Still up to no good.

Kalai.

Fine Arts major in Advertising.

I love Science,
and Art.

I hate combing my hair.

I'm secretly a "Bird Lady."

And none of the photos are mine unless tagged as mine.

marinaesque:

Art Everywhere US. 50,000 advertising spaces taken over by fine art.
am prolly the last person on internet to find out about this! so amazing gaahh.

marinaesque:

the first wildlife photographs published by National Geographic back in 1906 were taken by George Shiras III, a politician by day and photographer by night.
To achieve his shots, Shiras pioneered a number of different photo-making methods. One was to float silently across water in complete darkness. When he heard rustling nearby, he would point his camera system and snap a flash photograph in that direction.

marinaesque:

bonus detail of the Del Toro characters. i wanted to draw a Kaiju but then though Pan is already kind of a kaiju anyway.

marinaesque:

bonus detail of the Del Toro characters. i wanted to draw a Kaiju but then though Pan is already kind of a kaiju anyway.

asylum-art:

Acacia Johnson

her series ‘Aialik’, Acacia Johnson explores northern environments, wilderness, and the human relationship to nature. The images present a mysterious, ethereal world of water and mist inhabited solely by women.

Photographed throughout the course of a summer in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park, Aialik captures the dreamlike quality that Acacia Johnson finds so prevalent in northern places. She states: “These images allow me to draw viewers into this world of surreal wetlands, shaping their own distinct narratives about these women, their lives, and their world.”

(via asylum-art)