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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Randall Fischer. Olive, 2012.
mzteeeyed:

changethisname:Ruth Bernhard’sTwo Leaves.

mzteeeyed:

changethisname:Ruth Bernhard’sTwo Leaves.

(via neutralnotes)

birdsong217:

Ron van Dongen
nevver:

Disappointed People Holding on to Guardrails

workman:

svdp:

Phenomenal wood carvings by Italian sculptor Aaron Demetz . Part of an upcoming exhibition titled “Tainted” at the Gazelli Art House in London. 

Working in wood, Demetz uses this material to highlight both the harmony and conflicts that exist between man and nature

(Source: svdp, via neutralnotes)

yama-bato:

MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA - 1908-1992
“Hommage à Sintra”

via

yama-bato:

MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA - 1908-1992
“Hommage à Sintra”

via

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

artchipel:

Ania Rogala - Chopin

artchipel:

Ania Rogala - Chopin

(Source: artchipel)

likeafieldmouse:

Gustav Klimt - Death and Life (1910/15)

likeafieldmouse:

Gustav Klimt - Death and Life (1910/15)

fer1972:

Dead Astronaut by dig-orgasm

likeafieldmouse:

These have always bothered me, in some obvious ways and some not-so-obvious ways. I’ve been reluctant to post them until now. I’m not sure why. 

Berlinde de Bruyckere - We are All Flesh (2004-12)

“An unsettling, reconfigured concept of the body, helpless and contorted, takes center stage in Bruyckere’s faceless sculptures. Abject deformation is turned into beauty as if the artist were trying to wrest a shape from abstract form.”

fer1972:

Extreme Close Ups of Animals Eyes by Suren Manvelyan (See the entire series here)

1. British Short Hair Cat

2. Nylus Crocodile

3. Lark

4. Fish

scienceisbeauty:

This helmet was made for astronaut Gordon Cooper and was used during training sessions prior to his Mercury mission, named Faith 7.
Source (National Air and Space Museum Home)

scienceisbeauty:

This helmet was made for astronaut Gordon Cooper and was used during training sessions prior to his Mercury mission, named Faith 7.

Source (National Air and Space Museum Home)