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Relevância: 2 / Tags: corpo humano, sangue, veias, direção, ciclo / Descrição: "blueprint" do braço de um ser humano, mostrando as veias internas por onde o sangue circula. Um paralelo onde as veias são as ruas e os caminhos de uma grande cidade e os glóbulos vermelhos do sangue são as pessoas.


Humans vs Nature

Fine art photographer Tina Schultz makes worlds on camera which skillfully combine the raw power of nature with the beauty of the female form. Gaze in awe as her models and their dresses are distorted into a variety of fabulous shapes: wisps of black smoke caught in the wind and silver-blue rivers stretching off into....

Linda Brunker (b. 1966), is a sculptor from Dublin, Ireland. She says that her work comes from "a place where art, science, nature, and the human spirit meet" /

Nunzio Paci’s Graphite and Oil Paintings Merge Nature and Anatomy - His art explores the relation between men, animals and nature - His works always represents a body including a lot of mutations. The painter says his intention is “to explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination.”

Bambi, the great deer who walks beside Kara. Punishes hunters and takes care of the orphaned. Has never harmed an animal in his life but has killed many humans.

from Playbuzz

Which Animal Do You Transform Into?

What makes this a good design? It's very realistic. What makes it a bad design? I really like it. What would I have done differently? I would have done it in color.

"Crave", the artist Kate MacDowell has hand-sculptured porcelain to make a human/plant hybrid. MacDowell is better known for her animal/plant hybrids, but in this series the plant appears to grow out of human veins and body parts.

from My Modern Met

Stunning Half-Man/Half-Nature Collages

Monochrome Monday with Alexandra Bellissimo If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to the RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! This goes a bit further than the usual monochrome photography we post on Monday, wouldn’t you say? I really like how unique and conceptual Alexandra’s images are, her creations sit perfectly on that fine line between purely aesthetic and thought-provoking.