saatchiart:

Lee Hardman #ArtistoftheDaySee more work

saatchiart:

Lee Hardman #ArtistoftheDay
See more work

this is my new art project.

one bart/art a day.

this is my new art project.

one bart/art a day.

juxtapozmag:

Josh Keyes

juxtapozmag:

Josh Keyes

thejogging:

the Whole Foods amnesty squirrel

thejogging:

the Whole Foods amnesty squirrel

saatchiart:

Spring Arrives Nonetheless
Sheryn Bullis
United States
Original: $1,700Inspired by Cy Twombly

saatchiart:

Spring Arrives Nonetheless
Sheryn Bullis
United States
Original: $1,700
Inspired by Cy Twombly

youreafinegirl:

Happy be-lated 420
(if you’re on time you’re clearing not participating)

youreafinegirl:

Happy be-lated 420

(if you’re on time you’re clearing not participating)

saatchiart:

George Antoni #ArtistoftheDaySee more work

saatchiart:

George Antoni #ArtistoftheDay
See more work

saatchiart:

my love have no end
Fahar Al-Salih
Germany 
Original: $4,400

saatchiart:

my love have no end
Fahar Al-Salih
Germany
Original: $4,400

new-aesthetic:

Fitbit Is Now Officially Profiting From Users’ Health Data | Betabeat

Fitbit has started to sell its trackers by the thousands to employers along with “sophisticated tracking software,” says a new report from Forbes. With employees’ permission, employers can then track their workers’ health, see how active individual employees are and foster a little healthy competition. Wiring up companies so that employers can monitor workers’ health is becoming “one of the fastest growing parts of Fitbit’s business,” Fitbit CEO James Park told Forbes.

new-aesthetic:

Fitbit Is Now Officially Profiting From Users’ Health Data | Betabeat

Fitbit has started to sell its trackers by the thousands to employers along with “sophisticated tracking software,” says a new report from Forbes. With employees’ permission, employers can then track their workers’ health, see how active individual employees are and foster a little healthy competition. Wiring up companies so that employers can monitor workers’ health is becoming “one of the fastest growing parts of Fitbit’s business,” Fitbit CEO James Park told Forbes.
prototsarina:


Wu Junyong, Karl Marx’s Worries, 2008, Oil on Canvas

prototsarina:

Wu Junyong, Karl Marx’s Worries, 2008, Oil on Canvas

saatchiart:

Untitled
D’Metrius Rice
Original: $800

saatchiart:

Untitled
D’Metrius Rice
Original: $800

arpeggia:

Gustav Klimt - Death and Life, 1916

arpeggia:

Gustav Klimt - Death and Life, 1916

Macaulay Culkin Eating a Slice of Pizza & Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger

abstract-dimension:


How Quickly Life Can Turn Around (by Michel Keck)

abstract-dimension:

How Quickly Life Can Turn Around (by Michel Keck)