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dailydesigner:

Organic chocolate bar by homework
dailydesigner:

Organic chocolate bar by homework
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The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

The Incredible Textured Paintings of
CONRAD JON GODLY
( I Could only upload low quality images, the stunning ones are on his website, all above the 10 mg limit on tumblr )
It amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.
Godly originally studied as a painter at the Basel School of Art in the 80s, and then was a professional photographer for almost 2 decades – until he decided to return to painting. first working from a studio in Vienna, he eventually returned to his home in the Swiss Alps, where he studies the mountains on long walks with his camera.
To Godly, the mountains represent power, spirituality, and imperishable magnificence — a contrast to the transient beauty of the fashion world. His fascination and source of strength has guided his subject matter; in an effort to capture the grandeur, he employs brushed oils and turpentine into a thick impasto, resulting in physical and perceptual depth. The texture of his gestural strokes begs similarity to the natural weathering of rock, while his restricted palette adds spatial definition and boldness to the abstracted landscapes. His full collection of paintings and studies are available on his website. I do hope you take time to look through his work and become enveloped as I first did.
The 189/Miss Moss
Selected by Andrew
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I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You – an utterly heart-warming comic by Yumi Sakugawa that’s a delight in and of itself, but especially when paired with Maurice Sendak and Ruth Krauss’s 1954 gem I’ll Be You and You Be Me.
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vauxvintage:

Lover’s eyes are hand-painted portraits on ivory which were popular in England between the 1780s and 1830s.
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coffeestainedcashmere:

“There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” by Julene Harrison.
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Kustaa Saksi
http://ptbk.co/1d1EXUJ
Contemporary Wool –

patternbank:
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idreamofaworldofcouture:

'Wood, Metal, Bone' by Mark Thompson 
idreamofaworldofcouture:

'Wood, Metal, Bone' by Mark Thompson 
idreamofaworldofcouture:

'Wood, Metal, Bone' by Mark Thompson 
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idreamofaworldofcouture:

Natalia Semanova photographed by Arthur Elgort 1999
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idreamofaworldofcouture:

 Architectural watercolours by Sunga Park 
idreamofaworldofcouture:

 Architectural watercolours by Sunga Park 
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hydeordie:

Joel Morrison Hurry Up With My Damn Croissant 2014
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thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
thebeardsnotes:

Skeletal Creatures Carved Out Of Everyday Objects
Artist - Maskull Lasserre 
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wallddizzy:

it ‘s like a Rorchach test - i wan’t to make a book of these things with a fat index of what people see. all replies will be indexed to corresponding images. 
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gonna mail out a few prizes to contributors. 
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