April 13, 2014
scandinaviancollectors:

The National Maritime Union Building (now the Maritime Hotel, 1966), New York, by Albert C. Ledner. / Flickr

scandinaviancollectors:

The National Maritime Union Building (now the Maritime Hotel, 1966), New York, by Albert C. Ledner. / Flickr

April 13, 2014
blackpicture:

René Maltête Boucher (1960)

EDLUNDART: What an amazing picture. It’s both a slice-of-life street scene and a realistic portrait of an impossibility.

blackpicture:

René Maltête
Boucher (1960)

EDLUNDART: What an amazing picture. It’s both a slice-of-life street scene and a realistic portrait of an impossibility.

April 12, 2014

ianjq:

steven expressions, episodes 1-10

SU is never going to be a show that adheres to static, lifeless stock expressions. it’s a CARTOON and we do not apologize.

EDLUNDART: Right on! I admire that approach, even if my own projects have tended toward more strict, pre-drawn/stock expressions. It’s always a challenge as a lone animator to create enough variety to keep the attention of the audience, while still managing to move forward on your project and produce enough seconds per day to ever reach the goal-line… these variations are really well executed as they don’t feel slavish at all, but still they’re not SO crazy that you don’t recognize the character from one moment to the next.

April 12, 2014
scandinaviancollectors:

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) with Hamilton P. Smith (b. 1925), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1963-1966. / Pinterest

EDLUNDART: I love the way the concrete doesn’t parallel the angle of the stairs, but instead meets them at the ground level. Geometrically really interesting — heavy, yet dynamic.

scandinaviancollectors:

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) with Hamilton P. Smith (b. 1925), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1963-1966. / Pinterest

EDLUNDART: I love the way the concrete doesn’t parallel the angle of the stairs, but instead meets them at the ground level. Geometrically really interesting — heavy, yet dynamic.

April 8, 2014

This new EP is the result of a challenge issued to myself — could I make something worthwhile using cheap drum machine sounds for percussion? What about some synth bass samples? I got into a Casio mood and wrote melodies that often echo the cheesiness of the sounds used, yet attempt to stumble upon a dynamic surprise here and there. It was fun making these soundscapes into my cup of tea, by adding in guitars, more natural drum samples, and various other instruments.

Check out the EDLUNDART music page.

April 7, 2014

zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata

What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.

By: Dean O’Callaghan

(via staceythinx)

April 7, 2014
The first redesign of edlundart.com since 2010 has launched! If it’s not better than your site, it’s most likely bigger! I aimed for stupidly simple, stupidly huge, and made it mobile friendly in the least responsive (ie complex) way imaginable. Enjoy!

The first redesign of edlundart.com since 2010 has launched! If it’s not better than your site, it’s most likely bigger! I aimed for stupidly simple, stupidly huge, and made it mobile friendly in the least responsive (ie complex) way imaginable. Enjoy!

April 5, 2014

(Source: homedsgn.com, via luxuryon)

April 5, 2014
scandinaviancollectors:

IRVING PENN, Miles Davis hand and trumpet. New York (1986). / blackpicture

scandinaviancollectors:

IRVING PENN, Miles Davis hand and trumpet. New York (1986). / blackpicture

April 4, 2014

nevver:

3D vector drawings, Maxim Shkret

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