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this-sensuous-world:

Edward Hopper
Small town train station
Sep 1, 2014 / 28 notes

this-sensuous-world:

Edward Hopper

Small town train station

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washuti:

詩人。
Sep 1, 2014 / 1,687 notes

washuti:

詩人。

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Sep 1, 2014 / 18,178 notes

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ageoftheart:

The Watermelons
Artist: Diego RiveraYear: 1957Type: Oil on canvas
Sep 1, 2014 / 4,388 notes

ageoftheart:

The Watermelons

Artist: Diego Rivera
Year: 1957
Type: Oil on canvas

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miamifeminine:

Art Deco buildings in Miami Beach
Sep 1, 2014 / 17 notes

miamifeminine:

Art Deco buildings in Miami Beach

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pictorialautobiography:

Kenton Nelson, Mourning Peace
Sep 1, 2014 / 71 notes

pictorialautobiography:

Kenton Nelson, Mourning Peace

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iampetershervheim:

rkidd:

d0esntmakesense:

This is probably the coolest GIF I’ve ever seen.

now there’s some perspective.

I once saw a storm roll like this once. It was beautiful.

It was sunny as my friend and I were walking to another friends house and I hear this roar, look over and it’s a hail storm coming right at us and within seconds we were running in it to get away.
Sep 1, 2014 / 1,408,224 notes

londonfrequency:

iampetershervheim:

rkidd:

d0esntmakesense:

This is probably the coolest GIF I’ve ever seen.

now there’s some perspective.

I once saw a storm roll like this once. It was beautiful.

It was sunny as my friend and I were walking to another friends house and I hear this roar, look over and it’s a hail storm coming right at us and within seconds we were running in it to get away.

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Sep 1, 2014 / 2,112 notes

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architectureland:

House of Convexities Project designed by Antonino Cardillo architect

Loll

Sep 1, 2014 / 63 notes

lobisfemme:

Fileteado is a type of artistic drawing, with stylised lines and flowered, climbing plants, typically used in Buenos Aires,Argentina. It is used to adorn all kind of beloved objects: signs, taxis, lorries and even the old colectivos, Buenos Aires’s buses.

Filetes (the lines in fileteado style) are usually full of colored ornaments and symmetries completed with poetic phrases, sayings and aphorisms, both humorous or roguish, emotional or philosophical. They have been part of the culture of thePorteños (inhabitants of Buenos Aires) since the beginnings of the 20th century.

The filetes were born as simple ornaments, becoming an emblematic form of art for the city. Many of its initiators were European immigrants, who brought from Europe some elements or art, that were mixed with the local tradition, creating a very typical Argentine style. The fileteado was recognized as an art after 1970, when it was exhibited for the first time.

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mpdrolet:

Zak Arctander
Sep 1, 2014 / 232 notes