campsis:

KE,YONG-YA

campsis:

KE,YONG-YA

(via portermoto)

artpropelled:

Wang Nong

artpropelled:

Wang Nong

(via portermoto)

chadwys:

Blue-02 (watercolor on paper, 1916) by Georgia O’Keeffe

chadwys:

Blue-02 (watercolor on paper, 1916) by Georgia O’Keeffe

(via elkeringhausen)

natgeofound:

A kitten aboard a floating Victoria water lily pad in the Philippines, 1935.Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

A kitten aboard a floating Victoria water lily pad in the Philippines, 1935.Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, National Geographic Creative

(via the-beauty-in-the-imperfections)

bonsaibones:

I’m in love with this gif. Everything about it. The rain drizzling. The candle flickering. The colors. I love it.

bonsaibones:

I’m in love with this gif. Everything about it. The rain drizzling. The candle flickering. The colors. I love it.

(via largerloves)

luzfosca:

Karl Blossfeldt
Weberdistel, 1928.

luzfosca:

Karl Blossfeldt

Weberdistel, 1928.

(via largerloves)

n-a-r-c-0-t-i-z-e:

All rights reserved to Maicon Bonato

n-a-r-c-0-t-i-z-e:

All rights reserved to Maicon Bonato

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justanothermasterpiece:

Sean Scully.

justanothermasterpiece:

Sean Scully.

buzzbuzzstuff:

Totem by Sarah Yeoman Watercolor

buzzbuzzstuff:

Totem by Sarah Yeoman Watercolor

(via portermoto)

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

filthway by R A N D O M Esque on Flickr.

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

filthway by R A N D O M Esque on Flickr.

postapokaliptyczna-wersja:

Richard Cartwright

postapokaliptyczna-wersja:

Richard Cartwright

(via chance-a-simple-gardener)

les-sources-du-nil:

Andrius Penkauskas

les-sources-du-nil:

Andrius Penkauskas

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Andre Petterson Chaotic Brushstrokes Signify Movement

 Mixed media artist Andre Petterson makes us believe in the beauty of chaos. His photography-based pieces captures the essence of time and movement all by his carefully placed brushstrokes. Influenced by music, Petterson creates works that seem to have a natural rhythm about them. It’s almost as if you can hear the various sounds emanating from his pieces.

The Vancouver, Canada-based artist starts with photographic prints of objects, like sewing machines and typewriters, and then overlays his brushstrokes until he’s made something that has a sense of movement. Mesmerizing, to say the least.

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The Art of Steven DaLuz

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