Successive Catastrophes of Foam
This is a blog dedicated to artistic renderings of water, waves, and the ocean in general. The name is taken from Pablo Neruda's Ode to Laziness.
Successive Catastrophes of Foam
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Jared Fowler - Ile Du Nord, 2013

Jared Fowler - Ile Du Nord, 2013

Jared Fowler - Ile Du Nord, 2013

Jared Fowler - Ile Du Nord, 2013
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itscolossal:

Perspective: Artist Zaria Forman Shares the Inspiration behind Her Large-Scale Pastel Waves and Icebergs [VIDEO]
itscolossal:

Perspective: Artist Zaria Forman Shares the Inspiration behind Her Large-Scale Pastel Waves and Icebergs [VIDEO]
itscolossal:

Perspective: Artist Zaria Forman Shares the Inspiration behind Her Large-Scale Pastel Waves and Icebergs [VIDEO]
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saveflowers1:

Art by Howard Pyle (1905) - “Attack On A Galleon.”
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mpdrolet:

Devin Yalkin
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stormy seas + memories of earlier this winter

stormy seas + memories of earlier this winter
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wasbella102:

Samantha Keely Smith paints breathtaking abstract landscapes that resemble the swirling waters of the ocean.
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mpdrolet:

Robin de Lestrade
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wilburwhateley:

The terror beyond the sea
by tohdaryl
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Spirit by Yasuhiro Onishi
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thecomicsvault:

"On Doomsday!Ever since the womb ‘til I’m back where my brother wentThat’s what my tomb will say”
Fantastic Four #58 (January 1967)Art by Jack Kirby & Joe Sinnott