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8/22/2014
bejwelled:

Blue- Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein
bejwelled:

Blue- Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein
bejwelled:

Blue- Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein

bejwelled:

Blue- Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein

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8/20/2014
Frederico Forquet’s garden

Frederico Forquet’s garden


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Naomi photographed by Mert and Marcus, Interview Magazine September 2014

Naomi photographed by Mert and Marcus, Interview Magazine September 2014

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therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 
therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 
therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 
therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 
therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 
therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 

therhumboogie:

By Takashi Kuribayashi, installed at the Sapporo Art Museum in Japan this expansive installation made from Japanese washi paper allows the viewers to walk beneath the vast white forest and pop up through holes to see the landscape above. Aiming to help the audience consider their relationship to the landscape. 

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nyctaeus:

Bas Jan Ader, Broken Fall (Geometric; Blue-Yellow-Red), Westkapelle, Holland, 1971 nyctaeus:

Bas Jan Ader, Broken Fall (Geometric; Blue-Yellow-Red), Westkapelle, Holland, 1971

nyctaeus:

Bas Jan Ader, Broken Fall (Geometric; Blue-Yellow-Red), Westkapelle, Holland, 1971

8/18/2014

Bolshoi’s The Nutcracker

Bolshoi’s The Nutcracker

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8/17/2014

There must be those among whom we can sit down and weep and still be counted as warriors.

Adrienne Rich (via feellng)

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nyctaeus:

David Hockney in his studio in New York

nyctaeus:

David Hockney in his studio in New York

cremeblush:

Naomi Campbell & Kate Moss opening Chloé Spring 1998

cremeblush:

Naomi Campbell & Kate Moss opening Chloé Spring 1998

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8/16/2014

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