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dionyssos:

Egon Schiele
Jul 27, 2014 / 128 notes

dionyssos:

Egon Schiele

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love-spain:

Lladro
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Lladro

Jul 12, 2014 / 426 notes

misswallflower:

Life with Maggie (2007-Present); a project by Ofer Wolberger

Resembling a photographic travel diary or a personal photo album, Life with Maggie is the unique record of a character lost in time and place.

Maggie travels around the contemporary world, but is attracted to sites with a slippery sense of time. Like the typical tourist, Maggie poses in front of objects and environments that suit her temperament, befriends the local people and visits iconic historical sites. Throughout her journey, Maggie collects memorable snapshots for her archive, in a sense constructing an identity through the photographs.

drawingarchitecture:

Andrew Heumann
Jul 12, 2014 / 1,334 notes
pursuable:

Takeshi MurataSynthesizers, 2012
Jul 12, 2014 / 4,995 notes

pursuable:

Takeshi Murata
Synthesizers, 2012

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Jul 12, 2014 / 34,482 notes

actegratuit:

Naoko Ito, Flora

Ubiquitous, 2009

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intercase:

The Great Zipper by photoalternative on Flickr.
Jun 15, 2014 / 329 notes
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misswallflower:

edible flower chart
Jun 15, 2014 / 10,738 notes

misswallflower:

edible flower chart

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love-spain:

Pamplona. Francisco MangadoBaluarte congress center & and auditorium, Navarre 2003. Photos (C) Roland Halbe

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misswallflower:

Accident Series by Zeren Badar

In this photography project, I explore a peculiar combination of photography, painting & collage. I create three dimensional collages with found objects, food and cheaply printed old paintings. I turn pre-existing works of art into Duchampian ready mades and take photographs of them. I use strong shadows,layering, crumpling and folding effects to give a three dimensional sense in the final work.”

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