Ben Catmull

reblogging art and posting some of my own

anachoretique:

francis berthoud - autoportrait (1979)

anachoretique:

francis berthoud - autoportrait (1979)

(Source: blushingcheekymonkey, via theoellsworth)

mudwerks:

hi…

Piet Mondrian, Evening, 1909

Piet Mondrian, Evening, 1909

(Source: the-night-picture-collector, via last-picture-show)

(Source: beejayway, via blood-head)

jjjrrrttt:

fantagraphics:

kettle-o-fish:

From Ode to Lumpy, Pout Melody (animation by Lilli Carré, sound by Alexander Stewart). Drawn on 20 pieces of paper. The full film with sound can be viewed here.

Lilli Carré

Wow!

jjjrrrttt:

fantagraphics:

kettle-o-fish:

From Ode to Lumpy, Pout Melody (animation by Lilli Carré, sound by Alexander Stewart). Drawn on 20 pieces of paper. The full film with sound can be viewed here.

Lilli Carré

Wow!

siriusc:

Vincent Fortemps, Sillons

teaology:

The Tooth Worm as Hell’s Demon”, southern France, 18th Century; This artistically designed ivory carving is contained in a molar, 10.5 cm in height, which can be separated into two halves of equal size. It opens out into two scenes depicting the infernal torments of toothache as a battle with the “tooth worm”. The legend of the “tooth worm” as the cause of toothache originated in Mesopotamia around 1800 B.C. A legend, in much the same sense as that of the Creation, concerning the origin of the tooth worm is to be found in the inscriptions on ancient tablets from 1800 B.C., and from the New Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian periods of 650 and 550 B.C.

teaology:

The Tooth Worm as Hell’s Demon”, southern France, 18th Century; This artistically designed ivory carving is contained in a molar, 10.5 cm in height, which can be separated into two halves of equal size. It opens out into two scenes depicting the infernal torments of toothache as a battle with the “tooth worm”. The legend of the “tooth worm” as the cause of toothache originated in Mesopotamia around 1800 B.C. A legend, in much the same sense as that of the Creation, concerning the origin of the tooth worm is to be found in the inscriptions on ancient tablets from 1800 B.C., and from the New Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian periods of 650 and 550 B.C.

(Source: gydja, via fishstickmonkey)

journalofanobody:

Andy Prokh

ryanpanos:

Unnatural Perspectives | Morimura Ray | Socks Studio

Born in Tokyo in 1948, painter Morimura Ray graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University and began his career as a painter using abstract, geometric forms, later turning to woodblock printmaking.

According to his profile description in Wikipedia France, his early career as a non-figurative artist has a deep influence on his successive work, since the forms of trees, agricultural fields, houses and other elements are still created through an optimal disposition of triangles, squares and other geometric elements.

His drawings are based on “unnatural”, “flat” perspectives: often depicted from an high vantage point, they never aim to distinguish the figure from the background. Realism is not an issue, textures and hues are given great importance, and every element appears to have the same weight in the composition.

(via transatlantis)

secretcinema1:

Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959, Sergio Larrain

secretcinema1:

Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959, Sergio Larrain

(via bloodmilk)

magictransistor:

Roland Topor. Illustrations Agoraphobie et Claustrophie.

magictransistor:

Roland Topor. Illustrations Agoraphobie et Claustrophie.

renee-french:

What day is it?

renee-french:

What day is it?