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patbradbury:

Here is my drawing for the ‘When I grow up…’ Exhibition.
I spent the first half of my life wanting to explore the foreign wilderness, this was then superseded by skateboarding thanks to this man. 
The exhibition is at The Grand Parade building in Brighton and opens this thursday at 6pm.
Also don’t forget to sponsor out 24 hour drawing!  

not having anything to make music on sucks, it leads me to do bad shit. gf says I should paint

pootee:

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mercvre:

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tacanderson:

3D Art Meets Prosthetics: Student Creates Beautiful 3D Printed Prosthetic Arm for Friend
An architecture design student decides to make some awesome prosthetics for his friend. I love seeing this.
Most people missing limbs are, understandably, very self conscious about it. I remember a war buddy of my dad’s that had one of those hooks that also worked like pinchers. Scared the crap out of me as a kid. (It didn’t help that he once threatened to grab my nose with it. I think he was just trying to make a joke, I didn’t laugh.)
But as people create something customized and beautiful it allows them to not feel like they have to hide it. And in another 5-10 years, I’d be surprised if we didn’t see people with commercially viable, artificial limbs that are superior in many ways to the real thing. 
ianconnorsrevenge:

"Outta Mustard"
2013 Acrylic and enamel on canvas
32 x 56 inches
Cameron Spratley