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APOLMARC



Hoy apadriné a un niño :)

Felicidades si fuiste a la escuela y jugaste con otros niños, si sabes de la Mona Lisa, si comiste algo ahorita o al rato, si sabes y puedes atar los cordones de tus zapatos… Felicidades si viviste la experiencia completa de tener un libro o un juguete, si dormiste bajo un techo, si te bañaste hoy (o lo harás mañana)…. Felicidades. Suertudote.

—Hay un friego de niños que no tendrán la misma suerte.

♥

Buenos días tengan todos ustedes :BAquí divirtiéndome en la oficina :D jejé

Buenos días tengan todos ustedes :B
Aquí divirtiéndome en la oficina :D jejé

Que no se me olvide q tengo tarea de thomz & larqui.

Que no se me olvide q tengo tarea de thomz & larqui.


Intersections - Anila Quayyun Aga

Intersections - Anila Quayyun Aga

(Source: shupface, via tr3zz)

davidsaracino:

My entry for the 57th Annual Allentown Art Festival in Buffalo, NY poster contest

davidsaracino:

My entry for the 57th Annual Allentown Art Festival in Buffalo, NY poster contest

brittanydaviesillustration:

These are some photographs of my drawing as it started taking shape. As you can see things have been added and become more detailed since my initial design drawing: such as little signs and a cubby-hole in the tree trunk. Also there are more details in the objects, and I have added architecturally accurate (with a bit of Illustrative license!) details such as layers in the floor and roof.

archiemcphee:

Joyce Lin is a student at the Rhode Island School of Design and in her spare time she creates awesome interactive kinetic sculptures like the beautiful flying fish and bird study pieces pictured here. Although the design and construction process must’ve been painstaking, they were made using simple materials such as popsicle sticks, mylar and tracing vellum.

Speaking about her work she says, “When people view and activate my sculptures, I would like them to feel a kind of childlike awe and wonderment while being reminded that we are part of an infinite chain of systems within systems.”

Visit Joyce Lin’s Behance page to check out more of her creations.

[via Junkculture]