Line- the different lengths and widths placed by each other composes an image of a woman's figure. By placing lines at various distances from one another, the image gets more structure and gives the illusion of a body. A variation in width gives more dimension to the image and illustrates a sense of realism. #illustration

Line- the different lengths and widths placed by each other composes an image of a woman's figure. By placing lines at various distances from one another, the image gets more structure and gives the illusion of a body. A variation in width gives more dimension to the image and illustrates a sense of realism. #illustration

The Peacock Spider!

The Peacock Spider!

Jumping Spider-Taiwan  | Macro Photography

Jumping Spider-Taiwan | Macro Photography

Wow! The James Bond Lotus Esprit Submarine Car found in New York. Never guess how much this sold for? Click to find out.

10 of the Greatest Barn Finds You'll Wish You Had Discovered

Wow! The James Bond Lotus Esprit Submarine Car found in New York. Never guess how much this sold for? Click to find out.

仏像の楽しみ120%アップ!仏像の手の形を解説した「仏さまのハンドサイン」 – Japaaan 日本の文化と今をつなぐ

仏像の楽しみ120%アップ!仏像の手の形を解説した「仏さまのハンドサイン」 – Japaaan 日本の文化と今をつなぐ

♠ Grand Prix Guide – 2014 Japanese Grand Prix #F1 #Infographic #Data

♠ Grand Prix Guide – 2014 Japanese Grand Prix #F1 #Infographic #Data

What the Elbow Cassette Player does is innovative, geeky, kitschy, revivalist, and incredibly cool… all together! This small device opens up, swivels, and snaps onto a cassette tape (almost like it was meant to be how cassettes were to be played!). While it grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, the hinge sits against the exposed magnetic tape. A knob on the device allows you to control playback. The entire set-up is literally small enough to feel like you’re holding an iPod Classic.

What the Elbow Cassette Player does is innovative, geeky, kitschy, revivalist, and incredibly cool… all together! This small device opens up, swivels, and snaps onto a cassette tape (almost like it was meant to be how cassettes were to be played!). While it grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, the hinge sits against the exposed magnetic tape. A knob on the device allows you to control playback. The entire set-up is literally small enough to feel like you’re holding an iPod Classic.

Giorgio De Chirico (1888-1978) - Italian artist. Photo by Ugo Mulas

Giorgio De Chirico (1888-1978) - Italian artist. Photo by Ugo Mulas

Woman waiting - Etude

Woman waiting - Etude

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