1. enicoleh:

Dýjamosi (I finished a painting tonight)

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    Dýjamosi (I finished a painting tonight)

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  3. mpdrolet:

Trey Wright

    mpdrolet:

    Trey Wright

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  4. thegetty:

The Renaissance garden was seen as paradise on Earth. A place to get away, a place to meet, to tell stories, to hold secrets, to enjoy nature and more. Conveniently Gardens of the Renaissance is the perfect book to hideaway with in any garden, even at the Getty Center. 
#NowReading is a series with @gettypubs that celebrates books, reading everywhere, and art.

    thegetty:

    The Renaissance garden was seen as paradise on Earth. A place to get away, a place to meet, to tell stories, to hold secrets, to enjoy nature and more. Conveniently Gardens of the Renaissance is the perfect book to hideaway with in any garden, even at the Getty Center

    #NowReading is a series with @gettypubs that celebrates books, reading everywhere, and art.

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  7. maptacular:

These Richly Detailed Maps Give the Modern World a Victorian Twist
“Wouldn’t we all love to live in a city where floating dirigibles shared the horizon alongside the glass towers of our modern skylines? Such is the wild world featured in the highly complex, geographically accurate illustrations of Icelandic artist Kristjana S. Williams, whose maps are part of an exhibition for the London Design Festival that opened today.”
Via Gizmodo

    maptacular:

    These Richly Detailed Maps Give the Modern World a Victorian Twist

    Wouldn’t we all love to live in a city where floating dirigibles shared the horizon alongside the glass towers of our modern skylines? Such is the wild world featured in the highly complex, geographically accurate illustrations of Icelandic artist Kristjana S. Williams, whose maps are part of an exhibition for the London Design Festival that opened today.”

    Via Gizmodo

    (via fuckyeahcartography)

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  8. visual-poetry:

by miranda july (+)

    visual-poetry:

    by miranda july (+)

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  9. selfd:


Souvenir (1992) by Cy Twombly

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    Souvenir (1992) by Cy Twombly

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