kalva-won:

Making some noise kalva-won:

Making some noise kalva-won:

Making some noise kalva-won:

Making some noise
brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT
Covers by Mike MignolaColors by Dave Stewart

brianmichaelbendis:

HELLBOY: THE WILD HUNT

Covers by Mike Mignola
Colors by Dave Stewart

(via fettman)

abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.
abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like
Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.
The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.
Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.

abcclassic2:

What Music Looks Like

Photographer Martin Klimas wanted to find out what sound looks like so he put a transparent film over the diaphragm of a speaker, strategically dropped some beautifully vibrant paint onto the film, chose some music, and then blasted the sound through the speaker - all the while capturing in action-mode on his fancy camera.

The stunning result is a series of 1000 shots taken over 6 months inspired by Cymatics, the study of sound waves and vibration.

Apparently only two pieces of (possibly very) expensive equipment were harmed during the process.

(via jasematic)