crashinglybeautiful:

Yu Chengyou, “Night in a Small Village,” multi-block woodcut, printed with oil-based ink, 1984. From The Revolving Moon: 25 Prints from China, via: 50 Watts, and with thanks to Wood s Lot.

crashinglybeautiful:

Yu Chengyou, “Night in a Small Village,” multi-block woodcut, printed with oil-based ink, 1984. From The Revolving Moon: 25 Prints from China, via: 50 Watts, and with thanks to Wood s Lot.

(via 50watts)

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Josh Arlington:

Don’t look up. 

Josh Arlington:

Don’t look up. 

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Wintery poster for the Shins, by Jeff Proctor.

Happy Holidays!

Wintery poster for the Shins, by Jeff Proctor.

Happy Holidays!

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Rich Kelly:

Thanks to everyone that came out to the Distant Winter show. I met some amazing artists, collectors, and all around cool folks. A huge thanks goes out to Garry for putting this together and everyone who helped out at the gallery and promoted the show. What’s left of my prints and paintings are available at the gallery website. Have a look, I’m extremely proud of the work that I created for the show.

Rich Kelly:

Thanks to everyone that came out to the Distant Winter show. I met some amazing artists, collectors, and all around cool folks. A huge thanks goes out to Garry for putting this together and everyone who helped out at the gallery and promoted the show. What’s left of my prints and paintings are available at the gallery website. Have a look, I’m extremely proud of the work that I created for the show.

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Andy so Lovelly.

Andy so Lovelly.

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Ted McGrath, artist and musician in Brooklyn.

Chris Turnham, Snowy Tree Stumps.

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Evgenia Arbugaeva’s photographs of Siberian winter in a port town on the Arctic coast.

via Mike.

Source: The New York Times

Nich Hance McElroy has dropped olas. *via murmurandshout, atomic-oxygen.Happy 2012, by the way.

Nich Hance McElroy has dropped olas. *

via murmurandshout, atomic-oxygen.

Happy 2012, by the way.

(via captainsunbeam)

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Tattooist Thomas Hooper’s Winter Solstice mandalas.

Tattooist Thomas Hooper’s Winter Solstice mandalas.

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sbosma:

jonklassen:

This is for a book project called The Where, The What and The How: 75 Artists Illustrate the Wondrous Mysteries of the Universe that will be out next year sometime. I will post more details about it as it gets closer, but it looks like it’s going to be a good one.

I want Jon to build me a house out of icebergs.

I want to know why I haven’t been following Jon Klassen this entire time. *NB Also, there’s one for the reading list.

sbosma:

jonklassen:

This is for a book project called The Where, The What and The How: 75 Artists Illustrate the Wondrous Mysteries of the Universe that will be out next year sometime. I will post more details about it as it gets closer, but it looks like it’s going to be a good one.

I want Jon to build me a house out of icebergs.

I want to know why I haven’t been following Jon Klassen this entire time. *

NB Also, there’s one for the reading list.

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Artem Krepkiy.

Artem Krepkiy.

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Kacper Kowalski, photos of Poland in the winter.

via Lens and Mike.

Hannah Skoonberg concentrated until she became a printmaker.via finnclark.

Hannah Skoonberg concentrated until she became a printmaker.

via finnclark.

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As E. Jason Wambsgans took some of my favorite photographs of Chicago’s snowpocalypse, he thought of The Road and “a corny 1970s movie called Logan’s Run.”