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Mon Aug 25
beesandbombs:

eclipses

beesandbombs:

eclipses

beesandbombs:

a lil gif I put on Dribbble

beesandbombs:

a lil gif I put on Dribbble

(Source: dribbblepopular)

Sun Aug 24
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dribbblepopular:

Woven star Original: http://ift.tt/YwxSbk

Bees & Bombs also available on Dribbble!

beesandbombs:

dribbblepopular:

Woven star Original: http://ift.tt/YwxSbk

Bees & Bombs also available on Dribbble!

beesandbombs:

rainbow spiral

beesandbombs:

rainbow spiral

Sat Aug 23
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dribbblepopular:

Shell Spiral Original: http://ift.tt/VG58el

another gif I put on Dribbble

beesandbombs:

dribbblepopular:

Shell Spiral Original: http://ift.tt/VG58el

another gif I put on Dribbble

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Eric Standley, a Virginia-based artist who works with laser-cut paper, creates amazing and awe-inspiring layered paper cuts of extraordinary complexity that successfully marry Gothic and Islamic architectural elements in tiny cathedral-like spaces.

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Fri Aug 22
beesandbombs:

splitting leaves

beesandbombs:

splitting leaves

Sat Aug 16

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Blanca Rego is an audiovisual artist from Barcelona, Spain. She studied Film Direction and New Media and she works with video, sound and text. She is very interested in the relationship between image and sound. This theme is very present in her artwork which is posted as glifcker.

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harrietlane:

Vakil Bathhouse, Shiraz, Iran. Little Planet photo by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji.

harrietlane:

Vakil Bathhouse, Shiraz, Iran. Little Planet photo by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji.

Fri Aug 15

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Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch

Rebecca, AKA 9999AD, is a 16 year old artist from the United States. Because of her mother’s art school background, Rebecca has always experimented with visual creations. She started out with pencil, charcoal, and watercolours. She has always been fascinated by letters and typography, and would often find herself in trouble at school for drawing flames on the word ‘fire’ or melting the letters in ‘melting’.

In 7th grade, she began to study graphic design and typography, pouring over writings and glyphs. By 9th grade, she dove headfirst into GIF art and photography. When asked what inspired her to create her dreamy, mesmerizing, and otherworldly creations, Rebecca said:

“I’ve always seen cool gifs and 3D art, etc. I’ve always wanted to be able to do that—I think that’s the major inspiration in my art. Additionally, my art has served as an outlet for my emotions, allowing me to let some of them out and explain how they feel to others.”


Her favorite artists include Vince McKelvie, Skip Hursh, Mr. Div, Christophe Jeudy, and many more.

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Featured Curator: Justin Ruckman

Vilde J. Rolfsen uses light and colored backgrounds to make these otherworldly plastic bag landscapes. She finds the bags on the street, an easy task considering Americans blow through over 100 billion a year.

Wed Aug 13

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Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch

Mathew Lucas, known as 89A, is a digital artist from Northern England. He’s been making his eclectic, fun, and experimental GIFs since 2011. When asked what inspired him to start making animated art, he said:

“Mainly it was a means to an end. I had to learn some new software and get my head into some basic motion graphics and 3D for a job. Then I fell in love with making gifs. It’s a great outlet for the weeks when you are working on a project with a little or no creativity. Just pop open Cinema 4D and have a play — see what comes out.”

Some of Mathew’s biggest inspirations include Matthew DiVito, Alec Mackenzie, David Whyte, and Iain Acton

Tue Aug 12
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Splitting triangle Original: http://ift.tt/1kUzrKo

dribbblepopular:

Splitting triangle Original: http://ift.tt/1kUzrKo

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Featured curator: Justin Ruckman

Kota Hiratsuka draws from both the traditions of Japanese origami and the modern techniques of computer modeling to create these 3D origami mosaics. Some of them are modeled in paper, others in pixels. All of them can be found on his website: Origami Mosaics, and his Tumblr.

Mon Aug 11

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The Stunning and Very Rare Architectural Photography of Iranian Mosque Interiors by Mohammad Rez Domiri

These incredible photos capture the intricate detail of the Middle East’s grandest temples - a kaleidoscope of colours on their ceilings. Mohammad Domiri is a young self-taught photographer from northern Iran who takes beautiful photos of traditional architectural monuments throughout the Middle East.
Due to restrictions on tripods, as well as overcrowding, it is very difficult to get permission to shoot inside these grand wonders.  Most of his subjects are grand traditional mosques, heavily decorated with mesmerizing geometric patterns and mosaics, beaming and swirling with colour just like colossal kaleidoscopes.
Even if you are the world’s least religious person, you might feel your hands coming together in prayer naturally when you see the brilliance of this light. As a result there are very few images of such temples - meaning his photography is extremely rare.
More info: gravity.ir | 500px | Facebook

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