Guess what! 1200 Posters is back, and if you missed out on grabbing my poster the first time around, now’s your chance! Buy it here. Also, The Creative Action Network is now accepting submissions for new posters too.
If you’re curious, you can check out my original process post for this piece from way back in 2011. (yeesh time flies!)
Buy all of Kali’s art, all the time.
My new life goal is to live in a floating Island house thing.
Agony in the Garden - Harry Clarke
Via: Danny of Holidays Around Ireland, an Irish tourism portal for tourists and service providers alike.
When I was in Ireland a couple years ago, I visited the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork, and saw the work of Harry Clarke. A lot of it was this beautiful but pretty vanilla stained art work… but then also this:
His drawings make me think of Yoshitaka Amano meets Eagon Shiele, so weird, so cool.
Most people consider mushrooms to be the small, ugly cousins of the plant kingdom, but theirs is surprisingly beautiful and wonderful world waiting to be explored. These beautiful mushrooms, captured by enthusiastic nature photographers, are a far cry from the ones you find in the woods or your local grocery store.
Most mushrooms, as we know them, are actually just the reproductive structure of the fungus they belong to – their fungal networks expand far further underground, and some fungi don’t even sprout the sort of mushrooms that we’re used to seeing. In fact, depending on your definition of “organism,” the largest living organism in the world is a fungus – there’s a honey mushroom colony in Oregon that occupies about 2,000 acres of land! ( Bored Panda )