Found beauty in a broken world.


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Aug 29, 2014
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austinkleon:

Original pre-Photoshop assemblages Dave McKean made for The Sandman covers

neil-gaiman:

poisonousliasons:

Before Photoshop

I miss them still…

They really were that size: paintings and assemblages that Dave would take to get photographed, and send the transparency to DC Comics to use as a cover.

Here’s McKean:

Some covers were painted, some drawn, but many of the first few were 5ft-high collage-type works made by me that we took to a high-res photography studio to shoot – this was all pre-computers. I ended up wandering around London with Neil trying to find interesting bits and bobs to use as imagery. We liberated a fantastic-looking broken door from a skip, and found odds and ends in antique shops. People started donating things: I did a signing in London and someone gave me a lamb’s heart in a block of resin. It got used a few times.


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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:42 pm
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cadenced:

Profile of Ezra Caldwell (Fast Boy Cycles) who was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. When the cancer threatens to shatter his love of bikes, Ezra survives by documenting his illness as thoroughly as his craft. Film is produced for Made by Hand

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:38 pm
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pedicabconfession:

There’s San Francisco on Flickr.
oh there’s San Francisco

pedicabconfession:

There’s San Francisco on Flickr.

oh there’s San Francisco

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:37 pm
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ridepdw:

Klunkin Ain’t Easy.

ridepdw:

Klunkin Ain’t Easy.

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:37 pm
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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:31 pm
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ahtbm:

Damn you Cody. Damn you and your skill, and your curly blond hair.  Via natelife:

ahtbm:

Damn you Cody. Damn you and your skill, and your curly blond hair.  Via natelife:

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:29 pm
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cyclocosm:

Training for next year’s Giro.

cyclocosm:

Training for next year’s Giro.

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:26 pm
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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:20 pm
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gabrielamadeus:

Turns out you can still shred pretty hard on a loaded bike. Here’s Lyle from @rockymountainbicycles showing us how it’s done deep in the Eagle’s Nest portion of the Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route. #ihsmbr

Ride everything.

ridepdw:

gabrielamadeus:

Turns out you can still shred pretty hard on a loaded bike. Here’s Lyle from @rockymountainbicycles showing us how it’s done deep in the Eagle’s Nest portion of the Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route. #ihsmbr

Ride everything.

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:19 pm
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grumpy-bike:

ホイール入りました。やはりポリッシュにしてよかった。かっこ良さに感動ψ(`∇´)ψ #retrotec (Grumpy)

grumpy-bike:

ホイール入りました。やはりポリッシュにしてよかった。かっこ良さに感動ψ(`∇´)ψ #retrotec (Grumpy)

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:17 pm
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st1mu11:

Winslow Homer, The Water Fan, 1898-1899

st1mu11:

Winslow Homer, The Water Fan, 1898-1899

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Aug 23, 2014
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7knotwind:

Jeremy Everett

1 & 2 Holes in the Curtain, 2012

Venus Study, 2011

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 9:12 pm
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fuckyeahdinoart:

Caiuajara by Hyrotrioskjan

fuckyeahdinoart:

Caiuajara by Hyrotrioskjan


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Aug 23, 2014
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cabinhome:

the bicycle is completely irrelevant


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Aug 23, 2014
@ 8:41 am
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hatchetandbear:

Coming Soon.. Handcrafted using simple tools and traditional skills, with a selection of locally foraged British hardwoods including; Elm, Oak, Maple and Walnut. Each rack available, will be a one-off, a completely unique piece - pairing a slice of storm damaged tree with individual hand-carved wooden pegs. There will only be one available and when it is gone, I will begin to make another. Some racks will hold 4 spoons, some will hold 6 - 8.

hatchetandbear:

Coming Soon.. Handcrafted using simple tools and traditional skills, with a selection of locally foraged British hardwoods including; Elm, Oak, Maple and Walnut.
Each rack available, will be a one-off, a completely unique piece - pairing a slice of storm damaged tree with individual hand-carved wooden pegs.
There will only be one available and when it is gone, I will begin to make another.
Some racks will hold 4 spoons, some will hold 6 - 8.

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