nevver:

Brad Phillips

nevver:

Brad Phillips

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gym-leader-merida:

if you don’t terrify people a little bit then what’s the point.

(via sinthematica)

Alexandre Plokohov x Uniqlo 

(Source: michaelvel)

nyctaeus:

Guinevere van Seenus, Jil Sander, Photography by Craig McDean, Spring-Summer, 1996.

nyctaeus:

Guinevere van Seenus, Jil Sander, Photography by Craig McDean, Spring-Summer, 1996.

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dek-says-so:

abbyjean:

Charts from OKCupid, showing how straight women and men rate each other based on ages. For women, the men they find most attractive are roughly their own age. For men, the women they find most attractive are roughly the same age - 20 to 23 - regardless of the age of the man. (538)

Good fucking Christ.

cool, i’ve got a year left

(via ilovecharts)

(Source: indexannex)

aleyma:

Fragment of the Face of a Queen, made in Egypt during the reign of Akhenaten, c.1353-1336 BC (source).

aleyma:

Fragment of the Face of a Queen, made in Egypt during the reign of Akhenaten, c.1353-1336 BC (source).

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fakesurgery:

Robert Venturi - Notebook Plate

fakesurgery:

Robert Venturi - Notebook Plate

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Thorn collar, Thierry Mugler

Thorn collar, Thierry Mugler

(Source: thedoppelganger, via shoulderblades)

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(Source: miss-catastrofes-naturales, via drencrome)

yama-bato:

Georges VantongerlooAnvers (Belgique), 1886 - Paris, 1965Rapport des volumes émanant du cône1927MentonSculpturePlâtre peint32,5 x 27,5 x 27,2 cm Don de Max Bill 1980

yama-bato:

Georges Vantongerloo
Anvers (Belgique), 1886 - Paris, 1965


Rapport des volumes émanant du cône
1927
Menton
Sculpture
Plâtre peint
32,5 x 27,5 x 27,2 cm

Don de Max Bill 1980

(via europeansculpture)

art-damaged:

Robert Irwin “Dot Paintings” / knives, Coca Cola, etc.
(In 1965, two  of Irwin’s “Dot Paintings” were damaged by visitors while on view at the Sao Paulo Bienal.
As Irwin later described, "I don’t really know what took place, but I was told subsequently that both the dot paintings I had in the show were destroyed within the first day. People attacked them, they cut them with knives, they threw things at them, they spit on them. I don’t know what all was on them when they got back; it looked like Coca Cola.  And they marked them all up - not just one person, apparently, but a number, because there were all these different gestures…I really don’t know [what instigated the attacks]. I suppose the paintings were perceived as a very minimal kind of expression, and for some reason during that period of time, that really angered people…I guess they somehow intuitively recognized it as an attack on a lot of the values they held. It threatened them.")

art-damaged:

Robert Irwin “Dot Paintings” / knives, Coca Cola, etc.

(In 1965, two  of Irwin’s “Dot Paintings” were damaged by visitors while on view at the Sao Paulo Bienal.

As Irwin later described, "I don’t really know what took place, but I was told subsequently that both the dot paintings I had in the show were destroyed within the first day. People attacked them, they cut them with knives, they threw things at them, they spit on them. I don’t know what all was on them when they got back; it looked like Coca Cola.  And they marked them all up - not just one person, apparently, but a number, because there were all these different gestures…I really don’t know [what instigated the attacks]. I suppose the paintings were perceived as a very minimal kind of expression, and for some reason during that period of time, that really angered people…I guess they somehow intuitively recognized it as an attack on a lot of the values they held. It threatened them.")

surrealmagicalism:

midcenturymodernfreak:

Great Balls of Fire!
American Pavilion on fire at Montreal World’s Fair 1967 (Expo 67), designed by Richard Buckminster Fuller (a pioneer of geodesic structures, albeit geodesics were discovered by Walther Bauersfeld). The fire occurred in 1976. - Via

// imagine seeing that

surrealmagicalism:

midcenturymodernfreak:

Great Balls of Fire!

American Pavilion on fire at Montreal World’s Fair 1967 (Expo 67), designed by Richard Buckminster Fuller (a pioneer of geodesic structures, albeit geodesics were discovered by Walther Bauersfeld). The fire occurred in 1976. - Via

// imagine seeing that