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yama-bato:

A Morning Songby Shi Yi born 1939
Jul 28, 2014 / 443 notes

yama-bato:

A Morning Song
by Shi Yi born 1939

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Jul 28, 2014 / 154 notes
duttonart:

Homemade Cafe in Berkeley
Jul 28, 2014 / 266 notes

duttonart:

Homemade Cafe in Berkeley

duttonart:

My first Google Doodle after two months on the disabled list due to a broken neck. This is for Olga Ferri, a famous Argentinian ballet dancer, often considered to be one of the best Giselles to perform that role.
I saw Giselle many years ago, and remember being struck by the second act – how the main character, in her second life, danced all night to distract and save the man who broke her heart (which ending up causing her death, mind you). In some ways, the movement is about second chances, and in many ways, that’s why I wanted to work on this illustration.
Jul 28, 2014 / 101 notes

duttonart:

My first Google Doodle after two months on the disabled list due to a broken neck. This is for Olga Ferri, a famous Argentinian ballet dancer, often considered to be one of the best Giselles to perform that role.

I saw Giselle many years ago, and remember being struck by the second act – how the main character, in her second life, danced all night to distract and save the man who broke her heart (which ending up causing her death, mind you). In some ways, the movement is about second chances, and in many ways, that’s why I wanted to work on this illustration.

duttonart:

An evening studying the light/dark compositions of photographs by Wright Morris. That man had It.
Jul 28, 2014 / 93 notes

duttonart:

An evening studying the light/dark compositions of photographs by Wright Morris. That man had It.

duttonart:

Some fun with ink, scalpel, and glue.
Jul 28, 2014 / 112 notes

duttonart:

Some fun with ink, scalpel, and glue.

duttonart:

The “anatomy” of a recent doodle for Austria. Experimented with ink and colored penciled cutouts, which I then pieced together in Photoshop. Slowly finding my way to a happy medium where I can mix cutout shapes, drawings, and painted elements, reserving Photoshop as a final-stage editing tool. 
The doodle itself is based on the lyrics of the Austrian national anthem:
Land of Mountains, Land by the Stream, Land of fields, land of cathedrals, Land of hammers, with a promising future, Home to great daughters and sons, A nation highly blessed with beauty, Much-praised Austria!
Jul 28, 2014 / 110 notes

duttonart:

The “anatomy” of a recent doodle for Austria. Experimented with ink and colored penciled cutouts, which I then pieced together in Photoshop. Slowly finding my way to a happy medium where I can mix cutout shapes, drawings, and painted elements, reserving Photoshop as a final-stage editing tool. 

The doodle itself is based on the lyrics of the Austrian national anthem:

Land of Mountains, Land by the Stream, Land of fields, land of cathedrals, Land of hammers, with a promising future, Home to great daughters and sons, A nation highly blessed with beauty, Much-praised Austria!

duttonart:

One of the most amazing humans ever, Dian Fossey. I was incredibly honored to celebrate her life’s work with today’s Google Doodle.
Jul 28, 2014 / 108 notes

duttonart:

One of the most amazing humans ever, Dian Fossey. I was incredibly honored to celebrate her life’s work with today’s Google Doodle.

Jul 27, 2014 / 42 notes

willkimart:

Animal Doodles Series Part II - by Will Kim
I have been challenging myself to post 2~4 animal doodles per day for last one week on INSTAGRAM and I have been sharing those posts here on my TUMBLR. (Some old, some new) I sincerely appreciate all the feedback and support you have given me. So here is a summary of those animal doodles PART II.
©2014 Will Kim All Rights Reserved

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ivvvoo:

Stormy North - Sangobeg Beach, Durness, Scotland by (fresch-energy)
Jul 24, 2014 / 6,711 notes

ivvvoo:

Stormy North - Sangobeg Beach, Durness, Scotland by (fresch-energy)

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