1. theonlymagicleftisart:

    So what’s the deal with #ART03?

    So here’s the deal faithful followers. I’ve had to make a few changes to my Quarterly boxes. Instead of $50, they’re now $30. Because of the price cut I have decided to only focus on one artist per box. 

    Since I’ve received quite a few requests to include my Polaroid photography in future shipments I’ve decided the next box will revolve around a beautiful hardcover 38 page Photo book of all of my most popular Polaroids I’ve shot. It will be designed and printed by our friends at Social Print Studio.

    To be clear, I’ve never released any of my photos for sale anywhere before besides a physical show I had back in January 2012 in San Francisco.

    If this is something you are interested in do not hesitate to get my next Quarterly box because there are limited quantities and it will sell out quick. 

    There are two options. You can simply buy ONLY the next box. Or you may do a continuous subscription in which you will receive a different artist every 3 months.

    Click here to secure your copy.

    Also, one lucky subscriber will receive a free POLAROID CAMERA and a pack of IMPOSSIBLE FILM in addition to their subscription!

    Here, Here and Here.

    Next box ships out in August

  2. nickanimationstudio:

    "Nickelodeon Nostalgia" by NAS Storyboard Artist Aaron Austin

    I’ve been at Nickelodeon for about 3 months now, and I wanted to make something that paid homage to the Nickelodeon cartoons I grew up with. It’s amazing how much a cartoon can mean to you even after so many years. I’m so grateful I have the opportunity to help create shows for today’s kids!” -Aaron

    (via 90s90s90s)

  3. theonlymagicleftisart:

    Facebook / Edward Hopper Mash-Ups by Nastya Nudnik

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    The Only Magic Left is Art Quarterly Boxes are now $50 $30! Click here.

  4. antiblogs:

"Samurai" #yaia #sur #0341 #pencilsupremacy

    antiblogs:

    "Samurai" #yaia #sur #0341 #pencilsupremacy

    (via thecapitanpics)

  5. 80s-90s-stuff:

90s video game ad for Crime Wave, 1990

    80s-90s-stuff:

    90s video game ad for Crime Wave, 1990

    (Source: cgwmuseum.org)

  6. pinkfloydianslip:

The cover of Pink Floyd’s Meddle is difficult for some to determine what exactly they are looking at, especially as cover art has gone from LP sleeves to CD inserts and finally to MP3 thumbnails on smartphone screens. It’s an extreme close-up of an ear superimposed by rippling waves of water. The idea for the cover came from the band, who were on tour in Japan and could only describe it to Storm Thorgerson by international phone call. (Storm’s original idea was a close-up photo of a baboon’s ass, which the band overruled.) Although he delivered something resembling what the Floyd had asked for, Storm was dissatisfied with the result. He said “I think Meddle is a much better album than its cover,” and his Hipgnosis partner Aubrey Powell agreed, “I don’t think we did them justice with that at all; it’s half-hearted.”

    pinkfloydianslip:

    The cover of Pink Floyd’s Meddle is difficult for some to determine what exactly they are looking at, especially as cover art has gone from LP sleeves to CD inserts and finally to MP3 thumbnails on smartphone screens. It’s an extreme close-up of an ear superimposed by rippling waves of water. The idea for the cover came from the band, who were on tour in Japan and could only describe it to Storm Thorgerson by international phone call. (Storm’s original idea was a close-up photo of a baboon’s ass, which the band overruled.) Although he delivered something resembling what the Floyd had asked for, Storm was dissatisfied with the result. He said “I think Meddle is a much better album than its cover,” and his Hipgnosis partner Aubrey Powell agreed, “I don’t think we did them justice with that at all; it’s half-hearted.”

    (via everybodyneedspinkfloyd)

  7. red-hot-universe:

    Pink Floyd- Careful with that Axe Eugene (1972)

    (via a-nobodyman-with-nobodypeople)

  8. Pink Floyd talking in great depth about oysters (Live at Pompeii, 1972).

    (Source: mcfffartney, via one-of-my-turns)

  9. I held the blade in trembling hands
    Prepared to make it but just then the phone rang
    I never had the nerve to make the final cut.

    Sebastian. 17. Argentina. Metal/Punk/Metalcore/HxC/Pink Floyd/Tool.