designcloud:

Principles of Design Poster by Efil Türk.

The turkey based designer named Efil has crafted a beautiful series of poster showing the principles of design only using paper. Cutting pieces of paper, juxtaposing the pieces, pasting geometrical shapes and using simple typography is the formula of this beautiful series. She mention that you can actually buy them.

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incidentalcomics:

The Shape of Ideas

These comics always motivate me.

Posted 2 days ago. It has 28,862 notes.
relapserecords:

@redfangband will be getting real Swedish this December when they tour with melodic death metal veterans OPETH and IN FLAMES! Who’s coming out for this madness? #redfang #stonerrock #stonermetal #opeth #inflames #swedish #melodicdeathmetal #ontour #metal

AW YISS

relapserecords:

@redfangband will be getting real Swedish this December when they tour with melodic death metal veterans OPETH and IN FLAMES! Who’s coming out for this madness? #redfang #stonerrock #stonermetal #opeth #inflames #swedish #melodicdeathmetal #ontour #metal

AW YISS

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typeworship:

The nail in the ampersand
How’s this for an opulent piece of typographic art. I’ll admit that I can’t quite decipher the meaning of it, the semiotics are a little over my head.
Any suggestions?


New York’s political magazine The New Republic approached me to design a trademark ampersand for them. I accepted and created this mighty marble-and-gold rendition of a snake nailed to a sinking skull, coiling into the “Amperxandt” form. A lot of symbolism going on here.

typeworship:

The nail in the ampersand

How’s this for an opulent piece of typographic art. I’ll admit that I can’t quite decipher the meaning of it, the semiotics are a little over my head.

Any suggestions?

New York’s political magazine The New Republic approached me to design a trademark ampersand for them. I accepted and created this mighty marble-and-gold rendition of a snake nailed to a sinking skull, coiling into the “Amperxandt” form. A lot of symbolism going on here.

(Source: hedixandt.com)

Posted 1 month ago. It has 680 notes.
fastcompany:

Pistil-Whipped: This Video Makes Flowers Look Like The Most Magical Organisms On Earth

fastcompany:

Pistil-Whipped: This Video Makes Flowers Look Like The Most Magical Organisms On Earth

(via calantheandthenightingale)

Posted 1 month ago. It has 10,270 notes.
How Creative Hobbies Make Us Better At Basically Everything

I need to start logging my hobbies.

Posted 1 month ago. It has 1 note.
blackpaint20:

Angel of Death, 1851Émile Jean-Horace Vernet  (1789 - 1863)

blackpaint20:

Angel of Death, 1851
Émile Jean-Horace Vernet  (1789 - 1863)

Posted 3 months ago. It has 393 notes.

bansheegrahamtao:

it was supposed to be funny but then it wasn’t

I hope they get married in the end.

(via purempathy)

#hannibal
Posted 3 months ago. It has 3,648 notes.
Hannes Hummel Graphic, motion, and interactive designer. Motivation to fight laziness.

Hannes Hummel Graphic, motion, and interactive designer. Motivation to fight laziness.

Posted 3 months ago. It has 2 notes.
Suspended flowers Rebecca Louise Law

Suspended flowers Rebecca Louise Law

Posted 3 months ago. It has 2 notes.
nbchannibal:

MICHAEL PITT AS MASON VERGER via huffposttv

I just died.

nbchannibal:

MICHAEL PITT AS MASON VERGER via huffposttv

I just died.

Posted 4 months ago. It has 3,878 notes.
flowersgardenlove:

Apricot anemones. Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Apricot anemones. Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

(via dollymacabre)

Posted 4 months ago. It has 1,994 notes.
catonhottinroof:

Paul De Longpre

soft florals 

catonhottinroof:

Paul De Longpre

soft florals 

(via calantheandthenightingale)

Posted 4 months ago. It has 431 notes.

hideback:

Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl (Hungarian, 1860-1933)

  • Souls on the Banks of the Acheron, 1898
     (details and full painting)

Hermes guides the souls who have just descended to the underworld. He is their last light. The souls desperately reach for him, fearful of the eternal darkness.

The souls of the children are peaceful and unafraid.

Carl Jung considered Hermes the divine messenger, communicating between the light of the everyday world and the darkness of the unconscious: dreams, madness, and death.

"The dissatisfied shades crowd around Hermes as he strides among them and implore him to relax his step, to stay the march of doom. But Hermes walks on regardless, with the calm inexorableness of a god, walks on and past the craving throng." - Helen Zimmern, The Art Journal, 1900

(via decomposion)

Posted 4 months ago. It has 1,091 notes.

aestheticgoddess:

Black & Bloom by Paulette Tavormina

bury me in flowers

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Posted 4 months ago. It has 17,717 notes.