*Hold on
Sometimes u just have to push urself !
*Hold on
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lonequixote:

Phenomenon ~ Remedios Varo
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Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”

Bruno Munari - Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
“Speak Italian was first published in 1958 by artist, photographer and sculptor Bruno Munari. The photographs capture something from a time long since past, but the gestures themselves are still as current as can be. The book (a bilingual edition) was reissued a number of years ago by Chronicle Books.”
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99percentinvisible:

Aluminum animals by Eleanor Trevisanutto disguise security cameras. 
99percentinvisible:

Aluminum animals by Eleanor Trevisanutto disguise security cameras. 
99percentinvisible:

Aluminum animals by Eleanor Trevisanutto disguise security cameras. 
99percentinvisible:

Aluminum animals by Eleanor Trevisanutto disguise security cameras. 
99percentinvisible:

Aluminum animals by Eleanor Trevisanutto disguise security cameras. 
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expresswithsilence:

Mikko Kuorinki, Wall Piece with 200 Letters

Changing texts, removable letters, mouldings. 175 x 320 cm.
Quote from: Elias Canetti: The Human Province (1973)
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expresswithsilence:

Mikko Kuorinki, Wall Piece with 200 Letters

Changing texts, removable letters, mouldings. 175 x 320 cm.
Quote from: "Ansiktet" by Ingmar Bergman (1958)
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sfmoma:

Tomorrow at 12pm PST is the deadline to submit some fabulous, conceptual, colorful, or ultra modern nail art to our Modern Ball Nail Art Contest! 
Think you can top this Jessica Stockholder-inspired manicure? We’re all for breaking the rules for the sake of creativity. 
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blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton