Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
"I was on a magazine cover. Do you want to see?"
Women Warriors series by maxre
A women only archery competition in North Japan.
Scott Naismith: Cumulus Consonance
Tea room by Minax creates optical effects with lotus + bamboo minax has completed a project called ‘lotus & bamboo tea room’ for the 2014 china international aquilaria culture exposition & living space exhibition.
shanghai design studio minax has completed a project called ‘lotus & bamboo tea room’ for the 2014 china international aquilaria culture exposition & living space exhibition. the volume is composed of 500 bamboo pieces measuring six centimeters in diameter, which each have different heights. the organization of these vertical pipes follows the shape of an ellipsoid inside a cube. the shape is manipulated by spot lamps which fill the cut of stalks, so upon entry, visitors will find a substantial portion of the massing dissolved. thus, the remaining occupiable floor is negative space.
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The Fury of Hell on Wheels: Tank Warfare, April 1945
The culmination of World War II in Europe brought with it the most mechanized force the planet had ever seen with the sheer firepower of the United States military. In spite of Allied superiority in weaponry, divisions often had to fight in close quarters with hand-to-hand combat. Limited maneuverability in small German towns resulted in heavy losses. The men fighting in Germany were either battle-hardened or green recruits, but all of them were sleepless and racing to end the war at breakneck speed. The new feature film, Fury, depicts the last month of the war in these startlingly real terms.
Allied tanks in the German city of Koblenz. (Still from Universal News)
Fury’s fictionalized account of events at the end of the war focus on a small platoon within the 2nd Armored Division. The 2nd Armored Division was created in July 1940 under the command of then Colonel George S. Patton. Parts of the division were among the first U.S. military armored divisions serving in North Africa when they landed at Casablanca on November 8, 1942. After nine months the division moved on to Sicily in July of 1943. On June 9, 1944, the 2nd Armored Division landed on Omaha Beach in the invasion of the Normandy. There the division known as “Hell on Wheels” fought the Germans near Avranches and then crossed through France as part of the Third Army before reaching Germany in September 1944. The 2nd Armored Division was the first to reach the Elbe River in mid-April 1945, which is where the Fury story begins.
To get a sense of what the men of the Armored Divisions experienced as they fought to end the war, we can look to the Universal Newsreel Collection and see the stories the public was shown at the time. While there may not be specific footage of the 2nd Armored Division, these Universal News stories feature tank warfare in Germany during April 1945.
The Communicant, Gari Melchers
1st french teaser of Song of the Sea (“Le Chant de la Mer”) animated feature film directed by Tomm Moore (Secret of Kells) and animated by Cartoon Saloon.
Ludovic Florent's series “Poussières d’étoiles” (Stardust).
This is fucking gorgeous
whoaaaa D: so beautiful!
a spooky halloween monstergirl generator for you!
click & drag to get an adjective and a monster type. if you draw something from it, i wanna see it! pls tag your drawing #spookiest monster girl if you post it.
Yusuke Asai Paints Sprawling Earth Art Murals From Texan Soil
Japanese artist Yusuke Asai just unveiled his latest immersive mud art masterpiece right in the heart of Texas. Like Asai’s other artworks, his new sprawling Yamatane installation in Houston’s Rice Gallery is made from locally-sourced soil mixed in with other natural materials. His versatility with the medium is astounding—although Asai started with just ten pigments, he managed to create no less than 27 different shades in his mural.
Jörg Ruel, silver-gilt cup in the form of a partridge, Nuremberg, Germany, ca. 1600
Victoria and Albert Museum
New stills from “Song of the Sea” animated feature film directed by Tomm Moore (Secret of Kells).
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