forward to participating next year!

    8 months ago
  2. Learn to code

    (Source: ben, via pushthemovement)

  3. 1,198 notes nevver:

Wish I was
1 year ago
  4. ninemoons42:

    …what the hell just happened here. Wow.

    (Source: therealneo, via itsfullofstars)

  5. 1 note Looks like 20 mile visibility today. Crisp winter air.

    Looks like 20 mile visibility today. Crisp winter air.

    1 year ago
  6. itsfullofstars:

    skyscraper:

    the-iridescence:

    This digital project by Paris-based photographer Thierry Cohen is an imaginative tale about how urban landscapes might appear if we turned out all of the lights. In a big city glowing with street lamps, store signs, car headlights, and rows of illuminated apartment buildings, it’s almost impossible to see the stars in the sky. One project review says, “Atmospheric and light pollution combine to make looking into the urban sky like looking past bright headlights while driving.”

    To bring a sense of nature back into these environments, Cohen has taken a bit of a scientific approach. He travels to places free from light pollution and captures the skies that rotate on the same axis as the urban skylines. Those same skies that were at some point visible above the cities are then superimposed into the darkened cityscapes.

    The result is Darkened Cities, Cohen’s project in which cold, dark, and desolate cityscapes sit below these atmospheric wonders overhead. In a sense, Cohen is bringing a forgotten nature back into these places. His darkened landscapes are a frightening visual of what it might look like if a city had to be completely shut down. His images are a reminder of the magical beauty of nature and through this project, he encourages viewers to take a step back from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to appreciate—most importantly, not take for granted—the natural world around us.

    Wow

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    Beautiful art with starry night.

  7. Facebook finally gets with the video editing shortcuts. Wonder if they got that from @Tumblr :)

    Facebook finally gets with the video editing shortcuts. Wonder if they got that from @Tumblr :)

    1 year ago
  8. iParty Headquarters: Andrew Paul Browne's Campaign

    It’s great to be here at the VFW! Texas is a must win state on November 6th, and with your help, we’re going to win! Thanks for coming out on this patriotic day and being ready to talk about some stylish issues. This place is such a hub of bike and roller blades, I always really tragic…

  9. 551 notes nevver:

History of New York in 50 Objects
1 year ago
  10. Guys it’s another rainbow! A good omen for the home team, @caughtmapping in the home stretch! (Taken with Instagram)

    Guys it’s another rainbow! A good omen for the home team, @caughtmapping in the home stretch! (Taken with Instagram)

    1 year ago
  11. Go England (Taken with Cinemagram)

    Go England (Taken with Cinemagram)

    1 year ago
  12. #lovenyc  (Taken with Instagram at F&M Schaefer Brewery)

    #lovenyc (Taken with Instagram at F&M Schaefer Brewery)

    1 year ago
  13. Lena, the space cat. Rendered in negative IOT save art supplies — has surprising results. (Taken with Instagram)

    Lena, the space cat. Rendered in negative IOT save art supplies — has surprising results. (Taken with Instagram)

    1 year ago
  14. 1 note psps:

Paul Seftel working on Snow Knight by Andy P. Browne 2012. Click for animation.

    psps:

    Paul Seftel working on Snow Knight by Andy P. Browne 2012. Click for animation.

    1 year ago
  15. pekson.com

Design, making things radically simple, and in this case fun!

    pekson.com

    Design, making things radically simple, and in this case fun!

    1 year ago