postapocalypticfashion:

I wish we could see the rest of what are obviously some serious hair horns.
postapocalypticfashion:

I wish we could see the rest of what are obviously some serious hair horns.

postapocalypticfashion:

I wish we could see the rest of what are obviously some serious hair horns.

(Source: cosplayandanimes)

crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
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I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!! crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batmanby Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.
I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeks. I even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.
read more


I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!!

crimmson:

astrejlau:

unleashthebatsss:

brain-food:

This is How You Paint a 150 Foot Tall Batman
by Irene Gallo

315 Park Avenue South is exactly halfway between my apartment and the Tor offices. For nearly two decades I’ve watched an anonymous group of painters create 150 foot movie poster murals on the side of the building.

I’ve always wondered how they construct the image and what it might look like from up close while it’s being put together. It’s one of the only places where advertising is still painted — it’s an original work and it changes up about once every six weeksI even joked that one day I would sit outside the building all day and wait for the crew to come out.

Fortunately, I didn’t have to resort to stalking. As luck would have it, I ran into Dan Cohen, one of the principle painters at Art FX Murals, at the Illustration Master Class, who was able to fill me in on the process of how one paints a huge Batman (or a huge anything) on the side of a building.

I pass this as I walk from the subway to SVA in the morning.  This is awesome and mindblowing.  

FINALLY someone explains this amazing process ahhh!!!

Aw man I love walking past that building on my way to class, I always wondered how they did that.

I SEE THIS LIKE EVERY DAY I NEVER KNEW THEY PAINTED THIS ;LSDKFJSDLKJ!!!

queerhairyvag:

i love this too much

(Source: cutiesofcolor)

khymeira:

Oh my fucking. 

Holy shit *__*

(Source: niteostyle)

islamandart:

“Afghanistan” 

(Source: endilletante)

theartofanimation:

Donato Giancola

I am taking this man’s class next year!!!! theartofanimation:

Donato Giancola

I am taking this man’s class next year!!!!

theartofanimation:

Donato Giancola

I am taking this man’s class next year!!!!

gothiccharmschool:

Ellen Jewett’s sculptures. Which are available via this Etsy shop, and they are GORGEOUS. I’m stunned by the detail on them. So beautiful!





I…I must obtain these. They are so gorgeous. *_* gothiccharmschool:

Ellen Jewett’s sculptures. Which are available via this Etsy shop, and they are GORGEOUS. I’m stunned by the detail on them. So beautiful!





I…I must obtain these. They are so gorgeous. *_* gothiccharmschool:

Ellen Jewett’s sculptures. Which are available via this Etsy shop, and they are GORGEOUS. I’m stunned by the detail on them. So beautiful!





I…I must obtain these. They are so gorgeous. *_*

gothiccharmschool:

Ellen Jewett’s sculptures. Which are available via this Etsy shop, and they are GORGEOUS. I’m stunned by the detail on them. So beautiful!

I…I must obtain these. They are so gorgeous. *_*

wickedblackwitch:

dumbthingswhitepplsay:

albinwonderland:

my queen

i fucking love this.

i just got this badass mental image of queen/princess nicki practicing sword fighting and slaying dragons. 

Not too crazy about the top picture, but the bottom one…! *___* wickedblackwitch:

dumbthingswhitepplsay:

albinwonderland:

my queen

i fucking love this.

i just got this badass mental image of queen/princess nicki practicing sword fighting and slaying dragons. 

Not too crazy about the top picture, but the bottom one…! *___*

wickedblackwitch:

dumbthingswhitepplsay:

albinwonderland:

my queen

i fucking love this.

i just got this badass mental image of queen/princess nicki practicing sword fighting and slaying dragons. 

Not too crazy about the top picture, but the bottom one…! *___*

(Source: fuckyeahitspcola)

Fuck yeah! Fuck yeah!

Fuck yeah!

(Source: rainbowbuttcake)

zuleikha:


all the awards to this woman please.

god bless

Okay, that’s pretty awesome lol

zuleikha:

all the awards to this woman please.

god bless

Okay, that’s pretty awesome lol

(Source: teapotify)

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 50D
  2. Aperture: f/4
  3. Exposure: 1/13th
  4. Focal Length: 41mm
bookspaperscissors:

Ballad & Chapter II | Toonikun

more of this artist. because they make pretty pretty things <3 bookspaperscissors:

Ballad & Chapter II | Toonikun

more of this artist. because they make pretty pretty things <3

bookspaperscissors:

Ballad & Chapter II | Toonikun

more of this artist. because they make pretty pretty things <3

tasteytitsweat:

In the Ukraine, a country where females are victims of sexual trafficking and gender oppression, a new tribe of empowered women is emerging. Calling themselves the “Asgarda”, the women seek complete autonomy from men. Residing in the Carpathian Mountains, the tribe is comprised of 150 women of varying ages, primarily students, led by 30 year-old Katerina Tarnouska. Reviving the tribal traditions of the Scythian Amazons of ancient Greek mythology, the Asgarda train in martial arts, taught by former Soviet karate master, Volodymyr Stepanovytch, and learn life skills and sciences in order to become ideal women. Little physical documentation existed on the tribe, until recently, when renowned French photographer, Guillaume Herbaut, met the Asgarda back in 2004 in the midst of the Orange Revolution.

(Source: thechocolatebrigade)

(Source: wombatattack)