patrix urban
patrix urban
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chaboneobaiarroyoallende:

Erwitt
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chaboneobaiarroyoallende:

Mondrian
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mimbeau:

Kurt Otto-Wasow
Montmartre - Paris 1950s
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mimbeau:

Kurt Otto-Wasow
Ile de la Cité - Paris 1950s
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"I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am."
Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar (via burnedshoes)
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planetaryfolklore:

visualreverence: Cameron Baxter – "A Comprehensive Guide to Navigating Parallel Dimensions" [via]
planetaryfolklore:

visualreverence: Cameron Baxter – "A Comprehensive Guide to Navigating Parallel Dimensions" [via]
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varnishisapowerfulliquid:

The Real Art Handler…
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arabamolsamontgiymezdim:

Peikwen Cheng. Lamp mobile. Lost & Found Series.
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sublimespy:

Mira Schendel, Graphic Object 1967–8 Collection Patricia Phelps de Cisneros 
Tate Gallery
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im-not-mine:

John William Waterhouse, Boreas, 1903.
In greek mythology, Boreas was the purple-winged god of the north wind, one of the four directional Anemoi (wind-gods). He was also the god of winter, who swept down from the cold northern mountains of Thrake, chilling the air with his icy breath. To the north, beyond his mountain home, lay Hyperborea, a land of eternal spring which was never touched by the god’s cold wind.
When Boreas sought a wife, he carried off Oreithyia, daughter of King Erekhtheus of Athens, who was playing with her companions in a flowery riverside meadow. Their children included Khione the goddess of snow, and the Boreades, a pair of purple-winged heroes who chased away the Harpies which were plagueing King Phineus of Thrake.
Boreas and his brother winds were often imagined as horse-shaped gods. An old Greek folk belief was that the winds Boreas and Zephyros would sweep down upon the mares in early spring and fertilize them in the shape of wind-formed stallions. The horses born from these couplings were the swiftest and finest of their kind. The fabulous horses of King Laomedon of Troy were said to have been sired in this way by Boreas upon the Trojan mares.
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sickpage:

Manuel Mira Godinhoback to a small world, 2014
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mythologyofblue:

"I was very attached to not seeing anything in Iceland." -Roni Horn
Image: Irene Suchocki, The Elephant in the Water, Iceland +
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visual-poetry:

by kurt mautz (1977)
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bravo-hotel:

Untitled (Children with Sparklers in Provincetown) ca. 1958. Robert Frank. Gelatin silver print