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Sinemanın Kadınları Foto Galerisi

Sinemanın Kadınları Foto Galerisi

Sinemanın Kadınları Foto Galerisi

Yerli Film

Yerli Film

Yerli Film

Sinema Nostalji

Sinema Nostalji

Sinema Nostalji

  • Taxidermy Renderings of Dr. Seuss’ Fantastical Beings

    Smiling goofily from their wooden mounts sit the imaginings of Dr. Seuss, animals with bizarre names like the Turtle-Necked Sea-Turtle, Two Horned Douberhannis, and Semi-Normal Green-Lidded Fawn. The beasts were not designed by fanatics of Dr. Seuss’ famous children’s books, but are based on works created by the man himself over 80 years ago, each originating from an […]

  • A Towering Iceberg and Its Shadow Split the World into Quadrants

    Captured by Canadian photographer David Burdeny in 2007, this amazing photo of a tabular iceberg rising straight out of the Weddel Sea appears to organize the world into four neat quadrants. Titled “Mercators Projection,” the photo is from his series “North/South” taken while on tour of Antarctica and Greenland. You can follow Burdeny’s most recent […]

  • Çizimler 171

    Çizimler Karakalem ile yaptığım çizim çalışmalarım, bu çizimler genellikle A4 boyutunda kağıtlara, silgi kullanmadan, kurşun kalem ile çizilerek yapılmıştır. Çizimler herhangi bir objeye bakılarak çizilmediği gibi herhangi bir objeye de benzetmek gayesi de yoktur. Çizimler doğaçlama bir şekilde yapıldığından dolayı sadece iki boyutludurlar ve ‘kendiliğinden’ bir şekilde çizilmişlerdir. Tufan Çizimlerin nasıl yapıldığı ile ilgili bir […]

  • A Virtual Reality Sky Projected Above a Parisian Church by Artist Miguel Chevalier

    Projected onto the ceiling of Saint-Eustache Church in Paris, Voûtes Célestes is a work by Miguel Chevalier that turned the ancient chapel into the backdrop for a constantly morphing sky chart produced in real time. Cycling through 35 different colored networks, the ceiling glowed with each successive pattern, highlighting the grand architecture that laid below […]

  • Winsor & Newton #InspiredByProMarker Drawing Challenge

    Wanna win a stockpile of high-quality markers? Winsor & Newton are inviting graphic marker lovers all over the world to participate in their global #InspiredByProMarker drawing challenge. For this new contest, artists are asked to create an artwork based on a template of lines derived from the Winsor & Newton logo using predominantly ProMarkers and/or […]

  • New Anatomical Specimens Made from Hand-Dyed Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks

    Tricking the eye to view textile as bone, Lana Crooks (previously) works with bits of hand-dyed wool and silk to recreate the sun-drenched skeletons of snakes, birds, and humans, displaying them each in bell jars. She considers he works “faux specimens” as her delicate sculptures blend science, art, and fantasy. Often her inspirations come from books […]

  • Çizimler 170

    Çizimler Karakalem ile yaptığım çizim çalışmalarım, bu çizimler genellikle A4 boyutunda kağıtlara, silgi kullanmadan, kurşun kalem ile çizilerek yapılmıştır. Çizimler herhangi bir objeye bakılarak çizilmediği gibi herhangi bir objeye de benzetmek gayesi de yoktur. Çizimler doğaçlama bir şekilde yapıldığından dolayı sadece iki boyutludurlar ve ‘kendiliğinden’ bir şekilde çizilmişlerdir. Tufan Çizimlerin nasıl yapıldığı ile ilgili bir […]

  • A Levitating Wireless Speaker in the Shape of a Storm Cloud

    Richard Clarkson Studio (previously) has teamed up with Crealev (previously) to produce a miniature floating cloud, one that hovers indoors while both playing your favorite music and lighting up in tune to the beat to replicate a storm. The design, called Making Weather, is formed from polyester fibers which hide a Bluetooth speaker, LED lights, and a magnet. […]

  • Miniature Pen & Ink Drawings of the Midwest by Taylor Mazer

    Michigan artist Taylor Mazer renders the seemingly mundane world of empty alleyways and nondescript buildings of the midwest in excruciating detail on a canvas scarcely larger than a few postage stamps. Working with a fine Micron pen he constructs old buildings brick by brick and casts entire drawings in deep shadow, forcing the viewer to […]

  • Treacherous Stair Steps by ‘Skurk’

    Here’s a fun piece from last April by Norway-based artist Skurk who turned the light fixtures of this stairwell into a creepy anglerfish that lights up at night. You can see more of his latest work on Instagram. (via Colossal Submissions) Powered by WPeMatico

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