The imaginary library
No, you are not looking at real books. As astonishing as this may seem, these are aquarelle paintings, done by the German artist Hannes Möller. His “Imaginary Libraries” project features dozens of these nearly-real-looking bookshelves and bookbindings. The top image is so real - with its repaired cut, from which the thread was removed - that it fooled me when I came across it. Check out some on this website and read more about him in this news item (both in German).
this is something small I made in my uni’s typography workshop!
we put some words together with lead letters and printed them on old german books!
(this is our fundies group blog btw!)
Photos taken on the days Matt Smith chose his 11th Doctor costume. Some pretty cool variations before finally deciding “bow-ties are cool”.
"God’s place is all around us, it is in everything and in anything we can experience. People just need to change the way they look at things."
Taco Bell gets deep
Whoever runs their social networking sites is a marketing genius.
doES ANYONE ELSE MAKE THE EXPRESSION OF THEIR CHARACTER WHEN THEY’RE DRAWING OR WRITING OR WHISPER THEIR DIALOGUE TO YOURSELF TO FIGURE OUT WHAT WORD TO USE TO DESCRIBE HOW THEY SAID IT BC I SURE DO
Inspired by a Tretchikoff painting, these portraits are done by Cape Town photographer Paul Cocks styled by Kate Desmarais who fashioned head-wraps out of clothing.
Model: Nargis Musawwir from Base
Hair & Makeup: Marieke Sixx
Studio and lighting: Pro Rental Cape Town
THIS IS THE BEST JOKE THAT HAS EVER BEEN MADE ON DOCTOR WHO AND IF THEY NEVER MAKE IT AGAIN I WILL CRY I SWEAR
I wish spongebob would leave me alone so I could play my clarinet in peace
WHAT IS THAT
whaaaaat is that
THAT’S HOW THEY MAKE CAMO???????
hydrographics/water transfer printing!! They take a design and float it on top of water, so they can dip 3D objects so they get the graphic on all edges.