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lulufrost:

WEEKEND WILDCARD
Hey, kitty kitty 
Sep 20, 2014 / 436 notes

lulufrost:

WEEKEND WILDCARD

Hey, kitty kitty 

coverjunkie:

Artwork by ace Deborah van der Schaaf,  newest cover Volkskrant Magazine
Editor in chief: Corinne van Duin Art Director: Jaap Biemans
Aug 26, 2014 / 21 notes

coverjunkie:

Artwork by ace Deborah van der Schaaf,
newest cover Volkskrant Magazine

Editor in chief: Corinne van Duin
Art Director: Jaap Biemans

patternbase:

It’s official! The Patternbase is launching their first new project September 2nd! Here’s another sneak peek at what’s to come.Subscribe to our newsletter and be amongst the first to receive updates and specials offers: http://eepurl.com/RxWcb
Aug 26, 2014 / 104 notes

patternbase:

It’s official! The Patternbase is launching their first new project September 2nd! Here’s another sneak peek at what’s to come.

Subscribe to our newsletter and be amongst the first to receive updates and specials offers: http://eepurl.com/RxWcb

pyramidrome:

An interview with digital artist Adam Ferriss on his psychedelic creations»>

 Deciding how much control to give your algorithm is where a lot of the finesse comes in. M. Plummer Fernandez recently wrote to me: “The old school logic of ‘abundant output’ = ‘artist must be spending ALL his time on it’ no longer applies. A creative coding approach that could easily generate 65 GIFs in a day, even an hour if not tweaking the algorithm or selecting best results.” 
Like he says, it’s easy to write scripts that can quickly fill up a hard drive with images, but most of the images will probably not be all that interesting. And then if I do get a few prime cut pixel drawings, I still usually take them into photoshop for some colour correction and curve adjustments. 
Aug 26, 2014 / 17 notes

pyramidrome:

An interview with digital artist Adam Ferriss on his psychedelic creations»>

 Deciding how much control to give your algorithm is where a lot of the finesse comes in. M. Plummer Fernandez recently wrote to me: “The old school logic of ‘abundant output’ = ‘artist must be spending ALL his time on it’ no longer applies. A creative coding approach that could easily generate 65 GIFs in a day, even an hour if not tweaking the algorithm or selecting best results.” 

Like he says, it’s easy to write scripts that can quickly fill up a hard drive with images, but most of the images will probably not be all that interesting. And then if I do get a few prime cut pixel drawings, I still usually take them into photoshop for some colour correction and curve adjustments. 

laughingsquid:

Hi-Fructose: The New Contemporary Art Magazine Volume 32
Jun 11, 2014 / 193 notes
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laughingsquid:

Giant Papercraft Flower Blossom Sculptures by Tiffanie Turner
May 15, 2014 / 188 notes
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celebrephrases:

origami loto flower

fightburn:

Heavenly waters en We Heart It.
Apr 19, 2014 / 12 notes

fightburn:

Heavenly waters en We Heart It.

(via cityofwishies)

Apr 19, 2014 / 21 notes
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enochliew:

Mizukagami by Rikako Nagashima & Hideto Hyoudou

Translated as ‘Water Mirror’.

lulufrost:

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A tail of two cities
Apr 19, 2014 / 406 notes

lulufrost:

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A tail of two cities

Apr 19, 2014 / 101,976 notes
tumblropenarts:

Artist: Theo Luma
http://theoluma.tumblr.com
Apr 19, 2014 / 897 notes