Flickr user Science has mastered the slow shutter night shot. See more here and here.
Really enjoying the icon illustrations by Dribbble user KonstantinDatz. See more of his work here.
The tattoo on the right was done with distilled ink (called a “bloodline”) and will fade over time as the body heals.
The tattoo on the left is worthy of note because it is totally awesome.
The abstracts are incredible. This one may very well be the coolest tattoo I’ve ever seen:
Apple iCloud icon golden ratio
/via Yewknee /via Revgoomba
Among new work at Matt Lehman Studio, this logo for the March 2011 edition of Esquire’s “Eat Like A Man” section.
So nice to see Matt Lehman getting love from Matthew Buchanan showing up in my Tumblr feed. #2awesomematts
I recently did a google search to see if anyone had “converted” instagram filters to photoshop actions. After not finding any results, I decided to see if I could do it myself. I didn’t get a 100% exact match, but it’s pretty close.
Im starting with “Nashville” then will add more soon. Let me know any feedback. I’ll update this post when I add more.
Update #1: “Earlybird” filter, auto-cropping tools added.
Update #2: “Brannan”, “X Pro II” added
Update #3: Sutro, Lomo-fi, Inkwell, Lord Kelvin, Walden added. Also added 5 borders that can be applied with one-click.
Update #4: “Gotham”, “Hefe”, “Toaster” added
*need some tweaks
Need help installing? Youtube user ImzTech has made a handy help video.
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↓ Download the photoshop action file
Last updated Aug 1st 2011
Want to go to there.
Photo by Henri_Cartier-Bresson
Wow, this is a clever use of lighting and shadows.
Photographs of tube televisions the moment they are switched off.
/via Swiss Miss (as always)
Mark Wagner makes incredible collages from dollar bills.
The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock, covered in decorative filigree, and steeped in symbolism and concept. Blade and glue transform it-reproducing the effects of tapestries, paints, engravings, mosaics, and computers-striving for something bizarre, beautiful, or unbelievable… the foreign in the familiar.
New show up just in time for the Village Art Walk Thursday: Adrienne Miller’s “We Have Been Here Before”