The clouds are // following each other // Into Eternity
Reblogged from hifructosemag
English artist Chris Wood creates glass wall-panels that showcase maze-like structures that give the illusion of depth and brilliance through the glass’ interaction with natural and artificial light sources. The artist’s usage of small, reflective, dichroic (meaning “two color”) pieces of glass lets her easily create complex patterns of light and shade; the colors and textures that derive from these structures change in accordance to the position of the viewer and the angle of the light source, making her work an ever-changing, almost magical and intriguing phenomenon. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
Reblogged from ashmackenzie
Here’s my piece for the Fifth Element fan book! If you’d like to buy a physical copy of the book you can do so HERE or you can get a digital copy HERE. There’s a ton of great artists involved so definitely check it out!
oh my.. this book looks amazing.
Reblogged from asylum-art
Kei Meguro is a Japanese graphic designer and illustrator who specialization in typography, packaging design and illustration. She starts off her illustrations with a rough sketch and then adds detail using graphite and black/white pencils, some of her portraits are also created in programmes such as photoshop. Kei’s sketches take from 3-10 hours to complete, and she sells some of her work on Society6.
"For my ink drawings I use Sakura Micron pens, all different thicknesses- from 005 to 08. Other than that, I stick to graphite + black/white pencils and also drawing digitally on photoshop… First I sketch and get the basic details with pencil- i also build a base with graphite (mostly just shadows). Then I scan my work in and edit digitally:) I’m Japanese but live in New York right now."