December, 2012
iconoclassic:

Saul Steinberg, 1949 (via Animalarium: Under the Tree)

iconoclassic:

Saul Steinberg, 1949 (via Animalarium: Under the Tree)

(via illustratedgents)

December, 2012
http://www.flickr.com/photos/helenaperezgarcia/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/helenaperezgarcia/

August, 2012
illustratedladies:

bookpatrol:

Tamara Lempicka: The Polish Girl, 1933

illustratedladies:

bookpatrol:

Tamara Lempicka: The Polish Girl, 1933

August, 2012
illustratedladies:

illustratedladies:

(Source: beatpie)

August, 2012
"Clarisse"
Helena Perez Garcia. 2012.

"Clarisse"

Helena Perez Garcia. 2012.

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July, 2012
Helena Perez Garcia_Design & Illustration

Helena Perez Garcia_Design & Illustration

(via illustratedladies)

June, 2012
illustratedladies:

Philip Kirkland (via MewDeep)

illustratedladies:

Philip Kirkland (via MewDeep)

June, 2012
hoveringcat:

Eric Barclay takes recycling to a new level by turning old packaging into works of art (this is acrylic paint an old Coca Cola bottle).
You can see more of his recycled objects here.

hoveringcat:

Eric Barclay takes recycling to a new level by turning old packaging into works of art (this is acrylic paint an old Coca Cola bottle).

You can see more of his recycled objects here.

June, 2012
helloitslibby:

Coming to Terms With Your Happiness
via the hairpin, obviously.

helloitslibby:

Coming to Terms With Your Happiness

via the hairpin, obviously.

(Source: howdyhihello)

June, 2012

fractureartblog:

Fracture: Dead Paper

Collage art and poetry seamlessly mix in the works of this artist duo known as Dead Paper. I stumbled across their Tumblr ages ago and I am in love with the concept. The juxtaposition of words and images compliment each other entirely; the vintage photo sources for the collage works giving the words a timeless feel. 

I especially enjoy the whimsical element of the works that appropriate images from old astronomy issues of National Geographic. As the universe is slowly becoming charted by new NASA discoveries, these works seem to re-illustrate the sense of wonder we once felt when looking into space. Nostalgia for a time when the universe was still relatively unknown. 

Here is a sample of a poem by Dead Paper, juxtaposed with the first image in the above image set:

“stars are delicate,

we both know that,

like hearts

or glass jars

filled to the brim

with dreams

and wishes

and lost prayers,

caught

but still alive,

still breathing,

each a story,

a secret,

and if we listen,

if we stand here quietly

and don’t breathe,

we might hear them

whispering.”

Check out Dead Paper’s Tumblr blog:
wearedeadpaper.tumblr.com 

Photos are © Dead Paper and were retrieved from their blog. 

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