i-was-watching:

He was a Tim Burton character before Tim Burton started making movies

i-was-watching:

He was a Tim Burton character before Tim Burton started making movies

pianosplus:

Over the years we’ve accused many things of killing classical music. So far, none of them have.

pianosplus:

Over the years we’ve accused many things of killing classical music. So far, none of them have.

dreadventurous:

One of my favorite things I ever came across at the MET museum. Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) is, arguably, one of the greatest portraitists in the history of photography. This photo is called The Parting of Guinivere and Lancelot, 1874.

dreadventurous:

One of my favorite things I ever came across at the MET museum. Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) is, arguably, one of the greatest portraitists in the history of photography. This photo is called The Parting of Guinivere and Lancelot, 1874.

fleurdulys:

Professori J.W.Runebergin Muotokuva - Albert Edelfelt
1902

fleurdulys:

Professori J.W.Runebergin Muotokuva - Albert Edelfelt

1902

adelhaidis:

Brace Yourself…

adelhaidis:

Brace Yourself…

shoulderblades:

C42 M69 Y95 K50 & C42 M70 Y95 K50, coke wisdom o’neal, 2011

shoulderblades:

C42 M69 Y95 K50 & C42 M70 Y95 K50, coke wisdom o’neal, 2011

bagmilk:

people who scream when the teacher turns off the lights

image

hifructosemag:

Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed draws from the rich tradition of Middle Eastern carpet weaving to spin surreal creations that seem to defy physical laws — and the staticness of cultural relics. Sometimes his carpets appear to melt, their patterns dissolving into a pool of swirling colors like an oil slick, and other times they become three-dimensional, rising up in sharp spikes that defy the two-dimensional form. These are not carpets to be walked upon. Since we introduced Ahmed on the blog last May, he has created a new body of work that will debut at Cuadro Gallery in Dubai on September 14. A unique space in Dubai’s financial center, Cuadro is a non-profit gallery where Ahmed recently completed an artist residency. Take a look at some photos from Ahmed’s studio and his new works on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed draws from the rich tradition of Middle Eastern carpet weaving to spin surreal creations that seem to defy physical laws — and the staticness of cultural relics. Sometimes his carpets appear to melt, their patterns dissolving into a pool of swirling colors like an oil slick, and other times they become three-dimensional, rising up in sharp spikes that defy the two-dimensional form. These are not carpets to be walked upon. Since we introduced Ahmed on the blog last May, he has created a new body of work that will debut at Cuadro Gallery in Dubai on September 14. A unique space in Dubai’s financial center, Cuadro is a non-profit gallery where Ahmed recently completed an artist residency. Take a look at some photos from Ahmed’s studio and his new works on Hi-Fructose.

sloppy:

The deepest post on this site

sloppy:

The deepest post on this site

twerkforcats:

this is so important

twerkforcats:

this is so important