Frame from the movie “Lost in Translation” (2003), with Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. Made with colored pencils.
Natasha Khan, better known as Bat for Lashes, made with watercolors.
Photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher captures tears of grief, joy, laughter and irritation in extreme detail. Above:Tears of timeless reunion, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (via The Microscopic Structures of Dried Human Tears | Collage of Arts and Sciences)
Omohara: “Omohara” is not only a geographical crossing of Omotesando and Harajuku,but also variety of styles and culture are come and go. Omotesando is town of adult where high brand’s buildings put together the eaves. On the other hand, Harajuku is town of young where born the new culture. Omohara is a place that new culture and old culture are fusion. And leading the art and culture of Japan always. (© Teruo Araya/National Geographic Photo Contest)
A circle of dots, but every dot alone is just moving in a straight line.
Nationalist youth set fire to the rainbow sculpture in the Savior Square, Warsaw during a Polish Independence Day march on November 11th. This is the sixth time the sculpture’s been set on fire since it was build on June of 2012.
What was intended as a work of public art without an overt political message beyond the need for inclusiveness, according to the artist behind it, has instead become part of a culture war over homosexuality that has been brewing in one of Europe’s most Catholic countries.
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Literally been waiting for this gif set