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Making of Steel: Charging the Open Hearth from "Machinalia", 1956 by Boris Artzybasheff, Russian-born American illustrator

This is so hilarious and cute and gross at the same time CACAFRUTTI!

Madrid-based art director, illustrator and self-dubbed 'crazy man' Juan Carlos Paz Gómez - aka Bakea - began his ongoing series of surreal monster characters back in 2010 in an attempt to document the local fauna inside his own head.

We examine today the incredible art of Boris Artzybasheff, who’s love for machines and mastery in illustration captivated a generation of fans of the 1950s. Description from upperplayground.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In the Illustrator Boris Basheff gave various components of a steel mill human characteristics.

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Modern Day Sins

I don't find this funny but I love how the drawings express how our society is ignorant sometimes and really isn't the best.

Candykiller - Escape from Hat

Illustration from “Escape from Hat” the new children’s book by Adam Kline and Brian Taylor. External Link: Brian Taylor – Escape from Hat

Illustration 'Stranding of Wire Rope' by Russian-born American artist and illustrator Boris Artzybasheff (1899-1965) for the "Machinalia" section of his book "As I See." via animation resources

Illustration 'Stranding of Wire Rope' by Russian-born American artist and illustrator Boris Artzybasheff for the "Machinalia" section of his book "As I See." via animation resources

Keltainen talo rannalla: Tunnelmallisia koteja ja väri-ideoita

Electric turquoise and lime green star in the sitting room. The cool colors pop against the rich wood surrounding.

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