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"And hence the universe was created, with brilliance of color and an explosion that struck like thunder. Shades of purples, blues, yellows, and reds danced about the newly-found heavens, the sea of gases and meteors. And it never stopped growing; it never will."
Designed in PSE 9.0.
Discrepancies in Our Skies
"The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in ourselves."
A girl must follow her own path, not the path set out in front of her.
She must break free, break through, and see the stars as she's never seen them before; as a guide to the life she intends to follow.
Designed in PSE 9.0.
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Our universe; infinite, expanding, mysterious.
Each star falling over another, fit like a jigsaw puzzle, nestled into the milky blues, whites, and purples.
Our universe; infinite, expanding, perfectly clear.
A digital collage of three photographs taken of our beloved home; our sky, our galaxy, our universe. Well, scientifically, just the universe.
Anyhow; I made this in Photoshop by taking a tumbling block pattern and replacing the plain colors with galactic photographs to give it a puzzling, 3-dimensional, sci-fi feel.
“Hope” is the thing with feathers -
That perches in the soul -
And sings the tune without the words -
And never stops - at all -
And sweetest - in the Gale - is heard -
And sore must be the storm -
That could abash the little Bird
That kept so many warm -
I’ve heard it in the chillest land -
And on the strangest Sea -
Yet - never - in Extremity,
It asked a crumb - of me.
- Emily Dickinson
I used a photograph of a hand, a bird vector, a photograph of notebook paper, and a watercolor texture to put this together (digitally).
It soars into the heavens above,
flying higher and higher,
bright against the pale blue skies.
I made this a couple months ago in art class; watercolor, white crayon, and colored pencils.
After watching the short film "Paperman," I fell in love with and became inspired by paper airplanes. Ever since, they've been a big icon for me.
The original artwork was photographed and then digitally brightened so that the final product is as close to the original one as possible :)
The glass bottles clinked together, the sound of happiness and the smell of teenage stench wafting throughout the party. It was supposed to be fun, and it was fun until a scream pierced through the night and rattled all the party goers to an attentive halt.
He was dead, and in his hand was a bottle of Coca Cola with an anonymous note that said, "We've all drunken it. Now how long do we all have?"
A little book-cover spoof of a murderous Coca-Cola rampage :)
Enjoy, you cola-addicted art lovers!