Morgana Hardy

This is a collection of my work and work that inspires me.

razorshapes:

Kate MccGwire - Fume (2007)

"In ‘Fume’, Kate literally and metaphorically plays with fire; a hole burnt into the pages of a hand-made book resembles an inverted flower. The unexpected beauty and fragility of the incinerated pages, however, is subverted by the heresy of the action."

(via elucipher)

maihudson:

yosuke amemiya

maihudson:

yosuke amemiya

(via weyoume)

Radiant Green on the mill

anomaly1:

gang0fwolves:

thecogsofmycranium:

A’shop

Holy shit

wow

(via scienceofshrock)

aleyma:

Pewabic Pottery, Bottle, c.1917 (source).

aleyma:

Pewabic Pottery, Bottle, c.1917 (source).

design-is-fine:

Pierre-Joseph Redouté, Still Life with Roses and Anemone, 1832. Watercolor on Vellum. Paris.
Redouté gained international recognition as the “Raphael of flowers” while serving as court painter to Empress Josephine. His magnum opus Les Roses was a landmark work of botanical watercolors. Source

design-is-fine:

Pierre-Joseph Redouté, Still Life with Roses and Anemone, 1832. Watercolor on Vellum. Paris.

Redouté gained international recognition as the “Raphael of flowers” while serving as court painter to Empress Josephine. His magnum opus Les Roses was a landmark work of botanical watercolors. Source

(via toomanytearsivecriedforyou)

vfrankmd:

sosuperawesome:

Extreme close-ups of human eyes by Suren Manvelyan

Windows to the soul.

(Source: sosuperawesome, via pbsdigitalstudios)

Honored to be on @drawingdeadart Gabriel Londis’ #oilpaint palette. We spy @trekell_art_supplies too!

printeresting:

blackheartpress: hafenzimmer: Die Sendung mit der Maus - Siebdruck 1976, A silk screen video from the 70’s.

(Source: youtube.com)