Enjoy.

coatedglass:

Neïl Beloufa
undr:

Lucien Clergue
Habillee De Lumiere, 2002

undr:

Lucien Clergue

Habillee De Lumiere, 2002

grigiabot:

Edward Hartwig

Fleurs, 1860, Jean Benner
mpdrolet:

From Fossil, 2009
Daisuke Yokota

mpdrolet:

From Fossil, 2009

Daisuke Yokota

gay8:

Benjamin ZankBleed, 2013

gay8:

Benjamin Zank
Bleed, 2013

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sonjabarbaric:

Gustavo Peña, Swimming outside the boundaries of Castle Grayskull

sonjabarbaric:

Gustavo PeñaSwimming outside the boundaries of Castle Grayskull

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thekhooll:

Drawings Made of a Single Line
The Croatian graphic artist Paolo Ceric created the images of a single spiral line. The effect works similarly to a printing process. The line spacing is larger in bright areas, while the lines are closer in dark areas. 

thekhooll:

Drawings Made of a Single Line

The Croatian graphic artist Paolo Ceric created the images of a single spiral line. The effect works similarly to a printing process. The line spacing is larger in bright areas, while the lines are closer in dark areas. 

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3wings:

Shuzenji, Study 2, Izu, Japan 2008
Rolfe Horn

3wings:

Shuzenji, Study 2, Izu, Japan 2008

Rolfe Horn

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generationblank:

Cy Twombly

generationblank:

Cy Twombly

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sanuye-shoteka:

Image part of ‘Stability’ Project. 2014
Courtesy of Hector de Gregorio
Model: Sanuye Shoteka

sanuye-shoteka:

Image part of ‘Stability’ Project. 2014

Courtesy of Hector de Gregorio

Model: Sanuye Shoteka

danielkbrown:

Joseph Deane, Royal College of Art, London The Maker and the Made
The Maker and the Made examines the agency of ‘nonhumans’; the manner by which all organic and inorganic matter including weathers, minerals and inanimate objects intimately affect the formation of the urban milieu and the social behaviour of its human inhabitants.

danielkbrown:

Joseph Deane, Royal College of Art, London
The Maker and the Made

The Maker and the Made examines the agency of ‘nonhumans’; the manner by which all organic and inorganic matter including weathers, minerals and inanimate objects intimately affect the formation of the urban milieu and the social behaviour of its human inhabitants.