MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand
When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand
When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand

When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann

This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram | [via: Twisted Sifter]

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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis

Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste

Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]

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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig

In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.

The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website[via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]

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Stone Stacking Sculptures by Michael Grab
These incredible stone sculptures are held together by nothing more than gravity. Each stone is precisely positioned to counterbalance the other rocks in the stack. I have no idea how much time is taken on each sculpture but the level of patience needed to continuously alter the stones position by tiny fractions is stagering. I give up so easily on intricate things and this is just astonishing to me. I’ve embedded a point of view video that shows the entire process of creating a relatively small stone structure to help put things into perspective.

Artists: | Website | YouTube | [via: Faith is Torment]

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Stone Stacking Sculptures by Michael Grab
These incredible stone sculptures are held together by nothing more than gravity. Each stone is precisely positioned to counterbalance the other rocks in the stack. I have no idea how much time is taken on each sculpture but the level of patience needed to continuously alter the stones position by tiny fractions is stagering. I give up so easily on intricate things and this is just astonishing to me. I’ve embedded a point of view video that shows the entire process of creating a relatively small stone structure to help put things into perspective.

Artists: | Website | YouTube | [via: Faith is Torment]

Watch:
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Stone Stacking Sculptures by Michael Grab
These incredible stone sculptures are held together by nothing more than gravity. Each stone is precisely positioned to counterbalance the other rocks in the stack. I have no idea how much time is taken on each sculpture but the level of patience needed to continuously alter the stones position by tiny fractions is stagering. I give up so easily on intricate things and this is just astonishing to me. I’ve embedded a point of view video that shows the entire process of creating a relatively small stone structure to help put things into perspective.

Artists: | Website | YouTube | [via: Faith is Torment]

Watch:
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Stone Stacking Sculptures by Michael Grab
These incredible stone sculptures are held together by nothing more than gravity. Each stone is precisely positioned to counterbalance the other rocks in the stack. I have no idea how much time is taken on each sculpture but the level of patience needed to continuously alter the stones position by tiny fractions is stagering. I give up so easily on intricate things and this is just astonishing to me. I’ve embedded a point of view video that shows the entire process of creating a relatively small stone structure to help put things into perspective.

Artists: | Website | YouTube | [via: Faith is Torment]

Watch:
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Stone Stacking Sculptures by Michael Grab

These incredible stone sculptures are held together by nothing more than gravity. Each stone is precisely positioned to counterbalance the other rocks in the stack. I have no idea how much time is taken on each sculpture but the level of patience needed to continuously alter the stones position by tiny fractions is stagering. I give up so easily on intricate things and this is just astonishing to me. I’ve embedded a point of view video that shows the entire process of creating a relatively small stone structure to help put things into perspective.

Artists: | Website | YouTube[via: Faith is Torment]

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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov

Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]

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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn

Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]

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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie

Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr | [via: Twisted Sifter]

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A Bird Ballet by Neels Castillon

Happy accidents always bring joy to our lives, none more so than in this beautiful video. While shooting for a commercial in Marseille, France Neels Castillon was suddenly swarmed by thousands upon thousands of birds. I’ve seen similar footage before of flocks of Starlings swirling through the sky like this and it always baffles me how they never collide, and move in such union.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | Tumblr |

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Sand Art by Tony Plant
These amazing beach drawings may only be seen for a short period of time before the tide carries them away but Tony Plant has continued to create these ephemeral works of art for over 20 years. I’ve embedded a wonderful video below which shows his work in more detail.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

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Sand Art by Tony Plant
These amazing beach drawings may only be seen for a short period of time before the tide carries them away but Tony Plant has continued to create these ephemeral works of art for over 20 years. I’ve embedded a wonderful video below which shows his work in more detail.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

Must Watch:
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Sand Art by Tony Plant
These amazing beach drawings may only be seen for a short period of time before the tide carries them away but Tony Plant has continued to create these ephemeral works of art for over 20 years. I’ve embedded a wonderful video below which shows his work in more detail.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

Must Watch:
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Sand Art by Tony Plant
These amazing beach drawings may only be seen for a short period of time before the tide carries them away but Tony Plant has continued to create these ephemeral works of art for over 20 years. I’ve embedded a wonderful video below which shows his work in more detail.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

Must Watch:
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Sand Art by Tony Plant
These amazing beach drawings may only be seen for a short period of time before the tide carries them away but Tony Plant has continued to create these ephemeral works of art for over 20 years. I’ve embedded a wonderful video below which shows his work in more detail.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

Must Watch:
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Sand Art by Tony Plant

These amazing beach drawings may only be seen for a short period of time before the tide carries them away but Tony Plant has continued to create these ephemeral works of art for over 20 years. I’ve embedded a wonderful video below which shows his work in more detail.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

Must Watch:

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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]
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Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen

Created by Parisian photographer Thierry Cohen this stunning photo series shows major cities from all around the world with no power. There’s no street lights illuminated, no cars, no homes lit up, not office blocks flooding the nights sky with light. With zero light pollution the starry skies above are able to shine bright and become visible.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123inspiration]

(Source: myedol.com)

Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov
This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries. 
"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 





Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]
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Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov
This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries. 
"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 





Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]
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Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov
This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries. 
"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 





Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]
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Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov
This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries. 
"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 





Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]
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Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov
This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries. 
"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 





Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]
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Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov
This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries. 
"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 





Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]
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Private Moon by Leonid Tishkov

This captivating mobile art installation and visual poem tells the tale of “a man who met the moon and stayed with her forever”. Russian artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled all over the world with the illuminated moon for ten years capturing unique moments in unexpected places in a wide variety of countries.

"The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures. And everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. It gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world.” 

Artists: | Website | [via: Plenty of Colour]

(Source: myedol.com)

The Soreq Cave by Jeff Nyveen
Accidentally discovered in May 1968 while quarrying with explosives, this 5,000 square meter dripstone cavern in Israel is over loaded with wonderful stalagmites and stalactites that are slowly formed over thousands of years. These amazing shots are taken from Jeff Nyveen’s flickr which is linked below.





Artists: | Website | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifted]
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The Soreq Cave by Jeff Nyveen
Accidentally discovered in May 1968 while quarrying with explosives, this 5,000 square meter dripstone cavern in Israel is over loaded with wonderful stalagmites and stalactites that are slowly formed over thousands of years. These amazing shots are taken from Jeff Nyveen’s flickr which is linked below.





Artists: | Website | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifted]
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The Soreq Cave by Jeff Nyveen
Accidentally discovered in May 1968 while quarrying with explosives, this 5,000 square meter dripstone cavern in Israel is over loaded with wonderful stalagmites and stalactites that are slowly formed over thousands of years. These amazing shots are taken from Jeff Nyveen’s flickr which is linked below.





Artists: | Website | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifted]
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The Soreq Cave by Jeff Nyveen
Accidentally discovered in May 1968 while quarrying with explosives, this 5,000 square meter dripstone cavern in Israel is over loaded with wonderful stalagmites and stalactites that are slowly formed over thousands of years. These amazing shots are taken from Jeff Nyveen’s flickr which is linked below.





Artists: | Website | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifted]
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The Soreq Cave by Jeff Nyveen

Accidentally discovered in May 1968 while quarrying with explosives, this 5,000 square meter dripstone cavern in Israel is over loaded with wonderful stalagmites and stalactites that are slowly formed over thousands of years. These amazing shots are taken from Jeff Nyveen’s flickr which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: Twisted Sifted]

(Source: myedol.com)

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