(via Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Wren Britton and PUREVILE Are Coming to San Francisco!)
Mon, 28th May — 19 notes
Designer Wren Britton revels in creating one-of-a-kind “Post Apocalyptic Victorian accessories” and “clothing for Time-Traveling Dandies and Femme Fatales of all ages {and genders!!!} and all those in-between.” Both the gentleman and his wares exude a winsome air of elegance, playfulness, and feral sensuality. Ooo la la! (via Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Wren Britton and PUREVILE Are Coming to San Francisco!)
Mon, 28th May — 31 notes
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Thu, 17th May — 5 notes
(via Andrew Hem - BOOOOOOOM! - CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS)
Mon, 14th May — 16 notes
A stunning painting of a possible future (or present depending on how you look at it)… walled cities of techno-utopia surrounded by the rest of the world living in the middle ages. (via » Dystopian Utopia - Long Views: The Long Now Blog)
Thu, 26th Apr — 15 notes
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Matt Rota, The Belly’s Ocean, 12” x 14” watercolor, ink, acrylic on Rives BFK illustration paper, CoproGallery
Wed, 21st Dec — 252 notes
Teun Hocks » Design You Trust
Tue, 14th Jun — 26 notes
Implying a complete personal engagement and a real experience of the land, SOPHIE RISTELHUEBER’s work borrows from journalism its tools (photography) and one of its major themes (war), but bends them to the processes of art: her oeuvre is not built around a documentary project to represent, but, starting from an aesthetic project, to interrogate the notion of trace/scars, on the body and on the place. SOPHIE RISTELHUEBER’s picture of a bomb crater, one of a series representing the scars inflicted by conflict, is a reconstruction involving several images – a technique that has earned (via We Find Wildness)
Sat, 14th May — 3 notes
Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea
Mon, 18th Apr — 1 note
Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea
Mon, 18th Apr — 8 notes
Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea
Mon, 18th Apr — 2 notes
Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea
Mon, 18th Apr — 4 notes
Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea
Mon, 18th Apr — 7 notes
These images are from the stunning book “Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea” by artists Kahn & Selesnick. A description from the artists: On an altered yet recognizable version of our neighbouring planet, we find a world populated solely with two women. We do not learn their names nor how and when they came to Mars, but we observe their wanderings in a desolate landscape which they attempt make navigable and habitable with an amalgam of high-tech components retrofitted to found artifacts and monuments that appear to be the remnants of a long-gone civilization. The remains of massive stone listening devices are littered about the landscape, leading us to wonder: is this a colony that has collapsed and lost touch with earth? How did its occupants become stranded? Or are these the nocturnal imaginings of two post-apocalyptic survivors? 
(via Coilhouse » Blog Archive » Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea)
Mon, 18th Apr — 20 notes
Imagine Gallery: Falling Nuns
Thu, 14th Apr — 4 notes