davidlucienart:

cross-connect:

Berlin, Germany based artist Angelika Arendt creates intricate ink drawings and psychedelic sculptures made of polyurethane clay. Check out more of her incredible work at angelikaarendt.de and on her flickr page.

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Michelle, did you see this?

mama-wifi:

soft ghetto ☆彡*:.。. ・

mama-wifi:

soft ghetto ☆彡*:.。. ・

(Source: azealiabanksweb, via brittany-crowther)

skunkbear:

The blooming of an Amorphophallus titanum (AKA corpse flower AKA titan arum) at The Huntington Library last week inspired me!

If you think humans jump through a lot of hoops just to reproduce, check out this plant. It waits 7-10 years, storing up starch in a giant tuber, just so it can bloom for a single day. Then it pretends to be a hunk of rotting meat to attract insect pollinators. Then, months later, it switches tactics to a produce a sweet fruit so birds will disperse it’s seeds.

If you have never smelled a titan arum but for some odd reason you would like to … you are in … luck? Scientists have identified the exact malodorous chemicals that come off these strange flowers to attract pollinators - so you can create the scent at home!*

*please, for your own sake, don’t try this at home.

(via npr)

nprcodeswitch:

Native American Artists Reclaim Images That Represent Them
There’s been a lot of discussion about the name of a certain Washington football team — withlawsuits arguing that it is disparaging, and media outlets choosing not to use it in their content.
But while the debates around the language are raging, the logo — also a part of the trademark lawsuit — remains emblazoned on hats, T-shirts, and picnic blankets around the capital.
The logo has been the team’s brand ambassador for a long time and this team isn’t the only sports team to use Native American imagery. It’s also not something that is exclusive to sports teams; caricatures and motifs depicting indigenous people have long been used to sell stuff — cigars for one, but also things like chewing gum and butter.
But there is another body of artwork out there — produced by Native American artists and entrepreneurs — that asserts ownership over the images associated with their culture. Their work counters the existing “non-Native” representations, questions these portrayals and provides new context.
Photo Credit: Sarah Sense

nprcodeswitch:

Native American Artists Reclaim Images That Represent Them

There’s been a lot of discussion about the name of a certain Washington football team — withlawsuits arguing that it is disparaging, and media outlets choosing not to use it in their content.

But while the debates around the language are raging, the logo — also a part of the trademark lawsuit — remains emblazoned on hats, T-shirts, and picnic blankets around the capital.

The logo has been the team’s brand ambassador for a long time and this team isn’t the only sports team to use Native American imagery. It’s also not something that is exclusive to sports teams; caricatures and motifs depicting indigenous people have long been used to sell stuff — cigars for one, but also things like chewing gum and butter.

But there is another body of artwork out there — produced by Native American artists and entrepreneurs — that asserts ownership over the images associated with their culture. Their work counters the existing “non-Native” representations, questions these portrayals and provides new context.

Photo Credit: Sarah Sense

(via npr)

drdavidmrmack:

Sandman.  Quick brush & ink. @neilhimself Neil Gaiman.
More art in my albums here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/David-Mack/21231086294?sk=photos_stream&tab=photos_albums

drdavidmrmack:

Sandman.  Quick brush & ink. @neilhimself Neil Gaiman.

More art in my albums here:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/David-Mack/21231086294?sk=photos_stream&tab=photos_albums

(via neil-gaiman)

soulless-glamour:

did-you-kno:

Artist Ted Lawson wrote thousands of lines of code to program a CNC printer to create a life-size nude portrait of himself that is drawn using his own blood. Source 

Living for it.

Blood art

soulless-glamour:

did-you-kno:

Artist Ted Lawson wrote thousands of lines of code to program a CNC printer to create a life-size nude portrait of himself that is drawn using his own blood. Source

Living for it.

Blood art

CONCHY JOE by April Bey - GoFundMe

Hello friends, as you know I’m out of school and I desperately need your support. I was invited and curated into my first major show in the country that raised me. I promised myself before admitting financial defeat I would at least try to raise money from people I respect and who believe in the same important work I do. This is a financial collaboration.

I will be working with one of my favorite Caribbean artists/curators and it’s another installation. All I’m asking is that you take a look at the proposal that was approved linked here and if you would like to support it please share. If you REALLY like the project, share AND throw money at me. Banging to make BOOM since 1993.

pia-artezine:

Currently happening “install day” I think this show will be a big hit amongst the visitors coming out Saturday night…these new works are 🔥🔥🔥 come thru 8/30 at 6pm DJ Kaleem is spinning the opening all night!!! #art #funtimes #leimertpark #leimertparkrenaissance #kenturah (at Papillion Art)

pia-artezine:

Currently happening “install day” I think this show will be a big hit amongst the visitors coming out Saturday night…these new works are 🔥🔥🔥 come thru 8/30 at 6pm DJ Kaleem is spinning the opening all night!!! #art #funtimes #leimertpark #leimertparkrenaissance #kenturah (at Papillion Art)