r-haigh:

Actual screenshot from a documentary about Arvo Part

likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper
1. Morning Sun (1952)
2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)
3. Automat (1927)
4. Intermission (1963)
5. City Sunlight (1954) likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper
1. Morning Sun (1952)
2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)
3. Automat (1927)
4. Intermission (1963)
5. City Sunlight (1954) likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper
1. Morning Sun (1952)
2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)
3. Automat (1927)
4. Intermission (1963)
5. City Sunlight (1954) likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper
1. Morning Sun (1952)
2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)
3. Automat (1927)
4. Intermission (1963)
5. City Sunlight (1954) likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper
1. Morning Sun (1952)
2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)
3. Automat (1927)
4. Intermission (1963)
5. City Sunlight (1954)

likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper

1. Morning Sun (1952)

2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)

3. Automat (1927)

4. Intermission (1963)

5. City Sunlight (1954)

smithsonianlibraries:

Dance like no one’s watching!

reproduction of a woodcut from The Book of Chronicles and Stories (1493) taken from Stammler’s  Die Totentänze (1922)

Grouper - Wind Return - A I A : Dream Loss

Everyone should hear this song.

dosemes:

etceterablog:

Roy Lichtenstein
Mirror #9 (36” diameter), 1972
Oil and Magna on canvas
36 inches diameter

INSPIRATIONS.

nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky
nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky

nevver:

Can’t see the forest, there’s too many trees - Daniel Kovalovszky

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magictransistor:

Adolf Wölfli
magictransistor:

Adolf Wölfli

Ken Price

Untitled, 1991

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moma:

Gustav Klimt, born today in 1862, is primarily known for his paintings of figures, but he also painted landscapes throughout his career. 

[Gustav Klimt. The Park. 1910 or earlier.]

magictransistor:

R. Buckminster Fuller. Nine Chains To The Moon. Arcturus Books. 1963.

I want it two foot lower, Bucky.

“I learned that just beneath the surface there’s another world, and still different worlds as you dig deeper. I knew it as a kid, but I couldn’t find the proof. It was just a kind of feeling. There is goodness in blue skies and flowers, but another force—a wild pain and decay—also accompanies everything.”
David Lynch  (via avec-des-sentiments)

Words of the enlightened.

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magictransistor:

Óscar Domínguez. Souvenir de Paris, Butterflies Lost in the Mountains, Guanche Cave, The Steamroller and the Rose (top to bottom). 1930s. magictransistor:

Óscar Domínguez. Souvenir de Paris, Butterflies Lost in the Mountains, Guanche Cave, The Steamroller and the Rose (top to bottom). 1930s. magictransistor:

Óscar Domínguez. Souvenir de Paris, Butterflies Lost in the Mountains, Guanche Cave, The Steamroller and the Rose (top to bottom). 1930s. magictransistor:

Óscar Domínguez. Souvenir de Paris, Butterflies Lost in the Mountains, Guanche Cave, The Steamroller and the Rose (top to bottom). 1930s.

magictransistor:

Óscar Domínguez. Souvenir de Paris, Butterflies Lost in the Mountains, Guanche Cave, The Steamroller and the Rose (top to bottom). 1930s.