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October 16 2016

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Józef Mroszczak - poster for “Le diable au corps”/”Diabeł wcielony” (1947)

August 27 2016

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freshfoam:

Art Work by Kekai Kotaki

August 14 2016

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socialpsychopathblr:

Designer: Agnieszka Osipa

August 10 2016

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architecture-drawings:

Ferdinando Galli Bibiena

July 22 2016

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dutch-and-flemish-painters:

geritsel:

Carel Willink - paintings

Albert Carel Willink (7 March 1900 – 19 October 1983) was a Dutch painter who called his style of Magic realism “imaginary realism”.

July 19 2016

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Found here: https://pl.pinterest.com/pin/356980707944629292/ seems to have been deleted from tumblr so I repost

April 10 2016

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April 02 2016

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elcubodepalomitas:

Alternative Posters,hoy:

“The Cell”

de Tarsem Singh ( 2000 ).

23:05

March 27 2016

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licornelle:

hajandradeye:

Yoshitaka Amano [source]

Wow

March 12 2016

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the-man-who-sold-za-warudo:

couragebatou:

ohgiornodarling:

samehat:

A young Hideki Kamiya, the creator of Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe, and Bayonetta (via Derek)

i understand now.

Holy shit.

He was born S rank stylish

February 07 2016

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coitusandcarnage:

Possession, 1981

February 05 2016

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August 09 2015

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Alice in Wonderland for Commodore 64

July 19 2015

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edgarbaader:

Wałkuski

I wonder if it’s some early concept or maybe just a different version?

July 06 2015

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Deep Dream

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Very informative article first.

Artificial Neural Networks used by Google are taught, by feeding them thousands of photos, to recognize various things (dogs, for instance). The way of testing if a Network learned the right thing, is feeding it a random picture (or just pure pixel noise) and asking to intensify any shapes that it can see - and it can see only what it was tought to see. That way, we can check if Network has learned the thing correctly.

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…Or if we made a mistake and it now thinks that hands are part of dumbbells.

Google has made the code (called Deep Dream) public. There is also a website that let’s one create his own pictures. This particular Network seems to be taught to recognize dogs, but there are also lot of other types, for example - buildings and landscapes:

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There is also an online live generator that recognizes about thousand different things (more about and more cool pictures here).

My favorites so far:

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Not only humans see shapes in clouds; Alice in Wonderland, anyone?

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I will never eat donut again in my life.

June 25 2015

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gabrielkardis:

Blue - by Gabriel Kardis

June 24 2015

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zachthemermaid:

eurotrottest:

beepbeepblurp:

jerkstyles:

seebeyondthesex:

helloootricksterr:

12-gauge-rage:

The Earth is lumpy.

I was not aware of this. thank you

this makes so much sense but it makes me so uncomfortable 

i wish i hadn’t seen this

One time my bf was telling me about people who argue about intelligent creation by saying “the earth is perfectly round!” And I said “but it isn’t!” And he was so proud of me

okay so im just learning this

yet another unrealistic expectation for planets

Hey, you all realize that this is not what the Earth really looks like, right? This is a model called “Potsdam Gravity Potato“ and it represents differencies in gravity pull around the earth and is by no means a realistic depiction of the Earth shape! With ~10km highest point, 10km lowest point on the surface and diameter of ~10,000km Earth is as smooth as the smoothest balls we use.
References:
Potsdam Gravity Potato: http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Gravity_is_climate_10_years_of_climate_research_satellites_GRACE_999.html
Earth’s smoothness: http://qr.ae/7Pjnli
Or just look at the photos of the Earth: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Earth_seen_from_Apollo_17.jpg

June 21 2015

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The Royal Natural History (public library | public domain) by English naturalist, geologist, and writer Richard Lydekker, originally published in 1893.

March 09 2015

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