ed: The torn edges are a little bit messy, but I’m really into this.
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Things come apart
Toronto-based photographer todd mclellan, explores retro to modern daily items that have, are, or will be in our everyday lives. displayed within the exhibition, every piece of various household items - a phone, lawnmower and typewriter - are meticulously taken apart, and arranged in an organized composition. in another take on a childhood fantasy, mclellan photographs the disassembled pieces as he ejects them into mid-air, allowing pieces to rain down in an explosion-like fashion - offering a commentary on obsolete technologies from the past.
guaranteed to make your friends shit themselves
Stunning Pixel Art
Created by Waneella
Grand Prismatic Spring
Located in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, the Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest natural hot spring found in the US. The spring has a scalding temperature of 160 °F (70 °C), a total depth of 160 feet and a diameter of 300 feet. The vivid, rainbow colors in the spring are the result of pigmented bacteria in the microbial mats that grow around the edges of the mineral-rich water.
don’t delete artist comments, artist credits, blog sources, or save and repost images to your own blog, etc etc etc. just don’t, man.
I’m really tired of seeing my own work and ESPECIALLY the work of my friends stripped of credit. people are posting free content online for you to look at and enjoy, and if the thing they had to say about it or a link to them is too ugly for your dumb blog, don’t reblog it. I know this is the wild wild west of the internet, but try to respect creators.
I 100% endorse this message. I have to ask though, it is sometime OK to delete artist’s comments if you make sure to preserve the source? Like, maybe you run a blog that is primarily text free, or maybe the artist’s comment is something along the likes of “I made a thing” or “Everyone loves cat smell” and you don’t really feel the need to spread that message. Thoughts? Angry tirades about my question? Flaming weasels aimed directly at my face? Bring it.
Textmode demoscene winner of TDMC 2012 put together by Trauma - very impressive stylistically rendering 3D objects in ASCII.
Download it at Pouet