africaandco:

AFRICA IS NOW!

africaandco:

AFRICA IS NOW!

hackmatack:

The incredible work of Reuben Briggs.

http://www.reubenbriggs.com

aestheticgoddess:

Jen Stark

aestheticgoddess:

Jen Stark

martinekenblog:

The art of Aakash Nihalani was brought to my attention earlier this year and I’ve been hooked on his work ever since. The New York-born, Jersey-raised, Brooklyn-based artist initially went to school for political science but ended up finding his calling early, finishing with a BFA. “I had creative inclinations as a kid but art as a career wasn’t an option the way I was brought up. Instead I was steered towards professions like law or medicine. When I did switch to art, I think being an outsider gave me a fresh perspective on what art was, or could be, which allowed me to experiment freely,” he explains. (via Design Milk)

Aakash Nihalani on Tumblr

staceythinx:

Kinetic sculptures by David C. Roy 

Roy on his work:

Mechanics and motion have always fascinated me. During college I studied physics, engineering and chemistry to further my understanding of how things worked. I graduated with a degree in physics from Boston University in 1974. This intuitive understanding of motion and mechanics combined with the artistic influences of my wife, Marji, led me to the creation of kinetic sculptures.

His work really needs to be seen in motion to be appreciated:

grantofalltrades:


by Robert Howsare

I imagine this is a pretty accurate visual representation of any Philip Glass song

grantofalltrades:

by Robert Howsare

I imagine this is a pretty accurate visual representation of any Philip Glass song