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UD's Inter-Fraternity Council presents artist Phil Hansen

Daniel Zvereff using discontinued, magenta-hued film:  “infrared-sensitive, false-color reversal film.” Plant life turns to a majestic red or purple hue while non-plant life often renders in grey...

New York–based photographer Daniel Zvereff recently got a hold of some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format, and he took it to the Arctic.

zero gravity by Nikolay Tikhomirov, via 500px

ZERO GRAVITY - In this project called Zero Gravity, Moscow-based photographer Nikolay Tikhomirov creates dramatic portraits that feature elegant female figures casually drifting into the air while everything around them stands still.

Dreamy Photos of Solitary Figures in Foggy Landscapes - My Modern Metropolis  #fotopolis

Dreamy Photos of Solitary Figures in Foggy Landscapes

Street art at its finest. My personal favorite is the man eating trees and shitting out buildings and the girl with the magnifying glass. Both make you look at the world so much differently.   My opinion. Interpret as you choose. -callmesulli

Astonishing Street Art

Street art at its finest. My personal favorite is the man eating trees and shitting out buildings and the girl with the magnifying glass. Both make you look at the world so much differently.

Conceptual Hilarity: Clever Bits of Instagram Nonsense from Brock Davis

Conceptual Hilarity: Clever Bits of Instagram Nonsense from Brock Davis

Minneapolis-based artist Brock Davis has created a great portrait of a bear from his own facial hair shavings. Brock never ceases to amaze with his brilliant ideas. image via Brock Davis

12 / 2011 - Anna Topuriya

12 / 2011 - Anna Topuriya

Tilt Shifted photos of the universe   dailyshit    ShockBlast

devidsketchbook: “ ILLUMINATED CODE FROM SPACE Bioartis Haari Tesla (behance) - “Macrocosm and microcosm is an ancient Greek Neo-Platonic schema of seeing the same patterns reproduced in all levels of.

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