blastedheath:

Adolphe Crespin (Belgian, 1859-1944), Paul Hanker architecte. Color lithograph, 1894, printed by Ad. Mertens, Brussels, sheet 540 x 400 mm.

blastedheath:

Adolphe Crespin (Belgian, 1859-1944), Paul Hanker architecte. Color lithograph, 1894, printed by Ad. Mertens, Brussels, sheet 540 x 400 mm.

Reblogged from artumeartemis, 51 notes, April 16, 2014

itscolossal:

Beautiful Microscopic Time-lapse of Individual Snowflakes Forming [VIDEO]

Reblogged from moschops911, 2,934 notes, April 16, 2014

hrokr:

Mounted taxidermy of the Carolina Parakeet, Conuropsis carolinensis, from the Natural History Museum in London. The last living bird of the species died in captivity in 1918; the Carolina Parakeet was declared extinct in 1939. Although the reason for the decline of the species remains in debate, it is commonly attributed to anthropocentric activity though deforestation and hunting.

hrokr:

Mounted taxidermy of the Carolina Parakeet, Conuropsis carolinensis, from the Natural History Museum in London. The last living bird of the species died in captivity in 1918; the Carolina Parakeet was declared extinct in 1939. Although the reason for the decline of the species remains in debate, it is commonly attributed to anthropocentric activity though deforestation and hunting.

Reblogged from lostbeasts, 55 notes, April 16, 2014

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design-is-fine:

Donald Brun, Gesund und gut mit Butter, 1951, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Plakatsammlung,

design-is-fine:

Donald Brun, Gesund und gut mit Butter, 1951, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Plakatsammlung,

Reblogged from design-is-fine, 75 notes, March 15, 2014

theartpriest:

(via Using old critic tools to read a new artwork would be a way to miss its newness.)

theartpriest:

(via Using old critic tools to read a new artwork would be a way to miss its newness.)

Reblogged from johngall, 25 notes, March 15, 2014

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Gold Bar last night. http://goldbarbaltimore.tumblr.com/

Gold Bar last night. http://goldbarbaltimore.tumblr.com/

0 notes, March 14, 2014

skylightbooks:

theparisreview:

“Hilma af Klint was an old-school spiritualist who believed that she channeled psychic and esoteric messages from the so-called High Masters—who existed in another dimension—into abstract paintings.”
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

Baaaaaa! We carry a wonderful book of her drawings. She is a major store favorite.

skylightbooks:

theparisreview:

“Hilma af Klint was an old-school spiritualist who believed that she channeled psychic and esoteric messages from the so-called High Masters—who existed in another dimension—into abstract paintings.”

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

Baaaaaa! We carry a wonderful book of her drawings. She is a major store favorite.

Reblogged from skylightbooks, 506 notes, March 13, 2014