res ipsa loquitur
res ipsa loquitur
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fakeplasticclara:

Sketch by Gustav Klimt
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slowartday:

slowartday:

Riikka Sormunen

I love originality. I love irony and unpredictable juxtapositions of textures, patterns and colors. I love seeing something and thinking that it’s something I’ve never seen before.
- Kim, tumblr manager
slowartday:

slowartday:

Riikka Sormunen

I love originality. I love irony and unpredictable juxtapositions of textures, patterns and colors. I love seeing something and thinking that it’s something I’ve never seen before.
- Kim, tumblr manager
slowartday:

slowartday:

Riikka Sormunen

I love originality. I love irony and unpredictable juxtapositions of textures, patterns and colors. I love seeing something and thinking that it’s something I’ve never seen before.
- Kim, tumblr manager
slowartday:

slowartday:

Riikka Sormunen

I love originality. I love irony and unpredictable juxtapositions of textures, patterns and colors. I love seeing something and thinking that it’s something I’ve never seen before.
- Kim, tumblr manager
slowartday:

slowartday:

Riikka Sormunen

I love originality. I love irony and unpredictable juxtapositions of textures, patterns and colors. I love seeing something and thinking that it’s something I’ve never seen before.
- Kim, tumblr manager
slowartday:

slowartday:

Riikka Sormunen

I love originality. I love irony and unpredictable juxtapositions of textures, patterns and colors. I love seeing something and thinking that it’s something I’ve never seen before.
- Kim, tumblr manager
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Moonlight, Isle of Shoals - Childe Hassam
1892
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realityayslum:

Martha Graham and first dance company, 1920’s
… via the Library of Congress
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frejabehalove:

MAKING OF | ZADIG & VOLTAIRE CAMPAIGN | FALL WINTER 14/15 
frejabehalove:

MAKING OF | ZADIG & VOLTAIRE CAMPAIGN | FALL WINTER 14/15 
frejabehalove:

MAKING OF | ZADIG & VOLTAIRE CAMPAIGN | FALL WINTER 14/15 
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hoyneriver:

1970’s Lou Reed playing a show in some kind of swamp. 
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Sam Szafran. Escalier 54 Rue de Seine, 1960.
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blastedheath:

David Milne (Canadian, 1882-1953), The Defiant Maple, 1910. Pastel on illustration board, 23¼ x 18½ in.