fluffymb:

The moment when the table turns.

(Source: baahts, via lacigreen)

foils:

basileus by barfzuckerburg on Flickr.

foils:

basileus by barfzuckerburg on Flickr.

abdulkircher:

skin by abdul kircher

abdulkircher:

skin by abdul kircher

(via wachoma-strand)

architectural-review:

Brooklyn Co-operative // Past Resonances and Future Anticipations / Admiral’s Row:  Food Preservation & Consumption in the Post Agrarian Landscape by Yannis Halkiopoulos

architectural-review:

Brooklyn Co-operative // Past Resonances and Future Anticipations / Admiral’s Row:  Food Preservation & Consumption in the Post Agrarian Landscape by Yannis Halkiopoulos

rahhhr-bia:

I made this zine for my sis on inspirational Japanese people. 

**To my dearest sister Rhiannon,
There is nothing more liberating than 
acceptance and pride of one’s own diversity.**

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Línea de 250 centímetros tatuada sobre seis personas remuneradas (250 cm line drawn on 6 people paid 30 dollars each), 1999 by Santiago Sierra

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procrete:

La Girotte Dam, France (circa August 1952).
Designed by Albert Caquot and built 1943-8. The dam consists of 18 arches, constructed out of un-reinforced concrete. The sections are constructed on piers, which, to provide sufficient stability for a possible increase in the dam’s height, were tied back to the rock by groups of cables concreted in.

procrete:

La Girotte Dam, France (circa August 1952).

Designed by Albert Caquot and built 1943-8. The dam consists of 18 arches, constructed out of un-reinforced concrete. The sections are constructed on piers, which, to provide sufficient stability for a possible increase in the dam’s height, were tied back to the rock by groups of cables concreted in.

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vjeranski:

Homage to the Square: Lone Light, 1962
Josef Albers

vjeranski:

Homage to the Square: Lone Light, 1962

Josef Albers

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justanothermasterpiece:

Cy Twombly.

justanothermasterpiece:

Cy Twombly.

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