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unimpressedcats:

i turned around to my desk and saw this glory in my magnifying mirror

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septagonstudios:

Tumblr Of The Week: whereart

Hey guys, we’re back with another awesome TOTW. This week we’ve selected WhereArt. As you scroll down the page on this blog you’ll notice a common theme. The content is all quality content, only the best of the best gets posted here. The artwork is outstanding, photography, sculpture, painting and illustration all take a centre stage. If you take a peek at the archive you’ll know why I speak so highly of this weeks Tumblr Of The Week. One of the cool things about this Tumblr, is that if you’re an artist, you are able to submit to WhereArt, but just know that not everything will be posted as all artwork will be looked over carefully before you see it up on the blog.

Photography by: GABRIELA FERNANDA PINTO

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Orbital Mechanics Complexity Graphics -Tatiana Plakhova

After Music is Math, Russian artist Tatiana Plakhova made a series entitled “Orbital Mechanics” in which she shows in a very graphic way, circular forms which look like the solar system and mappemondes

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noshirtnoblouse:

Single and ready to reply with sarcastic remarks to any form of affection because that’s the only way I know how to mingle

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older-and-far-away:

kirbomatic:

happy earth day friends

this is…the best possible use of this particular gif. 

older-and-far-away:

kirbomatic:

happy earth day friends

this is…the best possible use of this particular gif. 

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ausonia:

The tallest statue in the world

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archiemcphee:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.

Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.

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