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TIMBLR

My name is Tim, this blog is basically a collection of things I find and want to see again, for Inspiration or whatever other reason. I'm an artist and a product design major, and I only reblog my favorite works here. If you'd like to see more of my work I have a blog dedicated to that, and a link to it below. I'd appreciate your viewing greatly, enjoy.

I enjoy all forms of art, but I have a special interest in psychedelic works, anything fluorescent, dark works, and conceptual work. I'm a longboard dancer, and I make my own boards. I'm a gamer with a bit too much time logged in Minecraft and Halo. I listen to nearly all types of music, and love the strangest movies I can find, which I run a blog dedicated to streaming what I've watched, with a link to that below as well. (but I don't keep it up as well as I should.)

Email: TimFedermann@hotmail.com

My Art Blog


Fuck Yeah Freak Flicks
Oct 20 '14

(Source: pisscord)

Oct 14 '14

mfjr:

by Nick Lepard

Oct 14 '14

therhumboogie:

By Caleb Brown, the New York-based artist paints these amazing surreal scenes, combining hyper-realistic animals with unusual landscapes. The piece with the otters has to be my favourite. 

Oct 14 '14
Oct 13 '14
Oct 12 '14
Oct 11 '14
excdus:

The Emperors, WY
David Pirrie

excdus:

The Emperors, WY

David Pirrie

Oct 9 '14

(Source: larvalhex)

Oct 9 '14
Oct 6 '14

2headedsnake:

Sara Andreasson

(Source: saraandreasson.se)

Oct 3 '14

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Chris Wood

Dichroic glass

Dichroic (meaning two colour) is an optical coating that selectively reflects certain wavelengths  of light and allows the remaining wavelengths to transmit through.Developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation, dichroic glass, with its striking visual qualities, has been used in a variety of scientific and industrial applications.

The material shifts from being reflective like a golden mirror to vibrantly coloured or almost transparent, depending upon the viewpoint and angle of light. It is a material that very eloquently expresses the magic of the phenomenon of light.

Via Colossal

and Synaptic Stimuli

Oct 3 '14
Oct 2 '14
zizzerzazzerzuzz:

Iranian or Syrian dagger with scabbard [late 17th or early 18th century]

zizzerzazzerzuzz:

Iranian or Syrian dagger with scabbard [late 17th or early 18th century]

Oct 2 '14
Oct 2 '14

(Source: ripndiplivefeed)