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Art and Misc Coolness

Art and Misc Coolness

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The illustrations of TokyoGenso (a.k.a. Tokyo Fantasy) depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature.

Post-apocalyptic Tokyo scenery ~ Pink Tentacle

Scene from Rabbits by David Lynch “In a nameless city, deluged by a continuous rain, three rabbits live with a fearful mystery.”

Andrew Wyeth 'Two if by Sea' 1995

By the time he was out of primary school, Augustin Lesage was sent to work deep in the coal mines of France, which to be fair, would probably be enough to render anyone mad. In 1911, when he was 35 years-old, Lesage claimed he heard a voice speak to him in the darkness of the mine and tell him, “One day you will be a painter”.

M.C Escher, Fluorescent Sea, 1933

Evolution by Patrick Gries: Spectacular, mysterious, elegant or grotesque, the skeletons of vertebrates peopling the Earth today carry within them the traces of an evolution spanning several billion years. This book by Patrick Gries chronicles the history of our era, a history recorded in these bones.

perfectly preserved paris apartment discovered after 70 years with valuables and paintings (3)

Handy art

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione paints distorted shadows on the walls and floors of abandoned buildings for his 1000 Shadows project. When he adds his artistic touch to a crumbling psychiatric hospital, it looks like the patients' lost souls are forever trapped within its walls,

Edward Gorey with the Doubtful Guest doll, New York, 1958

Edward Gorey's illustrations for War of the Worlds - Boing Boing

Artist Kate Pfeilschiefter

Ice sculpture


Cheetah Print by Berkley Illustration, now featured on Fab.

Whoa - "Send us the digital file of your x-ray, and we’ll send you back  your break in print, ready to be applied directly to your cast."

Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable. Cesar Cruz. Live Artfully

"The Most Beautiful Machine" is an idea of Claude E. Shannon, who died in 2001. His "Mathematical Theory of Communication" is the fundament of the digital machine. It's a communication based on the functions ON and OFF.

Real time animated wind map

Paleontological pin-up girls have dinosaur skulls for heads: artist Josean Rivera



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