creatures-alive:

Lemur Leaf Frog (Hylomantis lemur) by John P Clare on Flickr.

tyleroakley:

THESE ARE ALL FLAWFREE

(Source: buzzfeed)

thunduros:

fashionablecrocs:

so lately ive been really obsessed with political cartoons for some reason

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IT IS AMAZING HOW SOMETHING SO SIMPLE CAN HOLD SO MUCH MEANING AND TRUTH

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(Source: fetchingshadows)

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huatunan , (Chen Yingjie) aka:  Hua Tunan

Artist on Tumblr,  on deviantART, on Behance

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Chen Yingjie aka: Hua Tunan is one of the leading young forces in the world of Chinese illustration, painting and street art. Living in the coastal city of Foshan, Hua Tunan’s training in classical Chinese and illustration drives his unique art style. He often explores new ways to combine Western styles with traditional Chinese methods and elements including ink painting, drum rhythms and a variety of cultural symbols.

Nota Bene:

All we would like to specially thank the artist Hua Tunan for his submission.
This awesome illustrator we follow more then 3 years fascinates us as much always by the freshness of his style and his animals that seem alive. Thank you to him.

asylum-art:

Fantastical portraits by Miss Bugs

London Street Art duo Miss Bugs are design culture mixologist who take the practice of appropriation to a more finished end than the stencil kings of recent years heralding from their hometown of Bristol.  While brashly mashing the visual stories of your recent past, they’re telling new stories about hybrids and technology and the practice of untethering of pop and modern art imagery from it’s original docking. With disinterested and postmodern ladies acting as curvaceous archetypes of sensuality and as foil, Miss Bugs incorporates signature elements of other artists’ works into their distorted forms, weaving them into the hair, tattooing them across the skin, and then place them in the public sphere. ~Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo

booooooom:

At age 18, photographer Mike Brodie left home and train hopped across the US. He spent 3 years documenting his adventures, photographing the vagabonds he met along the way. A selection of the INCREDIBLE photos here.

booooooom:

At age 18, photographer Mike Brodie left home and train hopped across the US. He spent 3 years documenting his adventures, photographing the vagabonds he met along the way. A selection of the INCREDIBLE photos here.

asylum-art:

Amazing conceptual photographs by Silena Lambertini

on 500px

Stunning Landscapes by Silena Lambertini.

Amazing conceptual landscape photographs by Silena Lambertini, talented self-taught photographer based in Italy.