Heey! So I waited until i hit 1.1k to publish this, and since I hit that goal today, here it is! A masterpost with some nice stuff you might find useful. (If there’s anything else you would want me to include in this masterpost, please message me and I’ll do my best to find it) Enjoy! :]
GRAPHIC MAKING RESOURCES
multifandom (includes some halloween themed icons)
RANDOM COOL STUFF
cold? well, then here’s a fireplace
youtube channel with cool tunes (mostly remixes etc.)
some good horror movies:trick ‘r treat (download)drag me to hell (download)the haunting in connecticut 2 (download)sleepy hollow (download)the conjuring (download)
Dutch designers Marcia Nolte, Stijn van der Vleuten and Bob Waardenburg work together as We Make Carpets to create, well, carpets. However their carpets are awesomely unusual and definitely not made to be walked on.
The patterns they use are very traditional, but the materials are anything but. The trio uses everyday items such as cocktail umbrellas, bamboo skewers, disposable kitchenware, crayons, fireworks and dried pasta to create intricately patterned carpets that exist as temporary art installations presenting a critical view of consumer culture.
To celebrate 5 years of creative carpet-making We Make Carpets is holding an exhibition of their work in the form of recent carpet designs at the mu gallery in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The exhibition runs through October 26, 2014.
Visit the We Make Carpets website to check out more of their creations.
Motoi Yamamoto’s Incredible Saltscapes
Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto sees more uses in salt than the ordinary person. His artwork stems from the death of his sister, who passed away at a young age from brain cancer. In Japanese culture there is an idea of throwing salt over yourself after you attend a funeral acts as a sort of cleansing. So Yamamoto started using salt as his medium, creating intricate labyrinths and mazes as he calls them. Not only does Motoi create intricate patterns but full scale installations as well.
Watch the video:
Wife draws on husband’s Nissan Skyline and the result is incredible.
Armed with just a Sharpie pen, this creative wife took to her husband’s prized Skyline and transformed it into something amazing. Originally her doodles had been intended to cover up a few simple scratches on the bodywork, but once he saw how intricate her designs were, he asked her to continue and cover the whole thing. The result is a beautiful skin of complex patterns like old symbols. The design took around a hundred hours to finish in its entirety, I just hope she weather treated it when she was done!
Images sourced from: Awesome Inventions
if people looked like their personality, we would have a lot of ugly people in this world.
Wild domesticated shit
Next time on, “I shouldn’t be alive”
I wish none of you were sad
I wish there was peace and justice and wealth and happiness and good people around all of the planet
try and one up me again bitch