redheadvagabond:

|  Kusadasi, Turkey

sosusie:

Doodlebug - by Susie So

As I ranted last time, I have a new site! 

It’s clean, it’s new, and it’s so much more fluid than the last. The layout, especially for the design page, is so much better. I know just a couple days ago I was so excited about the fact that I had finally edited my design page on Wix, but I can definitely say that this is ten times better. And so much more exciting :) 

And, I’ve put up a new blog on my site. Eeep. This one will still be here for posting my own work, but THIS one, yes THIS one, will be more encompassing. Meaning there’ll be featured artists, inspiration, etc. 

Gah. So excited guys. 

3lmcity:

From the outside, the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran, seems like a fairly traditional house of worship — but it’s hiding a gorgeously colorful secret.

The multitude of stained glass windows turn the inside of the mosque into a riotous wonderland of color that is absolutely breathtaking.

You can only see the light through the stained glass in the early morning. It was built to catch the morning sun, so that if you visit at noon it will be too late to catch the light. The sight of the morning sunlight shining through the colorful stained glass, then falling over the tightly woven Persion carpet, is so bewitching that it seems to be from another world.Even if you are the worlds least religious person, you might feel your hands coming together in prayer naturally when you see the brilliance of this light. Perhaps the builders of this mosque wanted to show their faith through the morning light shining through this stained glass.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/15/nasir-al-mulk-pink-mosque_n_4959362.html

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rollership:

surface tension is a physical invisible object.

NO STOP OW

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130186:

Aristocrazy Fall 2014

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jordoncheung:

My first animation. I’ve got a long way to go.

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Post-impressionisms :

Ich liebe Kunst  - Nr. 8

Eugene Delacroix, Französisch, (1798-1863).

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