Tuesday, August 18, 2015

~ 13 Wild Horror Posters For Your Enjoyment ~ [feedly]



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~ 13 Wild Horror Posters For Your Enjoyment ~
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It's time for a change up pitch from Tabonga! Today is just pure eye candy with 13 eye-catching posters that will make your eyeballs pop with pleasure, so, here ya' go...

You can't beat some of these Hammer double bill posters, this one here for example!

Look at this strange Euro poster for THE MONSTER THAT CHALLENGED THE WORLD, pretty weird... I mean, like, it's a freakin' water monster for cripes sake!!

Wow, that red background really makes this one pop for REVENGE OF THE CREATURE.

And, how about this rare British poster for THE FLY, I wonder if it's for a re-release showing.

It's not every day you see such a kitschy poster for GODZILLA, King of the Monsters!

The artwork for this TEENAGE MONSTER poster reminds me of the fifties Beacon paperback sex novel covers!

Love this great looking Euro poster for I, DOCTOR JEKYLL.

Definitely one of the best poster from the movie, ISLAND OF TERROR!

One Hell of a poster, translation is NIGHT OF THE UNDEAD.

This one cracks me up, it's for THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION. Makes me wonder what the kids in Japan must have thought when they saw this turkey for the first time! Like, you know, compared to MATANGO!

I think this poster is from Turkey, and, I'm pretty sure it has something to do with an octopus.

A really nice Asian poster from DAY OF THE DEAD...

We'll end with this great poster I think from the YOKAI MONSTERS series, have fun kids!

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martinlkennedy: Peter Jones - Omnivore (1976) from his... [feedly]



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martinlkennedy: Peter Jones - Omnivore (1976) from his...
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martinlkennedy:

Peter Jones - Omnivore (1976) from his restrospective art book 'Solar Wind' (1980)


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translucentmind: The Pawns of Null A, 1960 // Ed Emshwiller [feedly]



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translucentmind: The Pawns of Null A, 1960 // Ed Emshwiller
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translucentmind:

The Pawns of Null A, 1960 // Ed Emshwiller


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Hsin-Yao Tseng [feedly]



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Hsin-Yao Tseng
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Hsin-Yao Tseng
Originally from Taipei, Taiwan, Hsin-Yao Tseng studied painting in the U.S. at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

Tseng varies his approach, from refined and finished to loosely gestural, often with areas of the canvas left unpainted. At times he combines the two approaches to superb effect, with a refined subject appearing to emerge out of areas of the composition that are brief suggestions of the continuation of a figure or landscape.

Some of his pieces are rendered in brusque textural chunks of paint, thickly applied and adding motion with directional strokes. In addition to the images on Tseng's website, and the galleries listed below, there are some high-resolution images of his work on Art Renewal, in which you can better see his paint application and textural surface.

Throughout, Tseng adeptly utilizes nuanced control of values and variation in edges to direct the eye and make the compositional elements cohere in a way that makes the relationship of the finished and unfinished areas blend with a natural grace.

Hsin-Yao Tseng's work will be featured in a solo exhibition at the Waterhouse Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA that opens on October 10, 2015.


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It's Nice That | A visit to Christoph Niemann's studio, where he's "making imperfections fun" [feedly]



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It's Nice That | A visit to Christoph Niemann's studio, where he's "making imperfections fun"
http://www.itsnicethat.com/features/christoph-niemann-berlin-studio-interview
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Welder Scott Raabe Places Interlocking Patterns of Molten Metal Between Pipes [feedly]



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Welder Scott Raabe Places Interlocking Patterns of Molten Metal Between Pipes
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For Scott Raabe, his craft lies is in the very fine details—the intersection between pipes and other cuts of metal one might typically glance over without a second thought. It's in these fine crevices that Raabe welds layered patterns, using his seven years of expertise to create interlocking designs that seem to glow a metallic rainbow sheen after being welded. For the layperson, typical welding this is not.

Raabe started out as a small parts and custom welder for a production company after graduating from Texas State Technical College. In addition to creating unique patterns during his day job as a pipe fitter and welder, he also creates more elaborate commissions including large roses and butterflies on his site Clean Cut Metal Works. You can see more of Raabe's work on his Instagram. (via Twisted Sifter)

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