1. robertnendza:

    140702 - just realized this is my 200th post. A milestone of some sort maybe.

    Inspiring art by Robert Nendza

  2. fabciraolo:

    Shine✨ #fabciraolo

    Another rendition by Fab @ ArtPadSF 2013

  3. Reflective Transformation, Mark Gould 16”x20”, image transfer, acrylic

  4. hipinuff:

    Paul Klee (Swiss:1879-1940), Portrait de Mme. Gl., 1929

    (via yusefalahmad)

  5. I like where this is headed but it’s going to need a lot more work before I’m finished with this one. 😊

  6. Maris Liepa - the Dancer - Media Arts Channel Selection from Mark Gould on Vimeo.

    Outstanding concept and brilliant production: Māris Kalve

    Brand: Māris Liepa
    Client: Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation
    Production: Leonarda Ķestere, Māris Kalve
    Concept, director, edit, animation: Māris Kalve
    Music: Oskars & Raimonds Petrauski
    Year: 2013

  7. #tangle art in #adobe #illustrator this almost choked the app but it’s a work in progress and not finished yet 😊

  8. willkimart:

Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will KimWatercolor on Paper©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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    Fish Turn from ‘Palette of the Ocean’ by Will Kim
    Watercolor on Paper
    ©Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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  9. Expanded Cinema

    Stan Vanderbeek and Carolee Schneemann introduced the term expanded cinema around the mid-1960s to describe their sophisticated multimedia performances. Jonas Mekas further elaborated on prescient possibilities for projections in his 1964 essay “On the Expanding Eye”, in which he lists Harry Smith, Nam June Paik, and Stan Brakhage as examples of artists who were pushing the boundaries of film and video during this period. Expanded cinema later became topic of Gene Youngblood’s 1970 book of the same name. In this text, Youngblood assumes a futuristic viewpoint, a destination to which he believes cinema to also be oriented:

  10. artchipel:

    Valerio D’Ospina - Driving in Manhattan. Oil on panel, 24x24in (2013)

  11. wowgreat:

    circulation (80911), 2014
    vector for print
    made with processing
    (via Holger Lippmann - Cover Photos)

  12. robertnendza:

140425 Iteration and Details
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    140425 Iteration and Details

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