asylum-art:

A Huge Collection of Embroidered silk  Spheres by  92-year-old grandmother in Japan.

These intricate and extraordinarily beautiful embroidered silk balls are a form of Japanese folk art called Temari, which means “hand ball” in Japanese. These particular temari are even more impressive because they were handmade by a 92-year-old grandmother in Japan. NanaAkua’s flickr

 

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nubbsgalore:

a song of ice and fire. photos from jokulsarlon, iceland by (click pic) iurie belegurschi, christian lim and edwin martinez (more iceland posts)

escapekit:

Paper cuts

Paper artist Maude White cuts meticulous depictions of birds, people, leaves and other compositions embedded with hidden scenes and stories. Each piece can involve thousands of minute cuts giving the works an extreme feel of density and texture. 

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Some mushrooms I found, Lexington, KY, August 2014

The first issue of Scrimshander Books, Death: And Its Problems, is rising from the earth in October! Keep an eye on Osedax Press for subscription information.
We are also pleased to announce new deadlines and themes! See the website for more details on submission guidelines.
Beneficial Exercises for Heart Disturbances is still open for PROSE submissions until September 30th. 
Facts You Should Know About Digestion: A Trip Through the Alimentary Canal and What Happened There is open for both POETRY and PROSE until October 31
How Not to Be a Wallflower is open for both POETRY and PROSE until October 31
ART submissions for all three issues are ongoing

The first issue of Scrimshander Books, Death: And Its Problems, is rising from the earth in October! Keep an eye on Osedax Press for subscription information.

We are also pleased to announce new deadlines and themes! See the website for more details on submission guidelines.

  • Beneficial Exercises for Heart Disturbances is still open for PROSE submissions until September 30th. 
  • Facts You Should Know About Digestion: A Trip Through the Alimentary Canal and What Happened There is open for both POETRY and PROSE until October 31
  • How Not to Be a Wallflower is open for both POETRY and PROSE until October 31
  • ART submissions for all three issues are ongoing

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alexlibris-bookart:

New project in work phase…House Targaryen Journal - 10 x 8 inches - thickness 1.5 inches - genuine alligator leather - glass eye - chains - dragon claws closure system - etc._________http://www.alexlibris-bookart.com/

alexlibris-bookart:

New project in work phase…

House Targaryen Journal - 10 x 8 inches - thickness 1.5 inches - genuine alligator leather - glass eye - chains - dragon claws closure system - etc.
_________
http://www.alexlibris-bookart.com/

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mystery-bazaar:

Scotland

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tastefullyoffensive:

Artist Telmo Pieper Repaints His Own Childhood Drawings

Previously: Everyday Objects Turned Into Creative Illustrations

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nevada-verbena:

Self-taught chef Rhiannon over at Cakecrumbs has been working on a fun series of planetary cakes that are designed to be scientifically accurate with different types of cake representing various layers within Earth and Jupiter.

(This Is Colossal.)

sarahsauruswrecks:

electrictattoos:

nomicheese:

When the fox hears the rabbit cry, she comes running but not to help. … Work in progress on a tough as nails lady. Sat like a rock.

Nomi Chi

This is probably one of the most beautiful tattoos I have ever seen.

sarahsauruswrecks:

electrictattoos:

nomicheese:

When the fox hears the rabbit cry, she comes running but not to help. … Work in progress on a tough as nails lady. Sat like a rock.

Nomi Chi

This is probably one of the most beautiful tattoos I have ever seen.

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saenzdesantamaria:

04.04.14
f14; 1/100s; ISO 200: FL:50mm
© Juan Manuel Saenz de Santa María, 2014.

saenzdesantamaria:

04.04.14

f14; 1/100s; ISO 200: FL:50mm

© Juan Manuel Saenz de Santa María, 2014.

fairytalemood:

"Hmong Red Riding Hood" by Houa Vang

Аbandoned houses

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