micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Let us not forget their voices

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.

Let us not forget their voices

visualizingmath:

geometrymatters:

Geometry Matters:

Various nature elements that abide by geometric laws and construction patterns.

© Geometrymatters,2014

Reblogged for the Visualizing Math followers that are fans of Sacred Geometry.

cracked:

At least LA’s lawns stayed green for no reason.

17 Insane Transformations You Have to See to Believe

asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)
asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times 
If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.
Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives 
An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
Zebrafish embryo
A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
Developing Zebrafish Fin
Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)

asylum-art:

Stunning Images Show Life: Magnified exhibition by as Much as 50,000 Times

If you find yourself in Virginia’s Dulles International Airport through November of this year, you might see the exhibition Life: Magnified on the walls. It features scientific images showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times.

  1. Anglerfish Ovary Cross-Section
  2. Relapsing Fever Bacterium (Gray) on Red Blood Cells
  3. Mouth Parts of a Lone Star Tick
  4. Gecko lizard toe hairs inspired the design of medical adhesives
  5. An insect tracheal cell (green) delivers air to muscles (red)
  6. Zebrafish embryo
  7. A Mammalian Eye Has Approximately 70 Different Cell Types
  8. Human Liver Cell (Hepatocyte)
  9. Developing Zebrafish Fin
  10. Human blood with red blood cells, T cells (orange) and platelets (green)

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Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”. Escape
von Danila Tkachenko
“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky
Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.
No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.
With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”.

Escape

von Danila Tkachenko

“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals, plants and in contact with them.” - Andrey Tarkovsky

Strong words that the young Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko uses to start his book “Escape”. As indeed most people all over the world live in community with others and arrange themselves in work and family life with the demands of society. But it is no secret, that many suffer under the constraints, break or drop out.

No matter how overused the term of the dropout is, Danila Tkachenko in this series portrayed the most radical of their kind and calls them “Escapers”. Men who have turned their backs on society to live alone as hermits in the wilderness of Russian and Ukrainian forests. Confronted with this disturbing work the questions regarding our own personal freedom and the consequences arise anew.

With good reason “Escape” won a first prize at the “World Press Photo Contest 2014”.

(Source: peperoni-books.de)

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 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

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Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
asylum-art:


 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
asylum-art:


 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
asylum-art:


 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
asylum-art:


 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
asylum-art:


 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
asylum-art:


 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme Kramer “We See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!
Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!

asylum-art:

 Doodles Hundreds of Faces He Sees in Crowd by Guilherme KramerWe See People In the Crowd”

Facebook, Flickr

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!

Brazilian artist Guilherme Kramer has spent a year hand-painting faces onto office walls. It obviously took him a lot of time and dedication to finalize the piece, but the end result is really good!

alluringdisaster:

historylyfe:

universalequalityisinevitable:

David Suzuki in this interview about facing the reality of climate change and other environmental issues from Moyers & Company.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Let’s go over that one more time !!!!!

Killer Mike - “Reagan”

(Source: youtube.com)