wetheurban:

PHOTOGRAPHY: Wet Cities by Christophe Jacrot

French photographer Christophe Jacrot takes us out on the streets when most of us prefer staying sheltered. He captures the raw, stunning souls of Paris, New York and other cities in a different way, with artistic purpose in magical yet in-climate weather conditions.  

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merrma:

The most beautiful toad in the world. <3

Now some colour. #process #closeup

Now some colour. #process #closeup

razlatif-art:

Ephemeral. Oil on Board 30x22

razlatif-art:

Ephemeral. Oil on Board 30x22

archiemcphee:

Artist Joe Mangrum travels to cities around the country laden with bags of vibrantly coloured sand which he carefully sprinkles on the ground, one handful at a time, to create awesome ephemeral sand paintings.

"Each work is spontaneous in its design and evolves as Mangrum works, spending upwards of 6-8 hours hunched over the ground to complete each piece. The artist estimates he’s completed nearly 550 paintings over the last few years."

Click here to watch an entrancing time-lapse video in which Mangrum creates the sand painting pictured at the top of this post.

Visit Joe Mangrum’s website to view more of his artwork. You can also check out some works in progress via his Facebook page. Limited edition prints are available here.

[via Colossal]

razlatif-art:

Vashtie KolaGraphite, Ink, Soft Body Acrylic, Watercolour, Coloured Pencils on Cold Pressed Board 35mm x 46mm

razlatif-art:

Vashtie Kola
Graphite, Ink, Soft Body Acrylic, Watercolour, Coloured Pencils on Cold Pressed Board
35mm x 46mm