hrvst:

supermax72:

STONE ISLAND

LIQUID REFLECTIVE FIELD JACKET

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20aliens:

Jeff Brouws

winterfellis:


1931/1720*- by june1777 on Flickr.

digbicks:

Abelardo Morell invites us to discover Camera Obscura, a series of photographs of rooms and chambers in which are projected the outside view through a lens or a prism to obtain images marrying with talent & curiosity outside and inside.

  1. View of Landscape Outside Florence Looking East Toward Where Galileo Died in Exile. Italy (2009)
  2. Garden With Olive Tree Inside Room With Plants, Outside Florence, Italy (2009)
  3. View of Landscape Outside Florence in Room With Bookcase. Italy (2009)
  4. View of the Brooklyn Bridge in Bedroom (2009)
  5. View of the Manhattan Bridge-April 30th / Afternoon (2010)
  6. View of Florence Looking Northwest Inside Bedroom. Italy (2009)
  7. Piazzetta San Marco Looking Southeast in Office (2007)
  8. Santa Maria della Salute in Palazzo Bedroom, Venice, Italy (2006)
  9. View Of Central Park Looking North-Winter (2013)
  10. View of Central Park Looking North-Fall (2008)
duelingscar:

peaceblaster:

Hey man, nice shot.


Nice shot, man

duelingscar:

peaceblaster:

Hey man, nice shot.

Nice shot, man

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likeafieldmouse:

Cy Twombly

1. Panorama (1955)

2. Untitled (1971)

3. Untitled (1968/71)

4. Night Watch (1966)

5. Untitled (1968)

6. Cold Stream (1966)

7. Untitled (1966)

8. Untitled (1970)

upandcomingart:

Brad Downey

adamferriss:


slip

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therhumboogie:

By Aki Inomata, quite literally taking the hermit crabs ability for carrying their home on their back, the Japanese artist crafts architecturally inspired shells from plastic for the crabs, with miniature cities on them. I think another fantastic aspect is the transparency, how you can see the anatomy of the crab even when they withdraw is just fascinating.

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sinnerer:



Named after the Hawaiian word for “spewing,” the mythical home of the volcanic goddess Pele rises 4,190 feet from the southeastern part of the Big Island. One of the world’s most active and perilous volcanoes, Kilauea has been erupting for more than three decades, fitfully coughing basaltic lava into the Pacific Ocean below. You can easily spot the billowing plumes of scorching gas in the daytime. But if you can, visit after sunset, when the lava flows glow more visibly, creating a beautifully infernal light show.

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sinnerer:

Named after the Hawaiian word for “spewing,” the mythical home of the volcanic goddess Pele rises 4,190 feet from the southeastern part of the Big Island. One of the world’s most active and perilous volcanoes, Kilauea has been erupting for more than three decades, fitfully coughing basaltic lava into the Pacific Ocean below. You can easily spot the billowing plumes of scorching gas in the daytime. But if you can, visit after sunset, when the lava flows glow more visibly, creating a beautifully infernal light show.

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spoony:

FFFFOUND! | DETHJUNKIE*

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