https://www.featureshoot.com/2018/01/humans-gone-homes-might-look-like/“I often remark that people are transient, while nature is constant. Nature (or our conception of it) will be here long after we...

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July 6, 2014
April 14, 2013 Phoebe Morris
September 30, 2010 Ida Lehtonen
April 12, 2014 Paris Loco, 2014 Ω

Thanks for the interview Citizens of Humanity Brand Magazine. If you can find an issue be sure to pick it up - it’s a beautiful large scale well made publication. “There are plenty of stolen moments. A car’s windshield reflecting a dreamy light. A cigarette in a puddle of leaves. Three pretzels stacked on a vendor’s cart. The Vancouver-based photographer describes her work as “quiet, aware and unassuming.” She adds, “Intimate and distant at the same time. ” Her work is deceptively...

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January 13, 2017

“Cocoon” silk light sculpture by Julian Melchiorri made from silk protein nano optics Cocoon is a light sculpture that explores the relationship between materials, light and our sensorial perception of them.  Cocoon is made by silk protein nano optics fabricated by Julian while he was working in lab exploring silk protein properties.  Julian firstly synthesized the protein solution directly from worm silk and crafted 2700 nano-prisms per millimetre on its surface thanks to Electron...

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danhallett: Ordinary hexagonal dendrite snowflake, highly magnified by a low-temperature scanning electron microscope.Sourcehttp://emu.arsusda.gov/snowsite/

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July 13, 2013 Mai-Thu Perret
December 25, 2010

kyleplatts: To celebrate reaching over one million users Depop threw a party at Beach London. I was commissioned to create an invitation and poster for the event. 

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SubmissionFriday:  michael tino | something about BLUE| »mixed on canvas. 30x30 or something approximating that. #abstract#abstract art#abstract expressionism#abstract painting#Contemporary Abstract Art#abstract drawing#Michael Tino#tinoart#blue

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January 29, 2015
August 26, 2017

mymodernmet: Perth, Australia-based artist Paul Kaptein explores themes of emptiness and time in his new sculpture titled and in the endless sounds there came a pause. Hand-carved from jelutong, a Malaysian wood, the work depicts a monk-like figure sitting in a meditative pose, his body and features distorted by a powerful and visually arresting “glitch” effect.

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Portraits from the École des Beaux-Arts Paris is on view through June 28. Repost @rcembalest ・・・ Detail of a self-portrait caricature by French artists Jean-Sully Mounet, known as Mounet-Sully (1841-1916), in @drawingcenter show of portraits from École des Beaux-Arts in Paris #MounetSully #JeanSullyMounet #DrawingCenter #EcoledesBeauxArts (at The Drawing Center)

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Submission Friday:Benjamin Cook “Double Vision” Acrylic on Paper 2016 IG: @benjamincookart www.benjamincookart.com

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November 30, 2013 Florian Schmidt
February 14, 2015 Luc Tuymans

Harold Mendez Panic dwindled into jitters into detached fascination. It was just a show. The longer I watched the less I felt. Events coupled, cavorted, and vanished, emotion hanging in mid air before my lemur eyes like a thin shred of homeless ectoplasm. It was cool. It was like drowning in syrup. (After Sally Mann), 2008-2011

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A Page from the #DrawingPapers Archive This page from Drawing Papers 5 features and untitled piece by Nic Hess drawn with charcoal and tape in 2000. The 2000 exhibition “[Together now]” featured an installation in which Hess paired two unlikely materials–charcoal drawings and adhesive tape. Tape-based images slot themselves alongside charcoal ones forming a jumbled assemblage causing the images either flow into each other or jostle for momentary attention. Hess is partial to incorporating wid...

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Five dancers who started their careers in the 1940s redefined dance in the United States, becoming some of the first American prima ballerinas in the world’s top companies, from the Ballets Russes to the Paris Opera Ballet. And they were all American Indians from Oklahoma.How Five American Indian Dancers Transformed Ballet in the 20th Century

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#ballet, #ballets_russe, #dance, #maria_tallchief, #marjorie_tallchief, #moscelyne_larkin, #new_york_city_ballet, #rosella_hightower, #yvonne_chouteau

December 5, 2016
December 24, 2011 ANNA CAMPBELL BLISS
June 30, 2015 Moses

Cleaning up our Ericson 29 to add her for sale. Incredible boat in amazing shape. 35HP atomic 4. Crispy sails and we’re including the Walker Bay sailing dingy too. Going to be a steal. On #latitude38 soon. (at Clipper Yacht Harbor)

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Mikhail Georgievich Abakumov (Абакумов Михаил Георгиевич Russian, 1948-2010)Кричит весна (Screaming Spring) via

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November 10, 2015 Giorgio Morandi