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City with Eyes in Blue // Paul Lehr

mymodernmet:

In Miguel Chevalier’s installation Magic Carpets, the French artist transformed a former church space into a mesmerizing spectacle of sound and lights. He used digital technology to project a variety of multicolored light patterns and mosaics, inspired by Islamic art, across the floor. As viewers walked throughout the space, the interactive designs adjusted and changed in unpredictable movements to create a direct dialogue between individuals and the surrounding space.

handa:

500px: - Black cat by Burcin Tarhan
kellerprocess:

marazazel:

lunar-lavender:

HUGE BABYBIG KITTY
EEEEEEEEEEEEEE

PAWS
BIG
FLOOFY
PAWPIEPAWS

bigpaw cat

kellerprocess:

marazazel:

lunar-lavender:

HUGE BABY
BIG KITTY

EEEEEEEEEEEEEE

PAWS

BIG

FLOOFY

PAWPIEPAWS

bigpaw cat

(Source: best-of-imgur, via jollityfarm)

(Source: sennenkoi, via instinctualization)

R D Burman - O Meri Jaan Main Ne Kaha (from The Train (1970))  

Camp It up Indian style…..

fantagraphics:

To celebrate the publication of The High Fidelity Art of Jim Flora, our fourth anthology of Jim Flora artwork — and one which features all of Flora’s known album covers — the infamous Mambo for Cats is dancing yet again!
Although the original print run sold out last year, a new revived edition is now available. It’s about album-cover size (40% smaller than the original screen print), and is produced on different paper with different inks thru an entirely different printing process (inkjet, or giclée). One other significant difference: the screen print was on cream-colored stock; the giclée stock is white. 
Pounce on the limited edition launch price while you can!

fantagraphics:

To celebrate the publication of The High Fidelity Art of Jim Flora, our fourth anthology of Jim Flora artwork — and one which features all of Flora’s known album covers — the infamous Mambo for Cats is dancing yet again!

Although the original print run sold out last year, a new revived edition is now available. It’s about album-cover size (40% smaller than the original screen print), and is produced on different paper with different inks thru an entirely different printing process (inkjet, or giclée). One other significant difference: the screen print was on cream-colored stock; the giclée stock is white. 

Pounce on the limited edition launch price while you can!

(Source: generic-art, via 2headedsnake)

quianaa2001:

oni-queen:

jacksonspace:

thesecretkeith:

I was about to reblog this, when I looked up and noticed my cat was just staring at this cucumber on my kitchen table

Interesting.

Scientist cats.

My cat is staring at the CD rack. 

Cats forever: The FUCK?

(Source: theamericankid, via roborange)

nekkonezumi:

Nuit