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thedsgnblog:

Yema Yema   |   http://behance.net/yemayema

My name is Mercedes Crespo, and many of the lovely internet peeps know me as YemaYema. I am originally from Guayaquil, Ecuador but currently live in Marietta, GA, USA. I graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005 and since have begin my freelance career. Ive had the opportunity to work with wonderful people as well as collaborate. I’m very self-motivated, fast problem solver and enjoy working in a team or alone.

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wbsloan:

Hey everybody. If you have a minute, go vote here for my picture so I can have a shot at winning $5000. Also, if you have a great shot of the Empire State Building, enter one for yourself. Thanks again for the help. 

To vote: Click on the yellow thumbs up on the right hand side of the screen. 

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The best is the silent.

flickeringmuse:

20/50 films with beautiful cinematography (in no particular order)

300 (2006)

directed by zack snyder

Source: flickeringmuse

jtotheizzoe:

chazmcintyre:

Animatus is the name of a series of installations by Korean artist Hyungkoo Lee. Based in Seoul, he takes imaginary animals with fantasy to create false skeletons in resin.

These are wonderfully hilarious, but it’s important to remember that they are influenced by actual animal physiology. Lee uses a combination of real animal bones and synthetic structures to build them.

See more at his website, including Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner.

Bonus: Be sure not to miss Jason Freeny’s Lego anatomy sculptures, which are equally awesome.

Source: minch.org

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Source: marlassinger

Source: the-fame-factory