1. Dawn I by João Ruas

  2. Mark McCloud, The World’s Leading Collector Of LSD ‘Blotter’

    At 13 Mark Cloud tried acid in Santa Barbara, an experience that merited the epic summation: “I was blind, but then I could see.”

    It wasn’t until then, around 1968, that acid imagery became popular and McCloud started collecting and cataloguing the many acid stamps he encountered.

    “At first I was keeping them in the freezer, which was a problem because I kept eating them,” McCloud explained to VICE, “but then the Albert Hofmann acid came out, and then I thought, Fuck, I’m framing this. That’s when I realized, Hey, if I try to swallow this I’ll choke on the frame.”

    Today, Mark McCloud is the world’s leading collector of “Blotter Art” (the fancy way of saying that he collects the small, stamp-like papers that used to transport acid, or LSD). McCloud’s collection, one that is bigger and more varied that those owned by the FBI and DEA, is now hanging in his Victorian home in San Francisco- a home turned museum that you should definitely visit!

    (Source: thebolditalic.com)

  3. George Clooney Gets the Kusama Polka Dot Treatment for W Mag

    (Source: verycoolphotoblog.com)

  6. Dubrovnik, Croatia

  7. Milieu / Karan Singh

  8. A series of single artworks created for Canadian producer, Pat Lok’s 2014 releases; ‘Move Slow’, ‘Needy’ and ‘Could Be Mine’.

    (Source: wakeupmrsingh.com)

  9. Inspired partly by H. G. Wells’ famous science fiction novel The Island of Doctor Moreau, Andrea Mastrovito’s The Island of Dr. Mastrovito and The Island of Dr. Mastrovito II were installed at Governors Island in New York in 2010.

    (Source: ondabed)

  10. Randy Scott Slavin’s series, Alternative Perspectives, he takes ordinary landscapes and turns them into topsy-turvy, mind-bending sights.

  12. Sleeper - Rob Pybus

  13. "Tons De Berry" (+)

    Marie Claire Brazil, April 2014 
    photographer: Gui Paganini
    Ana Claudia Michels

    (Source: csebastian)

  14. Silvia Grav‘s Spooky Portraits

  15. Steel Landscape by Cecilia Vissers