you need to see this. 

trincess:

The Starry Night by Van Gogh Inspired

Unreal.

makeyourscene:

 Miguel Endara photocopied his fathers head, it isn’t as cruel as it may sound….once he has the image he then painstakingly turns it into an illustration using one dots. From the first point to the finished work of artists needed 210 hours. This is really similar to the amazing work of one Joe Welden

theabsolution:

World Map Painting

theabsolution:

World Map Painting

bbook:

This raises the question: What exactly do we like so much about drama?  Why do people like Dan and me, who have no real strife–who have the use  of all our limbs and are not starving on the street–create fictional  situations to make our lives more dramatic? Do some people need drama in  their lives like others need extreme sports? Are Dan and I just bungee  jumping every night on stage?

It’s possible that Dan and I pursue theater for two, virtually opposite  reasons. I might enjoy drama because it resembles the way I view the  world–that is, through a heightened state of argument and debate. The  eternally nasty George and Martha of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? recall an average Tuesday night for my girlfriend and me. Dan, on the  other hand, might enjoy drama because it provides him with a new way  to interact with the world. For him, George and Martha are foreign  creatures whose psyches are fascinating to explore for a few hours each  night.

Actor & Playwright Jesse Eisenberg on the Thrill of the Stage

bbook:

This raises the question: What exactly do we like so much about drama? Why do people like Dan and me, who have no real strife–who have the use of all our limbs and are not starving on the street–create fictional situations to make our lives more dramatic? Do some people need drama in their lives like others need extreme sports? Are Dan and I just bungee jumping every night on stage?
It’s possible that Dan and I pursue theater for two, virtually opposite reasons. I might enjoy drama because it resembles the way I view the world–that is, through a heightened state of argument and debate. The eternally nasty George and Martha of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? recall an average Tuesday night for my girlfriend and me. Dan, on the other hand, might enjoy drama because it provides him with a new way to interact with the world. For him, George and Martha are foreign creatures whose psyches are fascinating to explore for a few hours each night.
Actor & Playwright Jesse Eisenberg on the Thrill of the Stage