2. roachpatrol:


    The White Sea Bestiary by Alexander Semenov:

    Many marine species can’t be photographed underwater for a variety of different reasons. Some animals are too small, some spend their life burrowed in the seafloor, and some live in the dark depths where nobody can dive. At our station, we collect specimens using different methods and as a result are able to make photos and then show a wide range of animals, which we haven’t previously seen in their natural environment. You can see some of them here in this project, and also it contains photos of some more common, yet very beautiful White Sea inhabitants.

    Nature, you are drunk.

    (via pond-dipping)

  4. monarobot:



    A lot of people have messaged me about the 30 Day Challenge list. I hadn’t realized the link on my old post was down, so I’m reposting it now, as well as letting you all know for the next 8 weeks I’ll be posting every Monday with animated illustrations. Hopefully I can brighten up your otherwise dry work week Monday!

    UPDATE: Sorry I fixed the list. There was bunch of dummy text in there. It’s all good now

    This is a thing I will do

    This is a thing I should do.

  5. bopx:

    Here are the studies I did for my elements class this semester. Some are more rushed or just less successful than others but overall I’m happy with the end result.

    (Source: bopxdraws, via ktshy)

  6. bsabo:


    'The Bone Bestiary'

    A collaborative screen print with B.Sabo, based on a mutual appreciation of skulls and mythical creatures.


    A thing I made with britt c.h. !

  7. ghoulnextdoor:

     "MELUSINA" by Jay Briggs » Beautiful Savage

    “MELUSINA” by Jay Briggs

    Production Crew:

    Photography: Fabio Esposito

    Make up: Zana Moses

    Hair: Gaby Winwood

    Model: Skye Victoria

    Apparel and Styling: Jay Briggs

    (via marasbazaar)

  8. (Source: hewdel, via paperseverywhere)

  9. kateoplis:

    Nardò Ring, Nardò, Italy

    Amazon Rainforest deforestationPara, Brazil

    Terraced rice paddies, Yunnan, China

    Soybean fields, São Domingos, Brazil 

    Mount Whaleback Iron Ore Mine, Pilbara, Australia

    Alang Ship-breaking yards, Gujarat, India

    Plasticulture / Greenhouses, Almeria, Spain

    Oil Extraction Wells, Texas

    Vineyards, Huelva, Spain

    Daily Overview

    (via smooney)

  10. littlefroggies:


    Heya, folks!

    I’ve Kickstarted four comic projects, and fulfilled three. (The fourth only just ended last Monday!) As a result, I get asked for advice on how to do it right pretty often. So, I made this.

    This 32-page, five-chapter PDF explains how to plan, prepare, run, and fulfill a Kickstarter comic project. (Specifically a comic project! They’re the only kind I’ve done.) It’s everything I’ve learned about Kickstarter since joining the site in 2009.

    It’s $5.00, and you can get it here

    Thanks for your patience, folks! I know this took me a while to finish. But trust me, it’s worth it.

    Learned most this shit the hard way, and I’m STILL reeling from being overwhelmed for various reasons… so this kinda info is a life saver.