vjeranski:

Bird Screen II, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Tibetan Paper/Archival Ink/Encaustic/Thread/Bamboo

vjeranski:

Bird Screen II, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Tibetan Paper/Archival Ink/Encaustic/Thread/Bamboo

bizarrelosangeles:

"Here, it is boring, incredibly boring, so boring I can’t believe it’s true." — Greta Garbo describing her life in Hollywood in 1926.

bizarrelosangeles:

"Here, it is boring, incredibly boring, so boring I can’t believe it’s true."Greta Garbo describing her life in Hollywood in 1926.

2headedsnake:

Pat Shewchuk And Marek Colek (Tin Can Forest)

2headedsnake:

Pat Shewchuk And Marek Colek (Tin Can Forest)

I’m sure there’s a perfectly good reason why I’m running around with four spare sets of armor… and five pairs of boots…. eight rings…

I’m sure there’s a perfectly good reason why I’m running around with four spare sets of armor… and five pairs of boots…. eight rings…

In the fatigue-laced haze of my morning commute, as I drove over the bridge, I glanced out over the water, at the fog curling away and the dagger-slice emergence of a golden sunrise. The water’s surface was particularly still and even - “glass-like” was the descriptor that came to mind, as it provided a perfect reflection of the clouds and the distant ships. A world caught in parallel - mirror images meeting along the edge.

And then I thought of Lake Calenhad, and its uncanny resemblance to one of the large shapes in the Fade. And how the Lake’s history was fraught with legends and lore, and whispers of magic.

And I wondered - what if, in its most placid mornings, when the entirety of Thedas is still and on bated breath, the lake’s surface becomes a mirror - one great and mystical Eluvian, that no one yet has crossed through - dove deep into the watery portal.

Or maybe someone has, but their tale has yet to be told.

humanoidhistory:

Toshirō Mifune as Kikuchiyo in Seven Samurai, aka 七人の侍 (1954)

humanoidhistory:

Toshirō Mifune as Kikuchiyo in Seven Samurai, aka 七人の侍 (1954)

virtual-artifacts:

A series of 11th-century crystal chess pieces from the Museo da Catedral in Ourense, Spain, which have never before left the cathedral;

virtual-artifacts:

A series of 11th-century crystal chess pieces from the Museo da Catedral in Ourense, Spain, which have never before left the cathedral;

maudelynn:

Early 1930s Kodak Camera ~ 

via http://caveviews.blogs.com

septagonstudios:

Josh Courlas

septagonstudios:

Josh Courlas

nickiluzada:

A little while ago, I designed a commercial for Ritz Carlton with Charlex. Here is some of the production work. It follows a woman through as she adventures to beautiful locales. A bit more on the polished side!

You can view the animation here!