Inspiring archive for 2015-07-20

Artist Spotlight: Antoine Maillard

(4 years ago)
Love these animation loops by illustrator Antoine Maillard from his animated comics project. More images below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Antoine Maillard over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Photographer Carolyn Drake

(4 years ago)
A selection of photos from “Two Rivers” by photographer Carolyn Drake. The series follows the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers from their ends points to the source. The distance spans the western edge of China across Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, … Continue reading →View the whole post: Photographer Carolyn Drake over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Calvin Seibert’s Elaborate Sand Castles

(4 years ago)
These insanely precise sand castles are bound to inspire (or utterly discourage) the efforts of casual beach-dwellers everywhere. See more images of professional sculptor and artist Calvin Seibert’s masterpieces below!View the whole post: Calvin Seibert’s Elaborate Sand Castles over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Twitter Bot Generates Imaginary Moths

(4 years ago)
Lovely project by artists Loren Schmidt and Katie Rose Pipkin! Moth Generator (@mothgenerator) is a Twitter account that creates fantastical moths by combining randomly selected segments and colours of insect bodies. They even come complete with whimsical, faux nomenclatures like The … Continue reading →View the whole post: Twitter Bot Generates Imaginary Moths over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Video of the Day: Chuck Jones – The Evolution of an Artist

(4 years ago)
Check out the latest video essay from filmmaker Tony Zhou’s on-going series “Every Frame A Painting.” This time around Zhou focuses on visual comedy master, Chuck Jones, best known for his work on the Looney Tunes cartoons so many of … Continue reading →View the whole post: Video of the Day: Chuck Jones – The Evolution of an Artist over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Vacations

(4 years ago)
Begona Miguel of the Huelgas Monastery says: “San Juan de La Cruz teaches us that silence has its own music; it is silence that enables us to see ourselves and the things around us. “I would like to add that there are words that can only be said in silence, odd as that may seem. […]


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