You really only understand how drunk you are when you’re peeing
Boogeymen - part of a series of eerie stereoviews - dated 1923 (Via)
Letha Wilson doesn’t just take photos, she also cuts them up. More like incisions really. Perfectly placed. They change everything.
Re-imagined portraits from Rectified Searches: Road, Chris, Fog series by Chirs Fortescue
Madeline von Foerster - Invasive Species II , 2008
Oil and egg tempera on panel
Threaded vintage portraits by Happy Red Fish
“Happy red fish” is a creative studio operated by the artist and designer Hagar Vardimon-van Heummen based in Amsterdam ,The Netherlands. We particularly love this one collection of vintage portraits combined together with colorful threaded lines on faces. After several days we promise to publish more Happy Red Fish’s artworks here!
It’s Tax Day! Do you know where your dollars go?
Graphic by Rich Clabaugh
I never realized how multinational of a corporation Dunkin’s is until I saw them all over Europe. It’s pretty scary.
To create a body of work he calls “Glass Microbiology,” [Luke] Jerram has enlisted the help of virologist Andrew Davidson from the University of Bristol and the expertise of professional glassblowers Kim George, Brian George and Norman Veitch. Together, the cross-disciplinary team brings hazardous pathogens, such as the H1N1 virus or HIV, to light in translucent glass forms.
The artist insists that his sculptures be colorless, in contrast to the images scientists sometimes disseminate that are enhanced with bright hues. “Viruses have no color as they are smaller than the wavelength of light,” says Jerram, in an email. “So the artworks are created as alternative representations of viruses to the artificially colored imagery we receive through the media.” Jerram and Davidson create sketches, which they then take to the glassblowers, to see whether the intricate structures of the diseases can be replicated in glass, at approximately one million times their original size. - Continue reading at Smithsonian.com.
the magic of photoshop