Swiss photographer Martin Zurmühle does a great job placing nudes in stunning natural backgrounds, in such a way that both complement each other. — V
this was produced for Nautilus magazine whose newest issue can be found in shops and online now.
This piece was to accompany a short story (which you can, and should, read here) about building a new world.
Matt Taylor’s known for his clean, bright-coloured style, which really catches your eye, but that doesn’t mean that more subtle compositions of his, like this, shouldn’t be paid attention to. — V
These are the retro stylings of a surviving example of the Arkay (later Comspace) CT-650 computer trainer, a historic computing device designed mostly as an educational tool and build almost entirely based on the plans in a book titled How to Build a Working Digital Computer.
How To Build a Working Digital Computer, published in 1968, provided instructions and plans for constructing a working digital computer out of household parts including paper clips for switches. The book can still be accessed in digital form at Archive.org here:
GraphicDream (IZUMI)is a digital artist in Tokyo. Working largely in vector using Adobe Illustrator CS, his work is inspired by the work of Hajime Sorayama.
‘Have a bathe’ was created in Adobe Illustrator CS2 using 2 reference photos
Shore Vista Boat Dock
Located on a bend in Lake Austin across from Canyonland Nature Preserve, the site is suggestive of the elliptical form that maximizes the beautiful views of the undulating hills beyond. The rounded edges of the dock peel away, allowing more of the landscape to be captured into the visual frame.
The setting, the simple forms, and the flair of the water feature make this quite the striking structure.
Persephone – SOLD
mixed media on Fabriano paper,
9 x 15 in.
© Jel Ena 2012
prismacolor pencils on Bristol paper
11 x 14 in.
© Jel Ena 2011
Jel Ena is a Serbian born multi-media artist living in her adopted home of Los Angeles.
via Persephone – Jel Ena.