phoenixleo

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artgalleryofontario:

South-West View of a Gothic Abbey (Morning), now Building at Fonthill, the seat of W. Beckford, Esq., 1800Joseph Mallord William Turner, British, 1775 - 1851Graphite, watercolour and gum arabic on wove paperOverall: 69.4 x 102.9 cmBequest of John Paris Bickell, Toronto, 1952© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario

artgalleryofontario:

South-West View of a Gothic Abbey (Morning), now Building at Fonthill, the seat of W. Beckford, Esq., 1800
Joseph Mallord William Turner, British, 1775 - 1851
Graphite, watercolour and gum arabic on wove paper
Overall: 69.4 x 102.9 cm
Bequest of John Paris Bickell, Toronto, 1952
© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario

jack-hudson:

Bobby and the Bubble Car
I’ve recently been working with the brilliant Joe Bichard on some short looped animations to be shown at Latitude festival this weekend. We also decided to make some fun gifs out of the work we produced and here’s one of them.
It was so nice to work on something more challenging that also had a really open brief! More footage from the collaboration to come over the next few weeks but I’ll leave you with this mesmerising bouncy bubble car for now.

jack-hudson:

Bobby and the Bubble Car

I’ve recently been working with the brilliant Joe Bichard on some short looped animations to be shown at Latitude festival this weekend. We also decided to make some fun gifs out of the work we produced and here’s one of them.

It was so nice to work on something more challenging that also had a really open brief! More footage from the collaboration to come over the next few weeks but I’ll leave you with this mesmerising bouncy bubble car for now.

Jack Frost - Dark Paradise
by me / phoenixleo
Be careful, for there lives an odd boy of winter who will take your breath away if you get too close. And he will drag you to your cold paradise, singing you lullabies. Perhaps…
On deviantART

Jack Frost - Dark Paradise

by me / phoenixleo

Be careful, for there lives an odd boy of winter who will take your breath away if you get too close. And he will drag you to your cold paradise, singing you lullabies. Perhaps…

On deviantART

(Source: phoenixleo)


The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Mark Simonetti.

The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Mark Simonetti.

(Source: jinx-effect, via iamtheitsybitsyspider)