Lucy L.G. 25. Denver. Iowa City. Seoul.
I will not say the Day is done, nor bid the Stars farewell.
(LOTR:ROTK, Book Six, Ch.I)

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Altarpiece from the show “Hostia” at Contemporary Museum in Lissone

from May 10th   to June 15th  2014


Norwegian artist Markus Moestue built and rode a three-wheeled dinosaur bicycle across the Bible belt of Norway as a form of protest against religion.  He explained, "It is a protest against the dogmatic religious education of children, and the idea originated from the theme-parks of creationists that teach children that humans and dinosaurs used to live together."


Nina Lindgren’s Elaborate Cardboard Architecture, now on Hi-Fructose.


Stairway by Monika Sosnowska

Her work often explores the relationship between form and function, ornament and structure, recognition and confusion. 


I decided to join in on the whole baby night fury - Toothlets - movement :D


Gawatt Cups

Backbone Studio has created a series of souvenir cups with altering emotions for the Gawatt take-out coffee-shop.

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I add those 4 pictures to my print shop, if any of you are interested :D.

link here : http://society6.com/nesskain/prints?show=new



I don’t know shit about photography, but the person who took this shot must be given the highest award of them all.

this is breathtaking

❝ I burn, I freeze; I am never warm. I am rigid; I forgot softness because it did not serve me. ❞

- Deathless, Catherynne M. Valente (via deermoon)


i missed this post


Paperman Redraw.
Cecilos version~~~~ 


I interrupt my frequent unhappy rants about my low self esteem, panic-inducing lifestyle and all the ways fandom craps on itself to bring you ducklings in dresses made of cupcake papers. Ok. You need this. Shut up and accept that you need this.


Gorgeously Captures Intricate Paper Marbling Process by Oguz Uygur

Turkish filmmaker Oguz Uygur has gorgeously captured his parents’ delicate craft of erbu, also known as paper marbling. To create these beautiful patterns, first a tray is filled with water. Next, paint or ink is spilled, dabbed, dripped, sprayed, fanned, and/or pulled across the surface of the water. Sometimes additives and chemicals are applied to the mixture to create various textures. Thin wires are used to pull paint or ink into intricate patterns, with deliberate care taken for each design. Finally, a piece of washi paper is placed onto the water/paint surface with the intent to stain the pattern onto the paper. The paper is then allowed to dry before being used for calligraphy, book covers, and endpapers in bookbinding and stationery.This marbling method was first developed in East and Central Asia, as well as the Islamic world and is currently an important part of Turkish, Tajik, Indian, and other Asian and Middle Eastern cultures. Some of the marbled designs and patterns are reminiscent of the woven carpets typically found in similar regions. Uygur’s short film captures amazing detail and depth of field using close-up shots demonstrating the intricate attention paid to this form of aqueous surface design.

Seyit UYGUR { Ebru Artist } from oguz uygur (ozzie) on Vimeo.


Dramatic irony - it will kill you every time.

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