runwiththegoldenwolf:

Forever morphing for Adult Swim
goldenwolf.tv

runwiththegoldenwolf:

Forever morphing for Adult Swim

goldenwolf.tv

lonelysandwich:

Could this be the precursor to the Apple logo?

I shot a little commercial in Paris last week, and the best thing I saw was a little place called La Galcante, an antique periodical shop packed full of vintage French magazines, postcards, promotional stills, it was delicious.

And a stack of magazines caught my attention. First, it was named the same as me. Second, it was basically a French Playboy published from 1925-1973. (This is the only Wikipedia entry I could find.) And I when I leafed through it, I found something that astonished me: its logo was our beloved Apple logo, but published WAY before the founding of Apple Computer. The bite is even from the same side of the apple.

I mean, the mythology of the apple being what is, it makes sense how two companies could end up here. It makes even more sense for a girlie mag. But still, a little piece of tech history? I left with four issues, lmk if you want to borrow them.

by aoki tetsuo

by aoki tetsuo

supersonicart:

Conrad Jon Godly.

The painterly work of Conrad Jon Godly is created with thick strokes (Which sometimes drip off the canvas) of paint that form the apex of mountainous landscapes.  Somewhat abstract in the initial process and upon viewing up close, stepping back is all it takes for the pleasing scene to come into focus:

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