It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

It began long ago in a land far away to the east, the like of which you will not find in the world today.

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cjwho:

Animated GIF Wall and Building Art by INSA

INSA creates awesome street art GIFs that bring the thrill of the streets to your very own Tumblr. Painting a wall several times and snapping photos of each shot, the artist then combines the photos to give the neon-spray paint an additional bling-bling.

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cjwho:

Animated GIF Wall and Building Art by INSA

INSA creates awesome street art GIFs that bring the thrill of the streets to your very own Tumblr. Painting a wall several times and snapping photos of each shot, the artist then combines the photos to give the neon-spray paint an additional bling-bling.

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cjwho:

Animated GIF Wall and Building Art by INSA

INSA creates awesome street art GIFs that bring the thrill of the streets to your very own Tumblr. Painting a wall several times and snapping photos of each shot, the artist then combines the photos to give the neon-spray paint an additional bling-bling.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

cjwho:

Animated GIF Wall and Building Art by INSA

INSA creates awesome street art GIFs that bring the thrill of the streets to your very own Tumblr. Painting a wall several times and snapping photos of each shot, the artist then combines the photos to give the neon-spray paint an additional bling-bling.
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ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro
You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

ianbrooks:

Famous Eyeglasses by Federico Mauro

You can tell a lot about a person by their choice of headgear, but in some cases you don’t even need the rest of their face to recognize them. Federico collects some of the iconic glasses from the film and meat worlds, leaving your mind to gestalt in the rest.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter


“You are my superior officer. You are also my friend.”

“You are my superior officer. You are also my friend.”

“You are my superior officer. You are also my friend.”

“You are my superior officer. You are also my friend.”

You are my superior officer. You are also my friend.

(via vintage69br)

cjwho:

jay nelson interview
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jay nelson interview
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jay nelson interview
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jay nelson interview
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jay nelson interview
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jay nelson interview
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jay nelson interview
xombiedirge:

World Premier Exclusive First Look!!!
Mr. Spock by Bruce Yan / Tumblr / Twitter
11” X 14” Giclee print, numbered edition of 20. Part of the Bad Robot art experience at Gallery1988 / Tumblr.
xombiedirge:

World Premier Exclusive First Look!!!
Mr. Spock by Bruce Yan / Tumblr / Twitter
11” X 14” Giclee print, numbered edition of 20. Part of the Bad Robot art experience at Gallery1988 / Tumblr.
xombiedirge:

World Premier Exclusive First Look!!!
Mr. Spock by Bruce Yan / Tumblr / Twitter
11” X 14” Giclee print, numbered edition of 20. Part of the Bad Robot art experience at Gallery1988 / Tumblr.

xombiedirge:

World Premier Exclusive First Look!!!

Mr. Spock by Bruce Yan / Tumblr / Twitter

11” X 14” Giclee print, numbered edition of 20. Part of the Bad Robot art experience at Gallery1988 / Tumblr.

(via lovelytrek)

l-hermanos:

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“Mormaço - novo DVD em maio

A partir do dia 21 de maio, os fãs de Marcelo Camelo poderão conhecer seu mais novo trabalho, o DVD “Mormaço”. Este é o terceiro disco e o segundo DVD da carreira solo do cantor. O primeiro foi o registro ao vivo do disco SOU, gravado em Salvador, na Concha…

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

ianbrooks:

Vertical Horizons photos by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze

It’s easy to get a measure of a building from afar, but you cant really appreciate a towering city structure until you’ve craned your neck up the length of its spine, admiring the way its reflective edges seem to scrape the sky. Romain’s series captures the behomeths of Hong Kong, from the human perspective of always at their feet. Book available for purchase at hk.asia-city

Photog: Deviantart / Website / Facebook

xombiedirge:

Star Wars Parodies by Phil Postma / Blog / Store
xombiedirge:

Star Wars Parodies by Phil Postma / Blog / Store
xombiedirge:

Star Wars Parodies by Phil Postma / Blog / Store
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Star Wars Parodies by Phil Postma / Blog / Store
ianbrooks:

Invader vs. Spider-Man by Invader
Hanging in Paris, France, can he swing from a thread? Take a look overhead. HEY THERE, there goes the Invader! Life is a great big bang-up whenever there’s a hangup you’ll find the Invader!

Artist: Website (via: Street Art News / IT8BIT)

ianbrooks:

Invader vs. Spider-Man by Invader
Hanging in Paris, France, can he swing from a thread? Take a look overhead. HEY THERE, there goes the Invader! Life is a great big bang-up whenever there’s a hangup you’ll find the Invader!

Artist: Website (via: Street Art News / IT8BIT)

ianbrooks:

Invader vs. Spider-Man by Invader
Hanging in Paris, France, can he swing from a thread? Take a look overhead. HEY THERE, there goes the Invader! Life is a great big bang-up whenever there’s a hangup you’ll find the Invader!

Artist: Website (via: Street Art News / IT8BIT)

ianbrooks:

Invader vs. Spider-Man by Invader

Hanging in Paris, France, can he swing from a thread? Take a look overhead. HEY THERE, there goes the Invader! Life is a great big bang-up whenever there’s a hangup you’ll find the Invader!

Artist: Website (via: Street Art News / IT8BIT)

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon
The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog

ianbrooks:

Bluegirl Story by Sungwon

The ongoing story of Bluegirl is transitory in nature: with no central continuity, the narrative behind each scene is up to you, so make it a good one.

Artist: DeviantArt / Facebook / Blog