[Love Series 000] • “love is growth. love is building & changing for the better. it’s becoming one, but at the same time, not losing self. love is beautiful, selfless, scary, nerve-racking, unpredictable, imperfect & unconditional. love is looking at someone & wondering/forgetting how you managed to live happily without them.” -Kris

more coming soon. 

by Gladimir Georges


H E A D S - U P ! Loose Leaf Nursery is holding a launch party for Strange Plants II, which is a great publication that focuses on plants in contemporary art.

A few pieces of mine, including the two above, will be exhibited at the launch - Wednesday 1 April - 6 till 8pm. 

Loose Leaf Nursery is a dreamy urban-jungle/amazing nursery located :

 31 Sackville St. Collingwood

See ya there! 💚


These three bright nebulae are often featured in telescopic tours of the constellation Sagittariusand the crowded starfields of the central Milky Way.

In fact, 18th century cosmic touristCharles Messier cataloged two of them; M8, the large nebula left of center, and colorful M20 near the bottom of the frame. The third, NGC 6559, is right of M8, separated from the larger nebula by dark dust lanes. All three are stellar nurseries about five thousand light-years or so distant. The expansive M8, over a hundred light-years across, is also known as the Lagoon Nebula. M20’s popular moniker is the Trifid.

In the composite image, narrowband data records ionized hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur atoms radiating at visible wavelengths. The mapping of colors and range of brightness used to compose this cosmic still life were inspired by Van Gogh’s famous Sunflowers.

Just right of the Trifid one of Messier’s open star clusters,M21, is also included on the telescopic canvas.

Object Names: M8, M20, M2, NGC 6559

Image Type: Astronomical

Credit: NASA, AndrewCampbell

Time And Space