October 2, 2014


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The Rookery. Burnham and Root. Completed in 1888. Frank Lloyd Wright redesigned the skylit lobby in 1905. Chicago, Illinois.
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The Rookery. Burnham and Root. Completed in 1888. Frank Lloyd Wright redesigned the skylit lobby in 1905. Chicago, Illinois.

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colleendoran:

Click the link for another glaring example of plagiarism by a gallery artist who thinks it’s OK to steal, as long as it’s from cartoonists.

I strongly disagree that there is any talent on display here. I don’t think plagiarism is ever a good look.

Here’s how this is done: take an image, run it through Photoshop filter. Print out on canvas. Paint by number.

That’s it.

Romance cover artists have been using a similar technique for decades, except they produce original work. They hire and dress models, take original photographs, do original backgrounds.

That is not what is happening here. This is plagiarism.

There’s a big difference between reference and plagiarism. Learn to make your own shit, OK?

So sick of people who use artists hard work as a shortcut. They want to call themselves an artist, play the role, push some paint around but don’t want to put in the time it takes to get good enough to start getting attention. Just steal, no one will ever notice…right?

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October 1, 2014



Bats produce “pings” or “clicks,” right? They make these high-pitched sounds, too high for us to hear, but when their cries ricochet off distant objects, the echoes tell them there’s a house over there, a tree in front of them, a moth flying over on the left. And so they “see” byecholocation. That’s their thing. They are famously good at it.
We all know this. But now, I want to tell you something you may not know. It turns out bats (some bats anyway) sing — sing uncannily, spookily, like songbirds, with the trilling, the chirping, as if they were nightingales.

Listen here. This is fascinating. 
via Batworld Sanctuary. 

Bats produce “pings” or “clicks,” right? They make these high-pitched sounds, too high for us to hear, but when their cries ricochet off distant objects, the echoes tell them there’s a house over there, a tree in front of them, a moth flying over on the left. And so they “see” byecholocation. That’s their thing. They are famously good at it.

We all know this. But now, I want to tell you something you may not know. It turns out bats (some bats anyway) sing — sing uncannily, spookily, like songbirds, with the trilling, the chirping, as if they were nightingales.

Listen here. This is fascinating. 

via Batworld Sanctuary

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Pauliina Hannuniemi - AKA: Pettryb

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arsenicinshell

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Nicola Hwang

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Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933)

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Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933)

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Steampunk Totoro

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Steampunk Totoro

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Spiral Staircase, Burgundy, France

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Spiral Staircase, Burgundy, France

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