Photo 29 Aug 493 notes fuckyeahpaganism:

have i posted this?!! (x)

fuckyeahpaganism:

have i posted this?!! (x)

Video 29 Aug 300 notes

its-matty:

I had the great privilege to create illustrations for Adobe Creative Cloud. These images will be used as header art for ​featured learning content on Adobe.com in the near future.

The challenge was to create conceptual, rather than literal, artistic interpretation of tutorial topics and content.

It was a pleasure to work with Art Director, Kendall Plant, and an honor to be in the company of some truly inspired illustrators.

via It's Matty.
Photo 27 Aug 247 notes milkinajar:

First of the custom character sheets done! Rican Caruso. For N-Firmary


Freeking AMAZING! Imma make one like that!!!

milkinajar:

First of the custom character sheets done! Rican Caruso. For N-Firmary

Freeking AMAZING! Imma make one like that!!!

Photo 27 Aug 200 notes paganroots:

Mjolnir bracers by LegendesCeltes
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(Source: jbceramics)

Photo 23 Aug 1,269 notes 
Crystal Visions | Annika Kaplan

Crystal Visions | Annika Kaplan

(Source: pinterest.com)

Photo 23 Aug 380 notes sensualfairytale:

Vogue Germany September 2014

sensualfairytale:

Vogue Germany September 2014

Video 23 Aug 778 notes

jeannepompadour:

"Silent prayer" female figure in medieval dress from a cemetery in Frankfurt

Video 23 Aug 999 notes

naryamirie:

Photography:  Nerinna Studios
Event Design:  Fatty Freckles
Event Planning:  Blissful Events
Floral Design:  McCallum Designs
Makeup:  Ellyse
Jewelry:  NCC Diamonds
Dress:  Watters
Bakery:  Artistic Bites
Venue:  Sanborn Park
Model:  Sarah Agar
Bridal Accessories & Table Brooches:  Something Treasured

found here

Photo 20 Aug 1,901 notes peahart:

Another experiment. Crossing. 
(animated with Photoshop)

peahart:

Another experiment. Crossing. 

(animated with Photoshop)

Video 19 Aug 4,889 notes

(Source: myendlesswinter)

Video 18 Aug 29,093 notes

yamino:

Frozen - Costume Design (x)

 The costumes in this film kind of have a life of their own. Whenever possible, they tell a visual story that supports the narrative. The cut, color and detail work on every piece of clothing is designed the way it is for a reason. Anna begins with a bright yellow palette, and she stays in the warm greens throughout the entire time she is growing up. When you meet her as an adult for the first time, she is back in that yellow - the same tenacious girl you met as a five year old.

Elsa, on the other hand, changes rather drastically.  You meet her in her pale blue nightgown, and her palette gradually gets deeper and darker as she grows up and closes herself off from the world. Her sleeves get longer and she puts on gloves so that her skin is no longer exposed at all. Even her hairstyles evolve to be more tight and binding.”

I recommend clicking through to the original link to read about the design process, very nice insight.

(Source: mickeyandcompany)

Video 14 Aug 1,561 notes

hyperb0rean:

Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)

Photo 14 Aug 17,553 notes lalalaindigo:

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