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CRUISIN’ by MICHAEL OLIVO on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Group zine featuring work from: 
Tamás Ál, Marc Bell, Ines Estrada, Jangojim, Travis Jackson, Chris Kuzma, Grace Lang, Sean Morris, Michael Olivo, Ally Quandt + cover art / design by Ted Feighan.
56 full color pages, limited edition of 100 - individually numbered.valleycruisepress.com/Cruisin

CRUISIN’ by MICHAEL OLIVO on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Group zine featuring work from:

Tamás Ál, Marc Bell, Ines Estrada, Jangojim, Travis Jackson, Chris Kuzma, Grace Lang, Sean Morris, Michael Olivo, Ally Quandt + cover art / design by Ted Feighan.

56 full color pages, limited edition of 100 - individually numbered.

valleycruisepress.com/Cruisin

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PICT1922 by zirp on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Minolta DSC

PICT1922 by zirp on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Minolta DSC

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funfneunzehn:

Tropicana girl by: Levi Jacobs

funfneunzehn:

Tropicana girl by: Levi Jacobs

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paper boats by Audrey Malo on Flickr.Via Flickr:
this is so much fun :) more to come

paper boats by Audrey Malo on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
this is so much fun :) more to come

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#photomanipulation  #photoshop  #paper boats  #black moor fish  #sea monster 

stevenweissman:

3/4” color coding labels, Kirby/Stone Beast

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scottlava:

"Ghostbustland"
My contribution to Gallery 1988’s Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Show, starting in NYC! (It travels to some more cities, but i am unsure of the details, you guys)
Opening April 19 …runs through 26th
@ 69 Leonard Street in lower manhattan.  (Right around the corner from the Ghostbusters Firehouse)

scottlava:

"Ghostbustland"

My contribution to Gallery 1988’s Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Show, starting in NYC! (It travels to some more cities, but i am unsure of the details, you guys)

Opening April 19 …runs through 26th

@ 69 Leonard Street in lower manhattan.  (Right around the corner from the Ghostbusters Firehouse)

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jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.
AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!

jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.

AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!

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herpich:

wolfhard:

kingofooo:

Wake Up/Escape from the Citadel promo by writer/storyboard artist Steve Wolfhard
Adventure Time: Season 6 begins

Super excited about this one. It’s a biggie.

Man, season 6… gettin’ heavy.

herpich:

wolfhard:

kingofooo:

Wake Up/Escape from the Citadel promo by writer/storyboard artist Steve Wolfhard

Adventure Time: Season 6 begins

Super excited about this one. It’s a biggie.

Man, season 6… gettin’ heavy.

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Gerrit Dou - Astronomer By Candlelight [late 1650s] by Gandalf’s Gallery on Flickr.Via Flickr:
In an arched, window-like opening, an astronomer works late into the night. Concentrating, he reads an astronomical treatise and measures the distance between two points on a celestial globe. The candle he holds provides the only source of light; it illuminates his face, the book, the precious globe, the beaker of water, and his hourglass. 
Strong contrasts between light and dark show the painter Gerrit Dou’s knowledge of a popular Baroque technique known as chiaroscuro. Carefully rendering minute details such as the handwriting in the book, the texture of the glass flask, and the folds in the astronomer’s cloak was Dou’s special talent. Collectors treasured these small, detailed paintings for pleasurable observation in their private rooms. 
[Getty Centre, Los Angeles - Oil on panel, 12.625 x 8.375 inches]

Gerrit Dou - Astronomer By Candlelight [late 1650s] by Gandalf’s Gallery on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
In an arched, window-like opening, an astronomer works late into the night. Concentrating, he reads an astronomical treatise and measures the distance between two points on a celestial globe. The candle he holds provides the only source of light; it illuminates his face, the book, the precious globe, the beaker of water, and his hourglass.

Strong contrasts between light and dark show the painter Gerrit Dou’s knowledge of a popular Baroque technique known as chiaroscuro. Carefully rendering minute details such as the handwriting in the book, the texture of the glass flask, and the folds in the astronomer’s cloak was Dou’s special talent. Collectors treasured these small, detailed paintings for pleasurable observation in their private rooms.

[Getty Centre, Los Angeles - Oil on panel, 12.625 x 8.375 inches]

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#Art  #Paintings  #Gerrit Dou