As a licensed pharmacist cat, Phil should’ve known the lortab would have an adverse reaction on him.
Paige Smith, an artist who works under the moniker A Common Name, creates awesome 3D street art installations in the form of resin sculptures that mimic crystals and other geological formations. The walls of brick buildings, drainpipes, and other ordinary public structures and surfaces appear to contain beautiful geodes - Urban Geodes. These enchanting installations have been embedded throughout Los Angeles and Paige has mapped their locations on the A Common Name website.
“‘Geodes’ in the city and the ones you find in nature have a parallel aspect — they are unexpected treasures,” said A Common Name. “You might go hunting for treasures but you generally happen upon them during your adventures or casual interaction with the environment. I enjoy the fact that many people will not notice these, but some astute people will; that these will not last forever and the weather will affect them as naturally as it might in nature.”
This is so awesome! Everything should be a geode!!
Are these new images of distant planets and moons taken with a powerful satellite telescope? Nope! Proving that beauty can be found in the most unexpected and humble places, Norwegian photographer Christopher Jonassen photographed the well-worn bottoms of frying pans for an awesome series entitled Devour.
Head over to Christopher Jonassen’s website to view the entire series and more.
I’ll do a drawing on Monday. Reblogs and likes count and the drawing will be random. Make sure you have asks turned on as I will need to get in contact with the winner.
The pack will most likely include a small painting, some doodles, a note pad and maybe some toys or something. It’s kind of up in the air.
I need some cool art for my new apartment :)
The coolest thing I have ever created! Bronze cube with inside sterling spin able cube!
Exciting jewelry thing are about to happen! Cubes! (Taken with instagram)