Shaking the Grass                      

Shaking the Grass

       
 
 
enginkid88modern:

BRADLEY WALKER TOMLIN (1899-1953) - NUMBER 15
               
    Apr 20  

enginkid88modern:

BRADLEY WALKER TOMLIN (1899-1953) - NUMBER 15

           
 
 
   

Redesign of the “Oblique Strategies” by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. The Oblique Strategies are tools to resolve creative problems. 

Redesign of the “Oblique Strategies” by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. The Oblique Strategies are tools to resolve creative problems. 

Redesign of the “Oblique Strategies” by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. The Oblique Strategies are tools to resolve creative problems. 

Redesign of the “Oblique Strategies” by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. The Oblique Strategies are tools to resolve creative problems. 
             
    Apr 20  

Redesign of the “Oblique Strategies” by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. The Oblique Strategies are tools to resolve creative problems. 

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ce-sac-contient:

Andy Warhol (1928-1987) - Details of Renaissance Paintings (Piero Della Francesca, Madonna Del Duca Da Montefeltro, ca 1472 ) (F. & S. IIB.316A), 1984
Screenprint in colors (63.5 x 94 cm)
               
    Apr 19  

ce-sac-contient:

Andy Warhol (1928-1987) - Details of Renaissance Paintings (Piero Della Francesca, Madonna Del Duca Da Montefeltro, ca 1472 ) (F. & S. IIB.316A), 1984

Screenprint in colors (63.5 x 94 cm)

(via he-artblog)

           
 
 
 
               
    Apr 19  

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gloryandus:


Claude Monet’s La Seine à Vetheuil, c. 1880

On display in the Portland Museum of Art.

I used to hate Monet, and truth be told Impressionism has never been my favorite movement/period, but sometimes you just need to be reminded that there are things this beautiful in the world. That require no real explanation. 
               
    Apr 19  

gloryandus:

Claude Monet’s La Seine à Vetheuil, c. 1880

On display in the Portland Museum of Art.

I used to hate Monet, and truth be told Impressionism has never been my favorite movement/period, but sometimes you just need to be reminded that there are things this beautiful in the world. That require no real explanation. 

(via impressionsonmymind)

           
 
 
 
               
    Apr 19  

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suedetaxi:

"The gratification comes in the doing, not in the results."—James Dean
               
    Apr 19  

suedetaxi:

"The gratification comes in the doing, not in the results."
—James Dean

(via hankeatspaint)

           
 
 
 
nevver:

It’s Record Store Day! Go back and get ignored by record store employees who think they’re cooler than you, just like in the good old days.
               
    Apr 19  

nevver:

It’s Record Store Day! Go back and get ignored by record store employees who think they’re cooler than you, just like in the good old days.

(via nevver)

           
 
 
 
deviaserproibido:

Pool Parlor by Jacob Lawrence, 1942.
               
    Apr 19  

deviaserproibido:

Pool Parlor by Jacob Lawrence, 1942.

(via buttondownmoda)

           
 
 
   
medievaldogs:

Utrecht School: “A Young Shepherdess With A Wreath Of Flowers In Her Hair, Holding A Staff” (17th century)
medievaldogs:

Utrecht School: “A Young Shepherdess With A Wreath Of Flowers In Her Hair, Holding A Staff” (17th century)
             
    Apr 18  

medievaldogs:

Utrecht School: “A Young Shepherdess With A Wreath Of Flowers In Her Hair, Holding A Staff” (17th century)

(via partialfantasy)

           
 
 
           

"We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations."

- Anais Nin (via cabaretfurs)

(Source: balidomalido, via englishmajorinrepair)

     
    Apr 18              
 
 
 
vintagegal:

Elizabeth Taylor takes a break from shooting Cleopatra (1962)
               
    Apr 18  

vintagegal:

Elizabeth Taylor takes a break from shooting Cleopatra (1962)

(via styleisstyle)

           
 
 
             

marsneedswomen:

What I lack in attractiveness I make up for in film trivia

(Source: changbaby, via la-persienne)

   
    Apr 18              
 
 
 
androphilia:

Snow White by Katie Torn, 2012
               
    Apr 18              
 
 
 
androphilia:

Still life with Clock by Katie Torn, 2012
               
    Apr 18