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snowce:

Moebius

snowce:

Moebius

designboom:

the lotus building by studio505 blooms in wujin, china
image © john gollings

get the full story of the inhabitable sculpture here.

venusmilk:

The Gold Tree with illustration by Austin Osman Spare

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venusmilk:

The Gold Tree with illustration by Austin Osman Spare

kriemhildsrevenge:


Die Philosophie (1918)Stecher: Graphische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt Wien Inventor: Klimt, Gustav (1862-1918)

kriemhildsrevenge:

Die Philosophie (1918)
Stecher: Graphische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt Wien
Inventor: Klimt, Gustav (1862-1918)

templeofapelles:

Martin Wittfooth

templeofapelles:

Martin Wittfooth

cross-connect:

Alex Alemany born 1943 in Valencia is a Spanish artist who is known for his surrealistic paintings which are often categorized as “magical realism”. Some of his works can be termed as “hyper-realistic” and some as “poetic”. Most of his paintings look “surreal” with a distinct theme painted in a different style. Alex Alemany paintings can be placed between art and literature via

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templeofapelles:

Owain Departs from Landine, Edward Burne Jones

templeofapelles:

Owain Departs from Landine, Edward Burne Jones

templeofapelles:

Waterhouse

templeofapelles:

Waterhouse

ancient-serpent:

Gold wreath of a Thracian aristocrat (ca. 4th century BCE) from Golyamata Mogila (Bulgaria)

ancient-serpent:

Gold wreath of a Thracian aristocrat (ca. 4th century BCE) from Golyamata Mogila (Bulgaria)

ritual-specialists:

1) Gennady Pavlishin’s illustration to a storybook titled Tales of the Amur, which contains folk tales collected amongst the Nanai people by Dmitry Nagishkin. The illustrator was quite fascinated with traditional motifs of peoples living in the region of the river Amur and he integrated a good amount of these patterns into his artwork.

2) A Nanai ritual specialist and his assistant photographed in 1895