kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!
kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globeMore awesomeness here!!!

kay-reader:

A collection of amazing street art from around the globe

More awesomeness here!!!

(Source: kay-explores)

maifrem:

Anne Sudworth

thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How
thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How

thegirlwiththebread0797:

goldenghouls:

luna-rain:

seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

This man has a real talent.

wow

How

tumblropenarts:

Arbre de vie

WIP in french : http://www.helenem.fr/l-arbre-de-vie-wip

http://www.helenem.fr

http://helenemfr.tumblr.com

http://society6.com/HeleneM

Illustration - PS CS6 & Intuos 5L HélèneM ©2013 - All rights reserved - Tous droits réservés

Cette illustration est une oeuvre originale et aucun droit de diffusion, copie, modification, impression n’est cédé

This illustration is an original work, do not use, redistribute, modify, clip, tube or copy

thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:
Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)
thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:
Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)
thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:
Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)
thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:
Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)
thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:
Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)
thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:
Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)

thats-not-victorian:

lilith-et-adalia:

Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!

And just for a little added context:

  • Elizabethan:  refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
  • Baroque:  an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.  
  • Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
  • Georgian:  refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).  
  • Regency:  the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness.  It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.  
  • Victorian:  Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)

(Source: Lilith-et-Adalia)

misskaciemarie:

Illustration by Coles Phillips, 1927

(Source: vintage-spirit.blogspot.com)

designcloud:

Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday. 
designcloud:

Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday. 
designcloud:

Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday. 
designcloud:

Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday. 
designcloud:

Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday. 
designcloud:

Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday. 

designcloud:

Canvas by YOY

Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday.