Nina Katchadourian - Sorted Books
“I suddenly recalled a moment in the university library when, looking for a book, I had turned my head sideways as I walked down the stacks and thought how spectacular it would be if all the titles formed an accidental sentence when read one after the other in a long chain. Standing amidst the bookshelves in Half Moon Bay, my next move was simply to make this imaginary accident real. I spent days shifting and arranging books, composing them so that their titles formed short sentences. The exercise was intimate, like a form of portraiture, and it felt important that the books I selected should function as a cross section of the larger collection.”
Cas said he knew how to fix it, knew what to do. Ice cold and thick as molasses the realization stuck in Dean’s throat and found passage through his veins, right down to his toes, freezing him in place. It wasn’t surprise, though, or shock, just a final decisive crack in a pattern of splinters that wound around his heart, all affixed with the grief of losing him.
Illustrations Made by Folding And Unfolding Pieces of Paper bySimon Schubert
Reinstalled illuststudio, but on the way of working on it, it stopped working…and just recently i got manga studio 5, which to my surprise is almost like the same thing! So i finished it from there
Seriously contemplating about doing a webcomic and fleshing out my characters ahahaha….
Dang. This is LOVELY.
a couple of cards i made for friends uwu
Finished my cut paper style SPN piece- I’m pretty happy with how it turned out overall. I really liked making it, and I have plans to do a Dr. Who one next and then a huge Teen Wolf project.
[Excuse the quality…]
These illustrations are part of one of my final major projects, an old poem from the 18th century called ‘Who Killed The Cock Robin?’
These are the first animals within the poem; the naughty sparrow.
Entomologist Steven Kutcher is a Hollywood “Bug Guy,” serving as a consultant in movies like “Jurassic Park,” “Arachnophobia” and “James and the Giant Peach.”
In the 1980s Director Steven Spielberg needed a shot where a fly walks through ink, leaving footprints.
Kutcher began experimenting for the scene, which led to his interest in prints created by insects.
This is just too cool! Pass me the cockroaches! I have a masterpiece to crawl.
shut up discovery news those are darkling beetles