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rifles:

John Baldessari — There Isn’t Time (Goya Series), 1997

rifles:

John Baldessari — There Isn’t Time (Goya Series), 1997

(via ofotherspaces)

Cities are for
                 breaking you into several people
                                                          at once.
– excerpted from Lug Your Body out of the Careful Dusk, by Joshua Marie Wilkinson (via inmilkwood)

(Source: miraging, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

turmritze:

Saturn and it’s mooooooons

turmritze:

Saturn and it’s mooooooons



the bridge between the two that could never hold our weight

Frank Newby / Cedric Price _ London Zoo Aviaryspaceforthebirds

Frank Newby / Cedric Price _ London Zoo Aviary

spaceforthebirds

museumuesum:

Oliver Beer
Oma’s Kitchen Floor, 2008
Linoleum floor tiles, 511cm x 350cm
"Oma was the name I called my grandmother. She put the lino down in the 1960’s and over four decades her feet gradually wore through the decorative pattern. Over the years marks appeared in front of the oven, the sink, the front door, where she turned around in front of the fridge, where she sat at her table shuffling her feet. Like a drawing made over forty years, these worn patches describe half a lifetime of movement.”

museumuesum:

Oliver Beer

Oma’s Kitchen Floor, 2008

Linoleum floor tiles, 511cm x 350cm

"Oma was the name I called my grandmother. She put the lino down in
the 1960’s and over four decades her feet gradually wore through the decorative pattern. Over the years marks appeared in front of the oven, the sink, the front door, where she turned around in front of the fridge, where she sat at her table shuffling her feet. Like a drawi
ng made over forty years, these worn patches describe half a lifetime of movement.”

(via archoftheworld)

"Don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong"

"Don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong"

albert hall museum_jaipur / char bagh 1632
“Una de las alfombras más antiguas conocidas es la del rey Sasánido Chosroes (531-579). Su existencia es una leyenda, sobrevive en copias y en descripciones poéticas. Era usada en invierno por el rey para recordarle su jardín florecido en primavera. Cosida en oro, plata y seda, tenía dibujos de un jardín, con paseos y acequias. Frutas y flores (…)”

albert hall museum_jaipur / char bagh 1632

“Una de las alfombras más antiguas conocidas es la del rey Sasánido Chosroes (531-579). Su existencia es una leyenda, sobrevive en copias y en descripciones poéticas. Era usada en invierno por el rey para recordarle su jardín florecido en primavera. Cosida en oro, plata y seda, tenía dibujos de un jardín, con paseos y acequias. Frutas y flores (…)”

char bagh, Iran, Burrell Collection, Glasgow, período sefavid, s.XVII

char bagh, Iran, Burrell Collection, Glasgow, período sefavid, s.XVII

rifles:

John Baldessari — There Isn’t Time (Goya Series), 1997

rifles:

John Baldessari — There Isn’t Time (Goya Series), 1997

(via ofotherspaces)

Cities are for
                 breaking you into several people
                                                          at once.
– excerpted from Lug Your Body out of the Careful Dusk, by Joshua Marie Wilkinson (via inmilkwood)

(Source: miraging, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

jed carter - eyes on the sky

turmritze:

Saturn and it’s mooooooons

turmritze:

Saturn and it’s mooooooons



the bridge between the two that could never hold our weight

Frank Newby / Cedric Price _ London Zoo Aviaryspaceforthebirds

Frank Newby / Cedric Price _ London Zoo Aviary

spaceforthebirds

museumuesum:

Oliver Beer
Oma’s Kitchen Floor, 2008
Linoleum floor tiles, 511cm x 350cm
"Oma was the name I called my grandmother. She put the lino down in the 1960’s and over four decades her feet gradually wore through the decorative pattern. Over the years marks appeared in front of the oven, the sink, the front door, where she turned around in front of the fridge, where she sat at her table shuffling her feet. Like a drawing made over forty years, these worn patches describe half a lifetime of movement.”

museumuesum:

Oliver Beer

Oma’s Kitchen Floor, 2008

Linoleum floor tiles, 511cm x 350cm

"Oma was the name I called my grandmother. She put the lino down in
the 1960’s and over four decades her feet gradually wore through the decorative pattern. Over the years marks appeared in front of the oven, the sink, the front door, where she turned around in front of the fridge, where she sat at her table shuffling her feet. Like a drawi
ng made over forty years, these worn patches describe half a lifetime of movement.”

(via archoftheworld)

"Don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong"

"Don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong"

albert hall museum_jaipur / char bagh 1632
“Una de las alfombras más antiguas conocidas es la del rey Sasánido Chosroes (531-579). Su existencia es una leyenda, sobrevive en copias y en descripciones poéticas. Era usada en invierno por el rey para recordarle su jardín florecido en primavera. Cosida en oro, plata y seda, tenía dibujos de un jardín, con paseos y acequias. Frutas y flores (…)”

albert hall museum_jaipur / char bagh 1632

“Una de las alfombras más antiguas conocidas es la del rey Sasánido Chosroes (531-579). Su existencia es una leyenda, sobrevive en copias y en descripciones poéticas. Era usada en invierno por el rey para recordarle su jardín florecido en primavera. Cosida en oro, plata y seda, tenía dibujos de un jardín, con paseos y acequias. Frutas y flores (…)”

char bagh, Iran, Burrell Collection, Glasgow, período sefavid, s.XVII

char bagh, Iran, Burrell Collection, Glasgow, período sefavid, s.XVII

"Cities are for
                 breaking you into several people
                                                          at once."

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