cookiekween:

The mobster cookie families. Bwa ha haaa

(Source: cookiekhaleesi)

bakerstreetbabes:

rileystark:

“I am an omnivorous reader with a strangely retentive memory for trifles.” - Sherlock Holmes

Brett-Holmes done in the original Paget illustration style. Painted last night on my Livestream. (Not sure how long, lost track of time. XD)

Painter 12.

Prints available here.

GUH.

laugh-addict:

showslow:

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

via laugh-addict 

riseofthelegend:

Iron Man by Charles Holbert Jr.

world-shaker:

Just let the enormity of what’s going on here slowly sink in.

(Source: photos.mlive.com)

yodamanu:

Eight of my favorites reflections, mostly shot in 2011. I feel the series was complete around the end of summer, but I keep on shooting those upside down reflections. I just love it.

They’re all untouched, except the 5th one (but it’s still a very light cropping). I shoot it as I frame it, cropped a lot, they wouldn’t make sense. It’s about seeing the reality the other way round on purpose. It’s not about shooting blind before cropping a lot.

Anyway, it’s fun trying because it’s challenging to frame something upside down while you focus “upside up” - you have to try to see what I mean.

For those who wonder, there’s not much editing in it either, with strong contrast lenses, a bit of saturation, the occasional weirdness of the Leica M8 sensor and you’re good to go.

I post those eight because they work well together. I avoided posting wide and b&w ones for the sake of comprehensiveness. May be I’ll post a b&w one soon.

I don’t have a lot of time right now, but I have lots of stuff to post and write about. I was foolish enough to buy a M Monochrom and boy it’s quite a body. Not for everyone, for sure, but quite spectacular, imho. I’ll post a quick hands on and a few pics this week. For those who don’t work this week-end, enjoy. For those who work, like me: courage! :-)

jd-gallery:

Kazuo Oga (various watercolour works c.1988)

Just. Wow.

Kazuo Oga is one of the most inconspicuously famous artists, which is inspirational in its own right by how humbling it is. You would think they were digital from an immediate approach, however upon closer inspection of the textures, lighting and layering it’s clear they’re perfectly hand crafter watercolour pieces.

His works, featured in the backgrounds of various Studio Ghibli films, are subtle enough to blend into the background of the films yet stand out alone as perfection of watercolour techniques and command of lighting.

Just considering there are scenes where the camera pans across his works for several long moments reflects the sublime quality of his work. And that he was able to develop enough artworks to supply several films with stunning backdrops is nothing short of breathtaking.

That’s a good word for it, “breathtaking”.

citriccomics:

Happy Halloween!

I also have two other halloween-ish comics here and here