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ilaurens:

• - By: (MICHAELIS R/P)

ilaurens:

- By: (MICHAELIS R/P)


gotagirlcrush:

Got a Girl Crush On: Cornelia Konrads’s ethereal site-specific installation art

From thisiscolossal.com:

Her work is frequently punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, where stacked objects like logs, fences, and doorways appear to be suspended in mid-air, reinforcing their temporary nature as if the installation is beginning to dissolve before your very eyes.

See more on Konrads’s website.



darksilenceinsuburbia:

Indian Houses inspired by Ettore Sottsass.

Tirunamavalai, Tamil Nadu

Photography by Vincent Leroux


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"I really do feel that the most depressing things to me are happy movies that are lies." - Charlie Kaufman

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"I wanted to find something that was really scary. I think the thing I realized afterwards is that things that are really scary are unpopular. I think horror movies are popular because they’re not really scary, they’re fun. I mean they’re scary you get your blood pressure up and all but it’s more like a ride." - Charlie Kaufman about Synecdoche, New York

arsvitaest:

Charles Spencelayh (1865–1958), Burning Zeppelin (Cuffley) Sept 3rd 1916, oil on canvasboard 
Thanks to anotherword and blastedheath

arsvitaest:

Charles Spencelayh (1865–1958), Burning Zeppelin (Cuffley) Sept 3rd 1916,
oil on canvasboard

Thanks to anotherword and blastedheath



deadpanaesthetic:

Jasper Johns,Dancers on a Plane, 1980–1.oil paint and acrylic paint on canvas and bronze frame, 200 x 161.9 cm

deadpanaesthetic:

Jasper Johns,
Dancers on a Plane, 1980–1.
oil paint and acrylic paint on canvas and bronze frame, 200 x 161.9 cm


robertnendza:

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robertnendza:

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phileas69:

Gertrud Arndt Projet de tapis / Design for a rug (Vu sur la photo de 1924 du bureau de Walter Gropius / As featured on the 1924 photo of Walter Gropius’ office) 1924

phileas69:

Gertrud Arndt
Projet de tapis / Design for a rug
(Vu sur la photo de 1924 du bureau de Walter Gropius / As featured on the 1924 photo of Walter Gropius’ office)
1924