design-is-fine:

Hans Hillmann, german film poster for Bunuel Young One, 1968.

design-is-fine:

Hans Hillmann, german film poster for Bunuel Young One, 1968.

Reblogged from design-is-fine, 443 notes, August 22, 2014

design-is-fine:

Dieter Rams, Braun audio 2, radio and record player combination,1964. Braun AG, Germany. © Koichi Okuwaki.

Reblogged from design-is-fine, 193 notes, August 22, 2014

salvadordali-art:

Mysterious Mouth Appearing in the Back of My Nurse, 1941
Salvador Dali

salvadordali-art:

Mysterious Mouth Appearing in the Back of My Nurse, 1941

Salvador Dali

Reblogged from exhumedmartiancorpseresurrection, 1,143 notes, August 15, 2014

wapiti3:

A naturalist in Brazil; the record of a year’s observation of her flora, her fauna, and her people, by Konrad Guenther … translated by Bernard Miall on Flickr.

Publication info Boston,Houghton Mifflin Company,1931.
BHL Collections:
MBLWHOI Library, Woods Hole

Reblogged from scientificillustration, 121 notes, August 15, 2014

bizarrelosangeles:

The Unknown (1927)

bizarrelosangeles:

The Unknown (1927)

Reblogged from notpulpcovers, 75 notes, August 15, 2014

coverspy:

The Weight of Glory, C.S. Lewis (M, 20s, black glasses, blue & grey striped shirt, Chuck Taylors, 33rd St Path)

coverspy:

The Weight of Glory, C.S. Lewis (M, 20s, black glasses, blue & grey striped shirt, Chuck Taylors, 33rd St Path)

Reblogged from coverspy, 7 notes, August 15, 2014

strandbooks:

Postcard found in A Happy Deathby Albert Camus.

Somewhere in between the skythe wateris you.

Reblogged from strandbooks, 180 notes, August 3, 2014

nemfrog:

Ernst Haeckel. 1875.

nemfrog:

Ernst Haeckel. 1875.

Reblogged from scientificillustration, 369 notes, August 1, 2014

70sscifiart:

I want my blog title in that font.

70sscifiart:

I want my blog title in that font.

Reblogged from 70sscifiart, 153 notes, August 1, 2014

millionsmillions:

Can’t wait for Haruki Murakami’s new novel? You’re in luck: Slate just published an exclusive excerpt from the book. Sample quote: “No matter how quiet and conformist a person’s life seems, there’s always a time in the past when they reached an impasse. A time when they went a little crazy. I guess people need that sort of stage in their lives.” (You could also read Ben Dooley’s review of 1Q84.)

millionsmillions:

Can’t wait for Haruki Murakami’s new novel? You’re in luck: Slate just published an exclusive excerpt from the book. Sample quote: “No matter how quiet and conformist a person’s life seems, there’s always a time in the past when they reached an impasse. A time when they went a little crazy. I guess people need that sort of stage in their lives.” (You could also read Ben Dooley’s review of 1Q84.)

Reblogged from millionsmillions, 51 notes, August 1, 2014