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Carey Mulligan by Ben Weller for Wonderland Magazine, 2010

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Cartoon Saloon animation studio artists worked for Brian Boru exhibition (Trinity College - Dublin).
Illustrators : Tomm Moore (director of The Secret of Kells), Ross Stewart and Alice Dieudonne

Finally, the whole illustrations!Thanks again to ross Stewart and Tomm Moore for this amazing project !

I would like to teleport to be there personnaly,  I love this place and those old books, I feel like being in Hogwarts

Go there for me and send me pictures if you can! (you can also see the beautiful Book of Kells which is exhibited in the same place)

If I had of known about this I would have made such an effort to go down to Dublin to see it. Amazing work.

these look awesome


Check out this absolutely unreal guest comic from my friends over at 1111 comics. Get to their Facebook here, Twitter here and jump over onto their site because if you don’t then you are seriously missing out


Check out this absolutely unreal guest comic from my friends over at 1111 comics. Get to their Facebook here, Twitter here and jump over onto their site because if you don’t then you are seriously missing out


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Selected works from typicalhope.

//selected by mike


Miles Johnston

these are so frickin intense pls send me them
  • A. If you could get away with one murder in your lifetime without any legal, social, or emotional repercussions, would you kill someone?
  • B. What is your first thought when you receive a message on Tumblr, are you excited for the idea of someone from potentially the other side of the world wanting to talk to you or fearful that someone will criticize you?
  • C. Have you ever looked down on someone because you thought your religious views were superior?
  • D. Would you rather know everything the universe has to offer but in exchange lose all emotions or remain the way you are now?
  • E. If you could live and be healthy without sleeping or eating/drinking, which would you cut out of your life?
  • F. If you could take on the exact body and form of anyone else on Earth, who would it be?
  • G. Would you rather burn or freeze to death?
  • H. If it meant it would solve all world hunger, war, disease and bigotry, would you spend the rest of eternity in Hell?
  • I. Was the first crush in your life something you had or something someone had on you?
  • J. Could you live without having sex ever (again) in exchange for eternal youth?
  • K. Have you ever watched a full length pornographic movie?
  • L. The Beatles or The Rolling Stones?
  • M. If you could have the ability to manipulate matter or energy, which would you choose?
  • N. What was the worst nightmare you ever had?
  • O. Would you rather spend one year with your one true love just to never see them again or the rest of your life with second best?
  • P. All the sequels/remakes/adaptations/rip-offs in movies nowadays, good or bad?
  • Q. Would you rather be dirt poor and emotionally fulfilled in life or be rich beyond imagination and emotionally dissatisfied for life?
  • R. Do you have any (secret) feelings of bigotry to any group of people?
  • S. Would you rather be the only person in the world that can read minds or have everyone else in the world be able to read minds except for your own?
  • T. If everyone in the world would automatically only know one language, which language would you choose?
  • U. If you were old enough and not in a situation where it would be inappropriate, would you sleep with one of your (past) school teachers/professors?
  • V. A world without religion, good, bad, neutral?
  • W. The men's rights movement, legitimate cause or laughable, and why?
  • X. You can eliminate one of your five senses to substantially strengthen the others, which one and would you do it?
  • Y. Do looks mean anything to you? Don't lie, could you fall in love with someone you thought was ugly?
  • Z. Can you understand the mindset and logic used by the opposite spiritual opinion? An atheist understanding the belief in a higher power and vice versa.
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I love this app


Art Writer’s Wednesday 23 - Artists on Tumblr

Michael Ostermann | on Tumblr (Austria)

A disquieting allure radiates from the works of illustrator Michael Ostermann, whose visual aesthetic plays on a cunning fusion of the beautiful and the bizarre. With his digital illustrations that seamlessly hybridise fine art, digital art and fashion photography, the Vienna-based artist transforms editorial shoots by assigning them to surreal, fantasy-like and even somewhat futuristic narratives that reveal their dark nature.

Such narratives are a particularly intriguing aspect of Ostermann’s work, and are brought to life through realistic photomanipulation techniques and a skilled layering of illustrated detail. The use of complex angular shapes and geometric motifs lends his art an alien quality which, when combined with the ever-present themes of death and the macabre, reveals a particularly frightening edge to the photographs which he reworks. Although dominantly black and white, these details fill each piece with a richness of texture and tones; they enhance a setting’s mood and a model’s character, and appear to blend in almost naturally every time.

Ostermann’s work, although powerful and sharp, still conveys a surprising delicateness through its play on soft contrasts and shadows – and this, one could argue, is what makes each piece so curious and compelling. He produces art which not only demonstrates his peculiar vision, but also remains a real treat to the eye as it blends, repeats and multiplies layers of abstractions and beauty in the most fantastic ways.

Our sincere thanks to Abbie Cohen from NeverLazy Magazine for this Art review for Artchipel’s Art Writer’s Wednesday #23. © All images courtesy the artist

[more Michael Ostermann | Art Writer’s Wednesday with Abbie Cohen]


Ciaran Gaffney Prints on INPRNT.

Illustrator Ciaran Gaffney has a great selection of fine art prints available in his INPRNT Store.  Be sure and follow INPRNT on Tumblr for more great prints.


Jaw Cooper

‘Mourn’, 2013

sculpey, glass eyes, acrylic paint, 8”tall

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