1. jacfans:

    Jac for Vogue México & Latinoamérica August 2014
    Photographed by James Macari

    (via jacjagaciak)

     

  2. (Source: tripitty, via live-organically)

     

  3. mymodernmet:

    Tokyo-born, Bali-based graphic design student and photographer Yutha Yamanaka produces stunningly surreal self-portraits that explore a strange and darkly mysterious world. Keep up with his Project 365 on Flickr.

     

  4. (Source: ttrram, via vicsecretmodels)

     

  5. asylum-art:

    陈江洪 Chen Jiang Hong

    on artnet

    Chen uses calligraphic techniques and paints on the floor with long wolf-hair brushes. Each brush stroke is a definite, irreversible moment that cannot be changed. The compositions are made up of strong black brush strokes balanced by smoky volutes and tactile sawdust. The subjects are often oversized and blurred, as if Chen has captured a fleeting moment in time. The large-scale ‘close-ups’ have an immediate impact on the viewer, emphasising the materiality of his painting.

    Chen’s work translates the vitality of nature with a rare elegance and an extraordinary energy. It would appear to embody the philosophy of Oriental sumi-e – where the aim is not to reprod

    (via asylum-art)

     

  6. visitheworld:

    The lycian rock-cut tombs of Myra / Turkey (by ).

    (via scandanavianblonde)

     

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  8. natgeotravel:

    See Nat Geo Travel’s top 10 U.S. National Park landmarks »

    Photograph by Craig Tuttle, Corbis

     

  9. travelthisworld:

    Sagano bamboo grove - Arashiyama, Japan

    submitted by: thescepteredisle, thanks!

     

  10. asylum-art:

    Rationed Water, 2013
    Installation image from ‘Soon’ at Still House by Jogging

    Hydrophobic coating, Tempered Glass, Water, Plastic Bottles,Fierce Apple Gatorade, Blueberry-Pomegranate Gatorade 58 ⅛ x 33 ½ x 20”