An Artist Replicates Space Odyssey Featuring Little Astronaut

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 FREEYORK

This little astronaut — introduced and photographed by visual poet, Mauco Sosa — crosses familiar things. Where does he go?

Bringing Fruits to Life – Watercolour Paintings by Marija Tiurina

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Beautiful Life

Marija Tiurina is a London-based illustrator & concept artist, she takes fresh fruits and vegetables and turns them into unique watercolor characters, we must say, they look absolutely magnificent! She states what inspired her the most was the mind-blowing selection of fruits and vegetables in a greengrocer in London:

flower photography tips

8 spring flower photography tips for budding photographers (digital-trends )

It's the time of year when bright green buds are popping out of the mud, but spring flowers offer a great opportunity for equally new and bright photographers. Flowers, with their bright colours, intricate details, and penchants for standing still for long periods of time,

The Golden Ratio - the maths of beauty

Golden Ratio – guide rather than law

Since the Renaissance, many artists, and architects have proportioned their creations to approximate the golden ratio. The ratio itself has been known by many names, including the Phi Ratio, the Fibonacci Ratio, the Divine Ratio, the Golden Mean, and the Golden Section.

Water droplets hanging from plant. Heidi Westum ©

Droplets: Liquid Photography by Heidi Westum

Jaw-dropping captures of water and oil droplets by Norwegian photographer Heidi Westum. You can buy her art prints here. More photography inspiration Visit her website

Explore the Golden Thórsmörk, Iceland with Marina Weishaupt

Explore the Golden Thórsmörk, Iceland with Marina Weishaupt

Explore the Golden Thórsmörk, Iceland with Marina Weishaupt AoiroStudio Mar 02, 2018 We are exploring the Southern part of Iceland today with photographer Marina Weishaupt. She is from Germany and truly a passionate about nature, animals, and environment.

Nature Blues

Nature Blues – (Design Seeds)

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(Reblog) How To Photograph Seascapes

Photographing the sea and the waves can be both challenging and fun. People often ask me what "the right settings" are to shoot moving water so I decided to write a little guide on it. There are many options depending on what look you're going for.

How to Draw a Tiger (reblog) & my version

Big cats are my favourite subject to draw. They're elegant and powerful, and their body has a simple, yet beautiful rhythm. Today, I'd like to show you how to draw a tiger-from the "skeleton" and muscles to the fur, details, and stripes

The boathouse – colour palette

William Glackens debt to the Impressionists can be seen in the intense colours, the energetic brushwork and textured surface.   I call this the boathouse.

Benchmark of beauty symmetry

The beauty of symmetry

Design, fashion art, architecture all make use of symmetry. If a design or a structure is symmetrical, then it has balance and harmony, which people say makes it pleasant to look at. Symmetry speaks of deep connections that lie underneath superficial differences. When symmetry appears even subtly, it causes an intuitive excitement. Symmetry is often referred … Continue reading The beauty of symmetry

Northern Lights – colour palette

Northern lights are a result of the collision of gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere.  This palette I created from the deep and cosmic colours of a photo taken in Estonia. I have called it Aurora.

Monet the magpie – colour palette

The Magpie was one of Monet's early attempts at capturing the effects of snow on the landscape.  This palette is called the Magpie.

16 travel illustrations from the 1960’s

I created these illustrations from a number of old newspapers from the 1960's.  The images have been isolated from travel sections of newspapers.  They are lovely and clean when viewed on their own.

Vision Quest – It’s what HAPPENS in those 6 minutes

I remember watching "Vision Quest" at the George Street, Cinemas during a stopover in Sydney travelling home to Canberra from boarding school in Brisbane.  It was released in Australia under the title "Crazy for You".  It did not rival the box office success of the "Karate Kid" at the time however it was a more accurate picture of teen life.  I remember wanting to see it as I heard that Madonna had a brief appearance singing, "Crazy for You."

Colour Palette- Morning at the beach

This colour palette was created with adobe colour it is called 'Summer Morning.' Simon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for … Continue reading Colour Palette- Morning at the beach

Beautiful hand drawn birds from the nineteenth century

These beautiful hand-drawn birds were taken from two books by Mary and Elizabeth Kirby; Beautiful Birds in Far-off Lands and Birds of Gay Plumage. 

Husky in UK Traveller Lonely Planet Magazine

Husky Hero Image

I found this delightful picture in the most recent edition of the UK Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine.   This Husky has different coloured eyes caused by a condition called Heterochromia.  Heterochromia results due to uneven melanin distribution and inbreeding.  Melanin is what gives colours to the irises.  It so happens that many puppies have the almond-shaped pale … Continue reading Husky Hero Image

Ansel Adams – attention to detail is everything

Ansel Adams Born February 20, 1902 Known for Photography Ansel Adams was one of the great photographers of the 20th century. Ansel Adams was born in San Francisco, and he began to take photographs in the High Sierra and Yosemite National Park, with which much of his name is permanently associated, he became a professional … Continue reading Ansel Adams – attention to detail is everything