August192014
paintedgoat:

Michael’s Bleeding Heart, by Melanie Gardner

Someone just hearted this and it reminded me that this is one of the things Freddie ate when we first got him. It has a big chunk out of one side now.

paintedgoat:

Michael’s Bleeding Heart, by Melanie Gardner

Someone just hearted this and it reminded me that this is one of the things Freddie ate when we first got him. It has a big chunk out of one side now.

April202014
April52014

thestraggletag:

thestraggletag:

submariet:

VAN EYCK

I lost it at the end.

Okay, I had to check out the Van Eyck thing. I was a bit in denial because, come on, every single person can’t look like President Putin!

There are no words to describe how wrong I was.

(Source: cheekygeekymonkey, via fromtheseaoftranquillity)

January132014
Mesh fruit bags used as shadows and highlights.

Mesh fruit bags used as shadows and highlights.

December262013
I was totally spoiled this year for Christmas. This screen print is from Michael. It’s of a homestead in Maine. This isn’t the best picture because of glare I was trying to eliminate, but isn’t that awesome!? It goes really well with our blue walls too.

I was totally spoiled this year for Christmas. This screen print is from Michael. It’s of a homestead in Maine. This isn’t the best picture because of glare I was trying to eliminate, but isn’t that awesome!? It goes really well with our blue walls too.

November72013

flanneryflann:

I’m in love with Caras Ionut’s work. 

art 

September52013

Some more pages.

4PM

These are some art journal pages I’ve done over the last 2years. I just started arting again and it feels good. I thought I’d share some to get the vibes out in the universe.

August82013

There’s a species of solitary mason bees that make these pretty little nests for their larvae out of flower petals.

There’s a species of solitary mason bees that make these pretty little nests for their larvae out of flower petals.

(Source: davidbyrne, via paperwhistle)

art bees 

August42013

cultivatevision:

Series of posters created for the love of math, nature, art, and education.

Prints available: http://meganemoore.storenvy.com/

(via transpyro)

July282013
July182013

staceythinx:

Kepler’s Cosmic Geometric Series by Tallmadge Doyle

About the project:

In an effort to determine the distances between planets in our solar system the great German Astronomer Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) determined that the planetary intervals are defined by the relationship between the five regular geometric solids.

In ancient geometry the regular solids held a special, almost sacred significance. Of particular interest to Kepler was their association with the four elements: the cube with Earth, Tetrahedron with Fire, Octahedron with Air, Icosahedron with Water as well as the dodecahedron’s association with the heavens. The Intention was to demonstrate that these geometrical forms were building blocks in creation.

Kepler built on the ideas of Copernicus, creating the fabric of a new system that paved the way for Newtonian theory. Retaining the sun as the focal point of our system, he described the planetary orbits, no longer in terms of circles, but ellipses. It is said that Kepler was seeking to discover the divinely instituted harmony that pervades the universe and binds its diverse parts into a concordant whole.

(via katiacambia)

art pretty 

July112013
July102013
“One reason that people have artist’s block is that they do not respect the law of dormancy in nature. Trees don’t produce fruit all year long, constantly. They have a point where they go dormant. And when you are in a dormant period creatively, if you can arrange your life to do the technical tasks that don’t take creativity, you are essentially preparing for the spring when it will all blossom again.” Marshall Vandruff, one of the best teachers I have ever had, on artist’s block. Said during a webinar done on Visualarium to advertise his upcoming online course on animal anatomy (source links to webinar)  (via pale-afternoon)

(Source: visualarium.com, via bunnieznbuns)

February202013
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