bofransson:

Under the Trees, 1911

by Hermann Max Pechstein

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newyorker:

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Elias Muhanna on how a bookshop fire in Tripoli became a hopeful allegory for the city: http://nyr.kr/1aszzWL

“It was a small problem that could be fixed in a world of intractable conflicts. Every trope sacred to Lebanon’s self-fashioning—religious harmony, enlightened cosmopolitanism,…

wirddochnichtsoschlimmsein:

 
wirddochnichtsoschlimmsein:

 
wirddochnichtsoschlimmsein:

 
wirddochnichtsoschlimmsein:

 
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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Chatham Towers, Manhattan, 1965

(Kelly & Gruzen)

transhumanisticpanspermia:

gentlemanbones:

punnettcircle:

Remember the time it was so hot in halifax that the lampposts melted because I completely forgot to post about it when I was actually in halifax so here it is 2 weeks late

They just look so tired and ready to give up.

this is an art installation

the melting point of steel is over 2,600 degrees fahrenheit

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sotlylaisse:

Joan Foncuberta de la série (Fauna)

sotlylaisse:

Joan Foncuberta de la série (Fauna)

nprfreshair:

photo break:

Lisbon, Portugal 

nprfreshair:

photo break:

Lisbon, Portugal 

helen-likes:

Justin Rowe
Book art
helen-likes:

Justin Rowe
Book art
helen-likes:

Justin Rowe
Book art
“The translator was admiring his dead poets. Not that I am alive myself, he remarked, but at least I keep moving.”

fuckyeahplattenbau:

Petržalka, a neighborhood in Bratislava.

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.



f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Hand Sewn portraits by David Catá

Does love really has to hurt? According to artist David Catá it obviously does. The Spanish artist uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand.

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