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Anatomically correct, Aitch

(Fuente: aitch.ro, vía aliform)


Dan LuVisi

A digital concept artist puts a creepy twist on some of our favorite childhood cartoon characters.

(vía am1n5adot)


Groot : Spores by megatruh


Workouts specifically made for nerds. I as a nerd myself am totally interested in trying some of these!


(vía imnotevenbritish)


Double Exposure Photograpy by Pete Ulatan


Oleg Oprisco photography

on Behance, Artist on Tumblr,  facebook

Oleg Oprisco, an inspirational 26-year-old photographer from Lviv, Ukraine, has developed a beautiful unique style of surreal photographs with astonishing girls in dramatic landscapes. What is perhaps most surprising about his work is that the artist doesn’t use any fancy cameras and lenses – just good the old Kiev 6C and Kiev 88 film cameras.

The photographer likes film photography because it makes one appreciate the importance of every single frame and it makes seeing the final result all the more magical.

(vía asylum-art)


Dividus: Anatomical Collages

Artist on tumblr, on Behance, Society6

(vía asylum-art)


The Art of Tenia: Enthomology of Illusion

Gianluca Gambino, a.k.a. Te Nia  is a 28 year old illustrator working in a graphic design agency in Sicily (Italy) designing video game characters for French and German companies. This industrious young man, art enthusiast since his childhood, is a self-taught graphic designer who translates his overflowing imagination with the help of a graphic tablet and Photoshop. His universe is dark, creative and eye-catching. Behind the name ‘Tenia’ is Gianluca Gambino, this dual identity echoing the distinctive characters her creates. The duality of man and life is at the center of Tenia’s work, as humans hesitate between good and evil, life and death. But the second pair of eyes brings to focus the world of divination and illusion. Each image reminds of an occult Barnum & Bailey Circus, with its bunch of vintage fortune tellers, puppeteers, escape artists and other Freak Show characters.

(vía asylum-art)


"Space is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is.”

-Douglas Adams

(Fuente: ktt, vía sicksugar)



Kim Kei

"Into the Air With Two Ideas"

Watermedia and Oil on Paper 

20” x 30” 

"Mimesis 6"

(Fuente: kim-kei.com)


Rounding out this week’s J. Irwin Miller-as-design muse posts, today we are featuring presentation photographs of a stand-alone office for J. Irwin Miller, as proposed by architect Kevin Roche in 1970. We here in the IMA Archives are regularly amazed at the detail that went into the planning stages of work on the Miller House & Garden, and this office proposal is no exception!

Miniature Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman? Check.

Perspective view of the office through the honey locust allée? Check.

Shelves full of miniature books with actual covers? Check.

Basically it is the epitome of mid-century modern design cool. What more could you ask for?

Kevin Roche also proposed a stand-alone library building as an option for the Miller House Garden, and his presentation photos for that un-realized project are just as amazing.

Kevin Roche, Presentation photographs of proposed J. Irwin Miller office, ca. 1970, Box 40, Folder 24, Miller House and Garden Collection, IMA Archives, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. (MHG_II_B040_F024_001-008)

(vía spooky45mseeking18mwithburgers)


Artist & Illustrator:

Somi Lee



(Fuente: behance.net)