Calder by Matter Constellation - Herbert Matter, Vertical Constellation with Yellow Bone, 1943. Photo Herbert Matter. © 2013 Calder Foundation, New York.

Calder by Matter Constellation - Herbert Matter, Vertical Constellation with Yellow Bone, 1943.
Photo Herbert Matter.
© 2013 Calder Foundation, New York.

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aizea:

Torkil Gudnason for Mademoiselle Magazine, March 1984.

aizea:

Torkil Gudnason for Mademoiselle Magazine, March 1984.

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just-un-ti-tled:

Mariah Carey’s Rainbow Photoshoot 1999.

just-un-ti-tled:

Mariah Carey’s Rainbow Photoshoot 1999.

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secretcinema1:

All Single, Double, Triple, and Quadruple Combinations of Lines in Four Directions One-Two-Three-and Four-Part Combinations, 1969, Sol LeWitt

secretcinema1:

All Single, Double, Triple, and Quadruple Combinations of Lines in Four Directions One-Two-Three-and Four-Part Combinations, 1969, Sol LeWitt

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Fig. 58. Medullary tracts on cross-section of spinal cord. 1885.

Fig. 58. Medullary tracts on cross-section of spinal cord. 1885.

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mpdrolet:

From Tears
Vittorio Ciccarelli

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caliphorniaqueen:

popculturediedin2009:

John Mayer breaks up with Jessica Simpson on a hotel balcony in Cabo, 2007

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xv7:

this is like the old early 2000 photos couples used to take in the club just a lizard version

xv7:

this is like the old early 2000 photos couples used to take in the club just a lizard version

(Source: zamutikusokmnekiria, via nataliemartin)

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Charles Ray, The Examination, 1984

Charles Ray, The Examination, 1984

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Jeff Dietz 

Jeff Dietz 

(Source: jeffdietz)

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20aliens:

For Kids Only by Jesper Hom and Sven Gronlykke.1975 Swiss book

20aliens:

For Kids Only by Jesper Hom and Sven Gronlykke.1975 Swiss book

(via lifeonsundays)

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Dorothea RockburneDividing (The Water under the Firmament from the Waters above the Firmament); Star Path; First Day, 1994 Wall installation at André Emmerich Gallery, Lascaux acquacryl on gesso-prepared surface, overall height 3.3m (11ft).
Dorothea Rockburne
Dividing (The Water under the Firmament from the Waters above the Firmament); Star Path; First Day, 1994
Wall installation at André Emmerich Gallery,
Lascaux acquacryl on gesso-prepared surface, overall height 3.3m (11ft).

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yourlovelessvalentine:

Slowdive in Toronto during a rehearsal of Melon Yellow 

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