The Clock, showing time ironically the one thing he does not have. This image of a clock disintegrating represents the time he has left. Like he is walking to his fate
The black and white of the clocks represented the passing of time. No matter what happened in the game, time was constantly going on, unable to be fully manipulated or changed by anything. There is no gray in time.
Time waits for no man. Time heals all wounds. All any of us wants is more time. Time to stand up. Time to grow up. Time to let go.
Search to Fade by ~xetobyte, Digital Art / Photomanipulation / Surreal ~xetobyte, "sometimes I ask myself.why do some things come to an end?
Ballpoint pen illustrations by Shohei Otomo (His dad, Katsuhiro, created Akira)
Japanese artist Shohei Otomo (aka Hakuchi) shows us that his motherland has a rockin' pop culture like no other. Using simple ballpoint pen, he mixes old and new school images with his references to the Samurai, Geisha girls, and the Yakuza.
Amazing illustrations drawn with a ball point pen by Shohei Otomo. A modern day artist who is also the son of Katsuhiro Otomo who Created Directed the classic anime film, "Akira.
Using a ball point pen, illustrator Shohei Otomo creates some pretty strange works, including this piece in particular, depicting an erotic moment wit.
“Crania Anatomica Filigre” by artist Joshua Harker are intricate printed skull sculptures. Harker relies heavily on modeling and printing technologies to create his complex, anatomically-themed sculptures (see his gorgeous “Tangles”).