Eyes are distracting. You see too much. You don’t see enough.

(Source: plaid-suits-and-paisley-ties)


nubise:

I LOVE IT

(Source: artchipel)


scatteredandtwisted:

Technologies grasp on our reality


thedrunkenenigma:

mybloodyicecream:

Because fuck your childhood

Explains why I’m so fucked up


asylum-art:

Hubert Duprat: gold cocoon

To make gold cocoons with the help of caddisflies are insects adapted to life in freshwater … The larvae use to make their protective cases glitter of gold and semi-precious stones that the artist puts available to them in their aquarium.
video: here


This Mexican fire opal looks like a sunset above the clouds when illuminated just right.
Image credit: Jeff Schultz

(Source: sci-universe)


archiemcphee:

James Charles alters the portraits on American dollar bills, exchanging the original staid and solemn faces with those of famous pop culture icons. Sometimes Charles simply draws over the original portraits on the bills, giving the famous politico faces playful makeovers, while on others he completely replaces the original faces. In either case, the text at the bottom of every bill is also replaced with either the name of the new face or a quote or descriptive phrase.

The Bride of Frankenstein’s text reads “Runaway Bride” while Frankenstein’s Monster reads “Love Lorn.” And Willy Wonka’s bill reads “The Bossman” while an Oompa-Loompa on another bill reads “Working Class Stiff.”

These dollars were exhibited back in 2011 as part of the American Iconomics show at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco.

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