Vitamin "I"

asylum-art:

Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted by James McNabb

Like other miniature cityscapes we’ve featured in the past, The City Series depicts tiny skyscrapers made out of unusual materials. But that’s where the likeness to other exhibits ends. McNabb describes his artistic process as “sketching with a band saw.” Each element of the exhibit displays intricate building-like forms shaped from woods of different light and dark tones. McNabb says his initial intent was not to build skylines, but individual wooden pieces which resembled tools or other strangely familiar objects. After he built nearly 250 of them in a day he noticed that they began to resemble a miniature city, and from there The City Series was born.

maddieonthings:

Book idea: a dog named Maddie who stands on things?

maddieonthings:

Book idea: a dog named Maddie who stands on things?

madamjellyfish666:

pleatedjeans:

Seal with a data-logger on it’s head. [x]
"LOOK! LOOK! I’M A NARWAL!"

I’ve been laughing for about 20 minutes now

madamjellyfish666:

pleatedjeans:

Seal with a data-logger on it’s head. [x]

"LOOK! LOOK! I’M A NARWAL!"

I’ve been laughing for about 20 minutes now

jedavu:

Amazing designs from Romain Trystram



do you have any idea what time it is young lady

do you have any idea what time it is young lady

tragedyseries:

A book of the entire collected series is now available for preorder!
ancientart:

A skull in polychrome ceramic ware of the Mixtec culture.
Courtesy of the National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Photo by Erasmo Perez.

ancientart:

A skull in polychrome ceramic ware of the Mixtec culture.

Courtesy of the National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Photo by Erasmo Perez.