Oh, yes please. I love Indoor/Outdoor design. Although though windows probably aren’t heat efficient… sigh.
Tall Painting – The art of dripping paint. Artist Holton Rower
I Repeat, SPOILERS!
SPOILERS! And so, so awesome!
Princess Mononoke was such a visually appealing movie. And free in that anime way… it didn’t have to make sense all the time.
Okkoto, kodamas, Moro
I wish this map actually used the butterflies from those regions. Sometimes Fab just has the coolest stuff ever.
Become Someone Else, A Terribly Clever Bookstore Ad Campaign is just hands down a great concept.
Source: Laughing Squid
Road signs put in out of context situations makes for great sci-fi fun. Right @sluis718 ?
Art piece created for the group show Dream Weaver, a celebration of Sigourney Weaver as a fabulous sci-fi icon and a staunch ally to LGBT fans.
My friend Laz is pretty amazing.
Loved this Sigourney Weaver pin-up at Dream Weaver. :)
This is a “Smart” basketball with sensors at it’s core. could other sports introduce this technique to collect stats? - Springwise
Spread ‘em around.
they have to
there is no goddamn way they can get away with not doing one
they have had google doodles for way stupider shit than this
the very LEAST they could do is make a doodle for the doctor
After my last post, I was searching the UC Davis tag on wordpress and saw this AMAZING illustration of Richard III at Wyatt Theater. I was blown away, especially because of the many, many, many hours I spent in that theater through my college years (sometimes overnight even). And I *love* Richard III!
According to the blog:
This was produced by undergraduates in the UC Davis Theater & Dance department, a company called ‘Shakespeare on a Shoestring’ (‘SOS’), directed by acting professor Bella Merlin, formerly with the National Theatre in London, and Kevin Adamski.
And here is Pete Scully’s, the artist, notes on the process of sketching this scene:
I hadn’t intended on sketching on the program itself, but it just seemed like the appropriate thing to do, though it wasn’t suited for watercolour, obviously. One problem with sketching a performance, even of a play you know, is that you are never quite sure how long the scene will remain in the position you decide to sketch. Therefore I concentrated most of my time on the theatre itself, with its half-round seating broken by large wooden posts that often obstructed what I could see…
Feeling nostalgic and happy! Totally going to follow Scully’s blog to see the great Davis inspired illustrations!
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