asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.




asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage
on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr  
Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.

asylum-art:

Isabel Chiara Collage

on Behance | Artistt on Tumblr

Spanish artist and illustrator Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages, some uncannily reminiscent of animations in the Monty Python vein. Chiara cites the great masters of painting as her influences, and that’s something you can easily identify in her gif collages.

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moma:

"Her world may be limited physically but by no means spiritually."

- Andrew Wyeth, born today in 1917. 

[Andrew Wyeth. Christina’s World. 1948.]

bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
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bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Natural History
Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.
(Continue Reading)

bobbycaputo:

Natural History

Having spent a few summers as a child in the North Carolina Museum of Natural History where her mother was a volunteer curator, Traer Scott developed what she calls an “immense affection for all things old and musty and mysterious, particularly preserved animals.” Years later, in 2008, Scott visited the American Museum of Natural History (amnhnyc) in New York and “accidentally” caught her husband’s reflection in the glass while she was photographing the diorama. This happy accident was the catalyst for Scott’s project, “Natural History,” currently on display at GREEN SPACE, an exhibition space at TF Green Airport in Rhode Island.

(Continue Reading)

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asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.
asylum-art:

Erik Söderberg “Fractal Experience”
In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.  I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.

asylum-art:

Erik SöderbergFractal Experience”

In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in 3D and produced a set of animated looping gif’s.
I’ve limited each animation to at most 48 frames, most are around 10-15 frames - to keep the file size small and to maximize the creativity with in these frames.

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© Copyright 2013 BENJAMIN ISIDORE JUVENETON
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© Copyright 2013 BENJAMIN ISIDORE JUVENETON

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© Copyright 2013 BENJAMIN ISIDORE JUVENETON

vinegod:

How to Hitchhike by Zach King

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