Wooden by Antoni Tudisco

Have you ever been so hungry that you’ve eaten a wooden hamburger?  You know, some people in the world are starving right now so who are you to turn down free anything? Antoni’s wood-textured designs go against the grain: they serve as digital representations of wood which serves as visual representations of food, shoes, and your beloved Spongebob. In the René Magritte style of storytelling, this is not food, nor shoes, or mutant underwater sponge creatures, nor is it actually a wooden sculpture. But despite their artificial and transitory nature, they still might have made you hungry.

Artist: Behance / Website / Twitter

Dominik Smialowski - The Pilot’s Melancholy (2012)

(Fuente: razorshapes, vía vanished-opera-singers)

Vasili Zorin, an incredible russian illustrator from the HonkFu Studio.


www.blog.honkfu.com/ru/author/zorin/#.UVyVPMrC-70
www.honkfu.com
www.www.behance.net/HonkFu
www.honkfu.deviantart.com

(Fuente: bessovestny, vía perrple)

Vintage Robots shared from FaceBook

(vía maninthebottle)

Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez

(vía hifructosemag)

8-bit style animated gifs by Takashi Komiyama

(Fuente: actegratuit, vía suarezart)

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