flyartproductions:

Now I’m here
Self-Portrait (1889), Vincent van Gogh / Started from the Bottom, Drake
explore-blog:

Litographs – classic works of literature upcycled into beautiful prints made of the full text of each book, benefiting global literacy. Pictured here, Melville’s Moby-Dick.
flavorpill:

Gorgeous buildings made out of books 
praegravo:

Northern Whale, by Lora8
heyoscarwilde:

nothing wasted
photograph by Nano Abdulla :: via flickr.com
nevver:

What we’re reading
anthropologie:

An aerial view of Dutch tulip fields. Nature makes modern art!
Via: Iran Proud
must-be-the-monet:

Claude MonetSainte Lazare Train Station, 1877French, The Art Institute of Chicago 
1953romanholiday:

André Derain - Houses of Parliament, 1905

newyorker:

Cover Story: The Very Patient Subway Angel

Carter Goodrich first sent us a version of this week’s cover more than a dozen years ago. (The subway angel was reading a newspaper.) Goodrich also draws children’s books; the second volume in the “Zorro” series will be published in May, and he’s at work on a third. He also does character design for animated films, including “Shrek,” “Finding Nemo,” and “Brave,” which Pixar is set to release in June. Designing animated characters is a lot like drawing a New Yorker cover, he says, in that “a single image must convey several layers of information, or storytelling, in order to be successful.”

Click through for more of Goodrich’s character designs: http://nyr.kr/uwEMfs

Opaque  by  andbamnan