kunst | liebe
being human today
kunst | liebe
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nevver:

Art school confidential
nevver:

Art school confidential
nevver:

Art school confidential
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scandinaviancollectors:

ALVAR AALTO, Paimio lounge chair, Artek Finland, 1932 / c. 1950. Beech plywood, birch. Wright Scandinavian Design, 16 May 2013. / Wright
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markwunderlich:

Still from the Motionpoem short film of my poem “White Fur.” #graywolfpress #theeartavails.

How did I not know that Mark Wunderlich is on tumblr?  Shouldn’t there have been a bat signal or something of the like?
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bobbycaputo:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

In her ongoing series of figurative sculptures titled Milky Ways, artist Mihoko Ogaki explores ideas of life, death, and rebirth. The dead or dying human forms are constructed from Fibre-reinforced plastic and embedded with bright LEDs that when lit project fields of light resembling stars in the surrounding space. 

(Via. Colossus)
bobbycaputo:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

In her ongoing series of figurative sculptures titled Milky Ways, artist Mihoko Ogaki explores ideas of life, death, and rebirth. The dead or dying human forms are constructed from Fibre-reinforced plastic and embedded with bright LEDs that when lit project fields of light resembling stars in the surrounding space. 

(Via. Colossus)
bobbycaputo:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

In her ongoing series of figurative sculptures titled Milky Ways, artist Mihoko Ogaki explores ideas of life, death, and rebirth. The dead or dying human forms are constructed from Fibre-reinforced plastic and embedded with bright LEDs that when lit project fields of light resembling stars in the surrounding space. 

(Via. Colossus)
bobbycaputo:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

In her ongoing series of figurative sculptures titled Milky Ways, artist Mihoko Ogaki explores ideas of life, death, and rebirth. The dead or dying human forms are constructed from Fibre-reinforced plastic and embedded with bright LEDs that when lit project fields of light resembling stars in the surrounding space. 

(Via. Colossus)
bobbycaputo:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

In her ongoing series of figurative sculptures titled Milky Ways, artist Mihoko Ogaki explores ideas of life, death, and rebirth. The dead or dying human forms are constructed from Fibre-reinforced plastic and embedded with bright LEDs that when lit project fields of light resembling stars in the surrounding space. 

(Via. Colossus)
bobbycaputo:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

In her ongoing series of figurative sculptures titled Milky Ways, artist Mihoko Ogaki explores ideas of life, death, and rebirth. The dead or dying human forms are constructed from Fibre-reinforced plastic and embedded with bright LEDs that when lit project fields of light resembling stars in the surrounding space. 

(Via. Colossus)
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visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
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"What poetry can, must, and will always do for us: it complicates us, it doesn’t ‘soothe.’"
Jorie Graham (via theparisreview)
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likeafieldmouse:

Lauren Hall - A Sea of Lustre on the Horizon’s Verge (2011) - Colored sand, polycarbonate and copper foil
likeafieldmouse:

Lauren Hall - A Sea of Lustre on the Horizon’s Verge (2011) - Colored sand, polycarbonate and copper foil
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adrisupertramp:

H. D. Thoreau
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likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
likeafieldmouse:

Herbert Matter - Giacometti
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