My favorites pictures: Art, Photography, Fashion, Design, Hi-tech. By Olivier Daaram Jollant-Photographer
21Jul2014
intangiblepetrifications:

Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, b. 1452 - 1519)

" A Corpse of Trees ” - Red chalk on paper

intangiblepetrifications:

Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, b. 1452 - 1519)

" A Corpse of Trees ” - Red chalk on paper

Originally from tyrman
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19Jul2014
matthewsgallery:

royalbks:

Marcel Duchamp | Sixteen Miles of String | New York | 1942
Photograph by Arnold Newman / Getty Images

More art history. 

matthewsgallery:

royalbks:

Marcel Duchamp | Sixteen Miles of String | New York | 1942

Photograph by Arnold Newman / Getty Images

More art history

(Source: archives-dada)

Originally from ariwhat
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18Jul2014
jihoa:

Aristide Maillol sculpting

jihoa:

Aristide Maillol sculpting

Originally from love-stephan
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11Jul2014
an-overwhelming-question:

Robert Frank - New York City, 1947 

an-overwhelming-question:

Robert Frank - New York City, 1947 

Originally from an-overwhelming-question
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28Jun2014
thecabinet:

Bronze Head, mounted on a torso Roman copy (1st to 2nd c. AD) based on a Hellenistic work, Perugia, British Museum, London

thecabinet:

Bronze Head, mounted on a torso Roman copy (1st to 2nd c. AD) based on a Hellenistic work, Perugia, British Museum, London

(Source: Wikipedia)

Originally from atavus
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28Jun2014

(Source: necrophilia-x-ame)

Originally from luminousinsect
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28Jun2014
jibadojo:

Urashima Taro is a Japanese legend about a fisherman who rescues a turtle and is rewarded for this with a visit to Ryūgū-jō, the palace of Ryūjin, the Dragon God, under the sea. He stays there for three days and, upon his return to his village, finds himself 300 years in the future.

jibadojo:

Urashima Taro is a Japanese legend about a fisherman who rescues a turtle and is rewarded for this with a visit to Ryūgū-jō, the palace of Ryūjin, the Dragon God, under the sea. He stays there for three days and, upon his return to his village, finds himself 300 years in the future.

Originally from jibadojo
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28Jun2014
arsvitaest:

Train yard
Author: A. Aubrey Bodine (American, 1906-1970)Medium: Gelatin silver print

arsvitaest:

Train yard

Author: A. Aubrey Bodine (American, 1906-1970)
Medium: Gelatin silver print

Originally from joreikick3rd
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27Jun2014
yama-bato:

Henri Berssenbrugge
Garçon jouant avec un cerceau, Marché aux poissons, Rotterdam,1910
http://www.rotterdam.nl/tekst:pietje_bell_haalde_wel_goede_cijfers

yama-bato:

Henri Berssenbrugge

Garçon jouant avec un cerceau, Marché aux poissons, Rotterdam,1910

http://www.rotterdam.nl/tekst:pietje_bell_haalde_wel_goede_cijfers

Originally from yama-bato
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21Jun2014
menstyled:

(via sulegeo44)

menstyled:

(via sulegeo44)

(Source: inblack-wetrust)

Originally from sawyerkane
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16Jun2014
lapetitecole:

Dorothea Lange

lapetitecole:

Dorothea Lange

Originally from anothergentlemanloser
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16Jun2014
mimbeau:

Brigitte Bardot on the set of “Vie privée” directed by  Louis Malle 
Paris 1961
Gamma

mimbeau:

Brigitte Bardot on the set of “Vie privée” directed by  Louis Malle 

Paris 1961

Gamma

Originally from mimbeau
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16Jun2014
thereisnoforgetting:

Behind Convent Walls, dir. Walerian Borowczyk, 1978. Based on Stendhal’s Walks in Rome (1829).

thereisnoforgetting:

Behind Convent Walls, dir. Walerian Borowczyk, 1978. Based on Stendhal’s Walks in Rome (1829).

(Source: missjelliebean)

Originally from beahobo
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16Jun2014
robertwun:


ROBERT WUN S/S 14  ' E • d e n ' 
Photography - Michal Pudelka / Creative director - Robert Wun .
www.robertwun.com

robertwun:

ROBERT WUN S/S 14  ' E • d e n ' 

Photography - Michal Pudelka / Creative director - Robert Wun .

www.robertwun.com

Originally from bibidebabideboo
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09Jun2014
twiceassure:

“I used to think I was the strangest person in the world but then I thought there are so many people in the world, there must be someone just like me who feels bizarre and flawed in the same ways I do. I would imagine her, and imagine that she must be out there thinking of me too. Well, I hope that if you are out there and read this and know that, yes, it’s true I’m here, and I’m just as strange as you.”
—   Frida Kahlo

twiceassure:

I used to think I was the strangest person in the world but then I thought there are so many people in the world, there must be someone just like me who feels bizarre and flawed in the same ways I do. I would imagine her, and imagine that she must be out there thinking of me too. Well, I hope that if you are out there and read this and know that, yes, it’s true I’m here, and I’m just as strange as you.

—   Frida Kahlo

(Source: naddynagirna)

Originally from monk3y
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