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I post things here for inspiration for my art, photography and advanced electronic media students.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sam Droege

USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab

shaqzine:

SHAQZINE is a fan tribute to Shaquille O’Neal featuring comics, illustrations, and writing from 50 of this generation’s greatest creative minds.

Buy SHAQZINE - http://shaqzine.bigcartel.com/

Video edited by Austin Havican.
Titles & Effects by Keith Mclean

Music courtesy of Don Slepian

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Klaus Pichler

Just the Two of Us

Who hasn’t had the desire just to become someone else for a while? Dressing up is a way of creating an alter ego and a second skin which one’s behaviour can be adjusted to. Regardless of the motivating factors which cause somebody to acquire a costume, the main principle remains the same: the civilian steps behind the mask and turns into somebody else. For this photo series I visited owners of elaborate costumes in their own homes. As a matter of fact, ‘just the two of us’ deals with both: the costumes and the people behind them.

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shaqzine:

SHAQZINE hits the streets IRL this weekend at TCAF!

Wooo! Come by table 218 to get your copy! (Here’s a map)

If you can’t make it to TCAF, you can still preorder SHAQZINE here:

http://shaqzine.bigcartel.com/product/shaqzine

photojojo:

For the past few years, Ivan Kuznetsov and his friends have been sneaking past guards at the world’s tallest buildings in an effort to take death-defying photos at the top. 

Rolling Stone recently published a fantastic interview with the Russian dare devil himself. Take a look below!

The Russian Teen Scaling the World’s Tallest Bulidings

via Rolling Stone

thetypologist:

Typology of Ecuadorian canopy beetles. Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.

generic-art:

Duane Michals, I Build a Pyramid, 1978

generic-art:

Duane Michals, I Build a Pyramid, 1978

nevver:

Central Park 1954, Edward Pfizenmaier

erikkwakkel:

Thousands of amazing Hi-Res pics free to use

A growing number of academic institutions are making their image databases available for general use under Creative Common licenses. The Wellcome Library is the latest addition to this lot. And what an addition it is! The London-based Wellcome Institute specializes in the history of public health and its library hosts a fantastic collection of books and other historic materials, spanning over a thousand years. Be like this flea and start jumping through their books by clicking here.

Pic: Micrographia, published in 1665 (Wellcome Library, EPB/C 29309/C). More about this item here. Read more about the Creative Commons move of the library here.

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