The World's Major Cities... DestroyedMore Like This
What would the world's cities look like after the apocalypse? Belgian digital artist Jonas De Ro paints his vision of the end of the world.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
New York City, New York, United States
Hong Kong, China
Taipei Ruins by JonasDeRo
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Artists Tell Why (Kim's journal version)This is a journal feature of several artists from my group ArtistforNonviolence I asked them a set of questions about why they as artists make activist-type artwork. What inspires them to address certain topics in their art? What role do they fulfill by using their skills and platforms in this way? Here are the questions:More Like This
1- What is your relationship to your work? Is it a therapy, an exploration, a tool, etc?
2- What is the driving force behind your work?
3- What percentage of your work is based on activism/awareness issues? How does activism and awareness relate to your artistic goals as a whole?
4- Do you have and intention for the viewer of your work?
5- What is your ultimate goal in creating activist artwork?
6- What do you do with your artwork? why? Including Deviantart, what platforms do you use? why?
7- What are your goals for the future of your artwork?
8- What other activist activities, research, etc. do you engage in, and do they inform your work? Or vice versa?
Help me collect all the Vivillon patterns!Hi guys I've decided to collect all the Vivillon patterns!More Like This
Here is a list:
The patterns are, starting from the top left:
Archipelago, Continental, Elegant, Garden, High Plains, Icy Snow
Jungle, Marine, Meadow, Modern, Monsoon, Ocean
Polar, River, Sandstorm, Savannah, Sun, Tundra
I have the Polar, High Plains, and Marine. I need all the others
Please help me out!
L x Reader- Made This PersonalMore Like This
The first time he ever meet you, you were a teenager around the age of 15 or 16 with clear goals and a realistically optimistic opinion of the world. He remembered it almost as well he remembered his own name.
He had returned to Wammy’s House to give advice to the kids who were now being taught to follow in his footsteps and to visit Mr. Wammy to discuss the next case for him to go on, these two events managed to fill most of his day and evening had quickly descended upon the house. But, as usual, his sweet tooth wasn’t satisfied with waiting to get its fix so he found himself heading towards the kitchen, halting mid-step and he noticed the light in the room where he was headed was on. Continuing towards his destination, he opened the door to the room slowly to reveal a teenage girl sat on the countertop with [h/c] hair, consuming an apple and a drink of some sort.
“You know that sitting on that counter means food prepared on it is