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maddieonthings:

🌵 (Hwy 1…somewhere in Southern Baja)

maddieonthings:

🌵 (Hwy 1…somewhere in Southern Baja)


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creativemornings:

Keep on looking up. We might be a bit biased, but we love the work of CreativeMornings/Barcelona organizer Vasco Mourao. Gorgeous!

creativemornings:

Keep on looking up. We might be a bit biased, but we love the work of CreativeMornings/Barcelona organizer Vasco Mourao. Gorgeous!


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chadwys:

5 minute diptych by Chad Wys (web/tumblr)

featuring Hebe by Bertel Thorvaldson and Resting Hermes by an unknown Roman

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Holla @ Kosuke


newyorker:

A look at photographs from James Casebere’s “Landscape with Houses,” a series that was triggered by the mortgage crisis: http://nyr.kr/1gk3oQr

“At first, the picture appears to be of a well-groomed, suburban neighborhood, complete a with pastel sunset. But, in fact, it’s of a tiny model town, painstakingly built by hand, using plaster, wood, cardboard and, cheesecloth.”

“Landscape with Houses (Dutchess County, NY) #8” (2010).
All images courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York.

newyorker:

A look at photographs from James Casebere’s “Landscape with Houses,” a series that was triggered by the mortgage crisis: http://nyr.kr/1gk3oQr

“At first, the picture appears to be of a well-groomed, suburban neighborhood, complete a with pastel sunset. But, in fact, it’s of a tiny model town, painstakingly built by hand, using plaster, wood, cardboard and, cheesecloth.”

“Landscape with Houses (Dutchess County, NY) #8” (2010).

All images courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York.


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