kunst | liebe
being human today
kunst | liebe
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lustik:

Concert of Birds - Hidenori Mitsue via De Hommage.
lustik:

Concert of Birds - Hidenori Mitsue via De Hommage.
lustik:

Concert of Birds - Hidenori Mitsue via De Hommage.
lustik:

Concert of Birds - Hidenori Mitsue via De Hommage.
lustik:

Concert of Birds - Hidenori Mitsue via De Hommage.
lustik:

Concert of Birds - Hidenori Mitsue via De Hommage.
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decomposion:

Art history meme (x) - 3/4 colours - green

Roses by Vincent van Gogh | La Jeune Martyre by Paul Delaroche | Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace by Louis Jean François Lagrenée | The Woman in the Green Dress by Claude Monet | The King’s Daughter by Eduard Veith
decomposion:

Art history meme (x) - 3/4 colours - green

Roses by Vincent van Gogh | La Jeune Martyre by Paul Delaroche | Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace by Louis Jean François Lagrenée | The Woman in the Green Dress by Claude Monet | The King’s Daughter by Eduard Veith
decomposion:

Art history meme (x) - 3/4 colours - green

Roses by Vincent van Gogh | La Jeune Martyre by Paul Delaroche | Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace by Louis Jean François Lagrenée | The Woman in the Green Dress by Claude Monet | The King’s Daughter by Eduard Veith
decomposion:

Art history meme (x) - 3/4 colours - green

Roses by Vincent van Gogh | La Jeune Martyre by Paul Delaroche | Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace by Louis Jean François Lagrenée | The Woman in the Green Dress by Claude Monet | The King’s Daughter by Eduard Veith
decomposion:

Art history meme (x) - 3/4 colours - green

Roses by Vincent van Gogh | La Jeune Martyre by Paul Delaroche | Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace by Louis Jean François Lagrenée | The Woman in the Green Dress by Claude Monet | The King’s Daughter by Eduard Veith
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sexymaledancer:

Dancer: Jeremy McQueen
Photo by Eduardo Patino
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aladyloves:

Joan Crawford on the set of Laughing Sinners (1931)
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likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Dieter Roth - Worktables
"The genesis of these works dates from the 1980s, when Roth decided to place gray cardboard mats on the worktables in the studios of his various homes and apartments. 
He initially used them as writing mats, covering them with doodles, sketches, and all the ‘traces of domestic activities,’ as he put it.The mats eventually became the foundation for all manner of collages and assemblages, a progression through time with continually shifting arrangements of objects and drawings, their seemingly anarchic placement achieving a certain ‘symmetrical ornamentation.’”
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Vincent van Gogh: Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom, detail
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awkwardsituationist:

long exposure photos of fireflies in tennessee and north carolina by spencer black. (more photos of fireflies in timelapse)
awkwardsituationist:

long exposure photos of fireflies in tennessee and north carolina by spencer black. (more photos of fireflies in timelapse)
awkwardsituationist:

long exposure photos of fireflies in tennessee and north carolina by spencer black. (more photos of fireflies in timelapse)