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vvaterblogged:

"Wrapped Figure", 2012, aquaresin, fiberglass, epoxy by Daniel Arsham

vvaterblogged:

"Wrapped Figure", 2012, aquaresin, fiberglass, epoxy by Daniel Arsham

MATCHDAYYYYYYYY :———) 

first official match of the season aaaaah so excitedddd!!!

tapist:

Hélio Oiticica - Grande Núcleo (Grand Nucleous). 
NC 3, NC4, NC6 - 1960-66. 
Photo: César Oiticica Filho.  

tapist:

Hélio Oiticica - Grande Núcleo (Grand Nucleous).

NC 3, NC4, NC6 - 1960-66.

Photo: César Oiticica Filho.  

Unknown Stolen Dance
Unknown Ásgeir
Unknown Like a Version
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sluimer:

Ásgeir’s amazing cover of Stolen Dance by Milky Chance, for Like a Version. 

There are a few things in life so beautiful they hurt: swimming in the ocean while it rains, reading alone in empty libraries, the sea of stars that appear when you’re miles away from the neon lights of the city, bars after 2am, walking in the wilderness, all the phases of the moon, the things we do not know about the universe, and you.
— Beau Taplin || and you.  (via seulray) —

wellplanned-architecture:

2 Houses & 2 Studios | RAUM France, 2013.

vuls:

Blue Painting, 1976, oil on canvas, 167.6 x 172.7cm (66 x 68 in)


William Scott 

vuls:

Blue Painting1976, oil on canvas167.6 x 172.7cm (66 x 68 in)

William Scott 

felibre:

64/365 by ~Abby on Flickr.
The day that we injected food coloring into fertile eggs at work to make rainbow chicks. Then a coworker stamped my hand with ink that turned out to be permanent.

felibre:

64/365 by ~Abby on Flickr.

The day that we injected food coloring into fertile eggs at work to make rainbow chicks. Then a coworker stamped my hand with ink that turned out to be permanent.

northmagneticpole:

Fiona Ackerman studio-In The Make

northmagneticpole:

Fiona Ackerman studio-In The Make

theparisreview:

“I particularly enjoy the random poetry of these books and catalogs, and their listings and names often make their way into my titles.”

Art by Steve Greene, who uses pages from supply catalogs in his collages.