slowartday:

slowartday:

Kevin Corrado

I love the way this photographer connects to the environment through playing with horizon lines - it’s simple but powerful.

- Rachel

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Waiting

here in this waiting
just waiting
the future is the ever present ghost of tomorrow
here in this waiting
yesterday mingles in close quarters with today

descentintotyranny:

10,000 strong for Gaza in Chicago

eatsleepdraw:

We accept the love we think we deserve [WIP]

This is my final sketch from Mary Kate McDevitt’s skillshare class! My phrase/quote is from ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ by Stephen Chbosky. Through my idea generation I liked the concepts of giving and receiving cards, and then started to think about the idea of the cards of life and playing the hand we’re dealt. I also happen to absolutely love playing card design, so this project was super fun for me!

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eatsleepdraw:

We accept the love we think we deserve [WIP]
This is my final sketch from Mary Kate McDevitt’s skillshare class! My phrase/quote is from ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ by Stephen Chbosky. Through my idea generation I liked the concepts of giving and receiving cards, and then started to think about the idea of the cards of life and playing the hand we’re dealt. I also happen to absolutely love playing card design, so this project was super fun for me!
Website | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Society6

skyscraper:

@ilovephotography1906 submitted:

Twinkle LA. Photos & Gif By David Hanjani

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skyscraper:

@ilovephotography1906 submitted:

Twinkle LA. Photos & Gif By David Hanjani
photographyofdavidhanjani.tumblr.com

cross-connect:

Peter Combe is a San Francisco-based artist and photographer who creates this three dimensional works using hundreds of collaged paint chips inserted into a surface.

There is a magic that occurs, a trick of the eye that keeps me experimenting with a broad spectrum of hues that these appropriated samplings of color afford.

Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret

"Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage not weakness."
- Katherine Henson  (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: therandomactorg, via exiledpoetssociety)

whataboutsandra:

Regardless of our religion, race, color and beliefs let’s not forget the people of Palestine. Let’s include them in our prayers. This is about humanity, this about us being human who have a heart that cares, mind that thinks and soul that cries for every single innocent children being killed without mercy, for every woman being raped, for every elderly being killed helplessly, for the boys being tortured to death, for the parents who lost their little angels, for the sons and daughters who witnessed how their parents die. And for every single person in Palestine affected by the Israelites attack who lost everything, their families and homes.

A minute of prayer will not cause you any harm. So, i’m begging you, please do offer a prayer for the people of Palestine. That’s the only thing we can do as for now. Prayer is the best above all.

whataboutsandra:

Regardless of our religion, race, color and beliefs let’s not forget the people of Palestine. Let’s include them in our prayers. This is about humanity, this about us being human who have a heart that cares, mind that thinks and soul that cries for every single innocent children being killed without mercy, for every woman being raped, for every elderly being killed helplessly, for the boys being tortured to death, for the parents who lost their little angels, for the sons and daughters who witnessed how their parents die. And for every single person in Palestine affected by the Israelites attack who lost everything, their families and homes. 

A minute of prayer will not cause you any harm. So, i’m begging you, please do offer a prayer for the people of Palestine. That’s the only thing we can do as for now. Prayer is the best above all.

cross-connect:

Carne Griffiths- Art using Ink,Tea and Alcohol

Working primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite and liquids, such as tea, brandy and vodka Griffiths’ fascination with drawing focuses on the creation and manipulation of the drawn line. Images explore human, geometric and floral forms, in a combination of both literal and abstract translation and in response to images and situations encountered in daily life. Images are recorded in a dreamlike sense onto the page where physical boundaries are unimportant. His work creates a journey of escapism which focuses on scenes of awe and wonder, projecting a sense of abandonment and inviting the viewer to share and explore this inner realm.

deviantArt

Posted to Cross-Connect by Andrew

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