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oraphis:

Pretended to die to see how my dog would react. 

(via pleatedjeans)

archiemcphee:

We’ve previously featured a variety of wonderful forms of book art, so we were delighted to happen upon the work of artist Kelly Campbell Berry. Kelly carefully transforms children’s books into intricate, one-of-a-kind sculptures. The books appear to have opened themselves up to each tell their own stories.

“I am truly amazed at the ability some people have to arrange words in such a way that we, the readers, can actually ‘see’ into the imagined world of the writer. We relate, feel, and become invested in the characters so deeply that we are pulled into their world for a brief moment of escape. In some cases I remember certain books with such fondness that I feel as it I experienced them. I still have a connection to Stewart Little and The Borrowers. Books, for me, come alive. That is why I have started creating book sculptures. My book sculptures are my way of showing what the words on the pages create in the imagination of the readers.

Kelly’s collaged book sculptures are available to purchase at her Etsy shop, Artful Living.

[via Laughing Squid]

jamescharlick:

Early Morning Warmth (by jamescharlick)
We’ve just returned home from our exploring week in Europe. I’m sure the photos will be plentiful over the next month or three…!

jamescharlick:

Early Morning Warmth (by jamescharlick)

We’ve just returned home from our exploring week in Europe. I’m sure the photos will be plentiful over the next month or three…!

lohrien:

“Mermaids” Series

Paintings by Victor Nizovtsev

“I felt a tremendous distance between me and everything real.”
— Hunter S. Thompson (via ofallgods)

(Source: observando, via nluh)