Boop Beep

(Source: thegestianpoet, via pearsquare)

(Source: the--pessimist, via pearsquare)

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Emily Blincoe: Color-coded photography

We’ve already featured talented Austin-based photographer Emily Blincoe a couple of times on iGNANT. Her output is amazingly creative and never fails to make us smile. Emily is probably best known for her color-coded arrangements.

For her latest works she collected color permutation of tomatoes, oranges, eggs, ice cream and leaves and sorted them into groups and gradients for each image

fuckoffallbadvibes:

people who talk during acoustic sets are my least favorite kind of people

(via sluggrl)

heyiamstupid:

unstableboredom:

Always on repeat

honestly this song makes me feel things

(via sluggrl)

(Source: barbitium, via neg-ative-space)

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Sculptor Ted Lawson evokes darkness, death, and the sublime with “CRUDE” and Death of Narrative

at Emannuel Fremin Gallery

A Brooklyn-based artist and a native of Boston, MA, Ted Lawson studied sculpture at the Philadelphia University of the Arts. His works combine the newest digital technology with the skills of a traditional sculptor, embodying his artistic vision centered on the connection between eroticism, geometry, and death.

Death of Narrative: Cast Resin- 144″x72″x24″ – 2013
CRUDE: Cast Resin, found objects, steel – 2013

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Christoph Bader: Intricate Digital Art

on Behance, Flickr , Graphicine

Unique and eye-catching, art can come in many different variations and designs, giving us, the viewer, a wide range of unique allure. Well today we get a look at the work of German designer Christoph Bader, who created some astonishing and eye-catching pieces, which boast shapes and patterns, resulting in artwork that look anything but digital.

The collection, Limm, was done on a computer, making things even more interesting, taking on a look of elaborate and amazing, intricate string work that makes for some busy and brilliant work.

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asylum-art:

Rebecca Stevenson: Bambarella

Bambarella 2007
polyester resin and wax
85 x 63 x 55 cm

Luxe Vert 2008
polyester resin and wax
80 x 65 x 35 cm

tokwap:

"Ano Ang Silbi Ng Alaala" acrylic on vinyl, 2014.

For VinylonVinyl Art’s inaugural show Extended Play. Come drop by to see the other pieces by idols and masters (@krisabrigo , @dexfernandez , @soler , @lastcigarettes, @iamleeromeo , @ewws , @shardula , @art_of_may, and more!).