Rebels With A Cause: Haas&Hahn Want To Paint An Entire Hillside Favela In Rio Rebels With A Cause: Haas&Hahn Want To Paint An Entire Hillside Favela In Rio Rebels With A Cause: Haas&Hahn Want To Paint An Entire Hillside Favela In Rio
Scared of Heights? Vertigo-Inducing Paintings by Fabio Giampietro!
Milan-based painter Fabio Giampietro creates trippy bird’s-eye views from the tops of hi-rises in his series “Vertigo”. Each painting consists of monochromatic warping towers that ‘rush’ toward the ground, the perspective diminishing at an exceeding rate. Click here to read more! Scared of Heights? Vertigo-Inducing Paintings by Fabio Giampietro!
Milan-based painter Fabio Giampietro creates trippy bird’s-eye views from the tops of hi-rises in his series “Vertigo”. Each painting consists of monochromatic warping towers that ‘rush’ toward the ground, the perspective diminishing at an exceeding rate. Click here to read more! Scared of Heights? Vertigo-Inducing Paintings by Fabio Giampietro!
Milan-based painter Fabio Giampietro creates trippy bird’s-eye views from the tops of hi-rises in his series “Vertigo”. Each painting consists of monochromatic warping towers that ‘rush’ toward the ground, the perspective diminishing at an exceeding rate. Click here to read more! Scared of Heights? Vertigo-Inducing Paintings by Fabio Giampietro!
Milan-based painter Fabio Giampietro creates trippy bird’s-eye views from the tops of hi-rises in his series “Vertigo”. Each painting consists of monochromatic warping towers that ‘rush’ toward the ground, the perspective diminishing at an exceeding rate. Click here to read more!

Scared of Heights? Vertigo-Inducing Paintings by Fabio Giampietro!

Milan-based painter Fabio Giampietro creates trippy bird’s-eye views from the tops of hi-rises in his series “Vertigo”. Each painting consists of monochromatic warping towers that ‘rush’ toward the ground, the perspective diminishing at an exceeding rate. Click here to read more!

Check out Felice Varini’s Optical-Illusion Paintings! Check out Felice Varini’s Optical-Illusion Paintings! Check out Felice Varini’s Optical-Illusion Paintings! Check out Felice Varini’s Optical-Illusion Paintings! Check out Felice Varini’s Optical-Illusion Paintings! Check out Felice Varini’s Optical-Illusion Paintings!
experimentsinmotion:

Flying Houses
The sky is literally the limit for Parisian photographer Laurent Chéhère. (via) experimentsinmotion:

Flying Houses
The sky is literally the limit for Parisian photographer Laurent Chéhère. (via)

experimentsinmotion:

Flying Houses

The sky is literally the limit for Parisian photographer Laurent Chéhère. (via)

A World Built of Paint and Bits A World Built of Paint and Bits A World Built of Paint and Bits
Building Blocks Building Blocks Building Blocks Building Blocks
Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars. Remembering the work Ralph McQuarrie, the man behind the design of Star Wars.
"Street Painting #5" by Lang/Baumann "Street Painting #5" by Lang/Baumann
Masakatsu Sashie envisions Tokyo as a series of Death Stars. Masakatsu Sashie envisions Tokyo as a series of Death Stars. Masakatsu Sashie envisions Tokyo as a series of Death Stars. Masakatsu Sashie envisions Tokyo as a series of Death Stars.
Big in 2011
“Cities” is a series of drawings by Atelier Olschinsky, depicting fantastical, fictional urbanisms that have more in common with sci-fi than with existing cities. Big in 2011
“Cities” is a series of drawings by Atelier Olschinsky, depicting fantastical, fictional urbanisms that have more in common with sci-fi than with existing cities.
A publicity stunt for The Smurfs Movie left this Spanish pueblo painted entirely blue. A publicity stunt for The Smurfs Movie left this Spanish pueblo painted entirely blue. A publicity stunt for The Smurfs Movie left this Spanish pueblo painted entirely blue. A publicity stunt for The Smurfs Movie left this Spanish pueblo painted entirely blue. A publicity stunt for The Smurfs Movie left this Spanish pueblo painted entirely blue.
Painting the city, 30,000 feet above ground. Painting the city, 30,000 feet above ground.
Exploding the American Dream Exploding the American Dream
Ben Grasso’s exploding houses
Lech Majewski’s cinematic re-creation of Pieter Bruegel’s “The Way to Cavalry”. Lech Majewski’s cinematic re-creation of Pieter Bruegel’s “The Way to Cavalry”.