A glimpse into what my eye is seeing

 

kellysue:

chiloconcarne:

shadowise:

A Lonely God - a series of slightly sad superhero posters.

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I’m in love with this

I was just talking to an artist yesterday about the tendency to crop things really close and tight in order to enhance drama.  If it’s overdone — which happens frequently with artists—you start to feel like you’re watching a movie through a hole in a sheet.  

Pull the camera out.  Be brave enough to let the reader orient. 

Occasionally, in the right moment, pull the camera way, way out even. How does that effect the emotional beat? 

A great design style for getting a close up, yet so far away look at superheroes.

beingblog:

The public’s trust in “organized religion” is on the decline. While wearying, Martin Marty says that these polls offer insights and lessons on how religious institutions must serve the public better.Read Professor Marty’s full commentary and offer your thoughts. I’m curious: how you interpret this trend and the larger implications?
~Trent Gilliss, senior editor

Interesting breakdown of American confidence in our various institutions.

beingblog:

The public’s trust in “organized religion” is on the decline. While wearying, Martin Marty says that these polls offer insights and lessons on how religious institutions must serve the public better.

Read Professor Marty’s full commentary and offer your thoughts. I’m curious: how you interpret this trend and the larger implications?

~Trent Gilliss, senior editor

Interesting breakdown of American confidence in our various institutions.

Off trail, following the sound of water.

Off trail, following the sound of water.

I totally watched Pulp Fiction the other day and started wondering this very thing.