The Buddha

eatsleepdraw:

Heres a little doodle of a very contemplative business octopus. He is thinking so super hard, you might just need to say “hey now, calm down there, friend”.

- Valerie <3 http://veepelle.tumblr.com/

fer1972:

The Textile Moths of Yumi Okita

(via tearsofmana)

bipolarqueer:

Completely flat chests are not genderless, but are praised in the enby community because the enby community shits all over femininity. If youre masculine you’re androgynous. If you’re feminine you’re faking. That shit needs to stop.

pixography:

Tran Nguyen ~ "And Our World Came Tumbling After"

necropticon:

here’s an idea: people shouldn’t actually have to have a job to be allowed to remain alive

(Source: gutcolour, via allcurledupgoingnya)

generic-art:

Juan Carlos Paz

renaissance-art:

Narcissus (details) c. 1500

(via hoploid)

chloefrancillon:

Leonor Fini

(Source: sakrogoat, via cottontailknickers)

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Eleanor Lutz

Tumblr: http://tabletopwhale.tumblr.com/

A science infographic of bioluminescent creatures from around the world. Full size design on TabletopWhale.com !

nearlya:

Tauba AuerbachA, E, F, I, K, L, R, ink on paper

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha

Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 

ryanpanos:

Exobiotanica | Makoto Azuma | Via

Tokyo based artist Makoto Azuma, for his latest project titled “Exobiotanica”, teamed with Sacramento-based JP Aerospace - a volunteer-based organization that constructs and sends vessels into orbit, to launch a Japanese white pine bonsai and an arrangement of flowers into the stratosphere. Using Styrofoam and a very light metal frame, the team created two devices to attach the 50-year-old bonsai and the flowers, which were then launch separately using Helium balloons. Azuma attached still cameras and six Go Pro video cameras tied in a ball to record the trip into the stratosphere.

”I wanted to see the movement and beauty of plants and flowers suspended in space,” Azuma later explained T Magazine. After both pieces went up, Azuma embraced his team warmly and smiled. “I always wanted to travel to space,” he said. “This is a dream come true.”

predormital:

Alex Fishgoyt

(via cottontailknickers)