1000drawings:

 by Brigitte May
fystfanart:

NCC-1701 by renton1313




nypl:

It’s finally spring in New York, so we’re diving into some of the nature-inspired design books in the Wallach Division’s Art and Architecture Collection to celebrate the intermittent sunshine. E. A. Séguy (1889–1985) was a master of the Art Deco pochoir technique, a labor-intensive hand-coloring process involving the use of stencil plates and thick, vivid washes of watercolor gouache. Art Deco artists employed both geometric abstraction and natural forms to develop vibrant and undulating patterns, as exemplified by the initial animal studies and final decorative motifs in Séguy’s Butterflies.
1000drawings:

late into the night (by miki sato)
vintage-impressions:

Dresden, Germany, 1910s or 1920s? Source