suchaniceprint:

by Heini Uusisilta-ImmonenSyke II 2012puupiirros, telaus kalvolle /woodcut, paint rolling on plastic49,5 cm x 49 cm

suchaniceprint:

by Heini Uusisilta-Immonen
Syke II 
2012
puupiirros, telaus kalvolle /woodcut, paint rolling on plastic
49,5 cm x 49 cm

staceythinx:

Images from the book NAMI by photographer and Buddhist monk Syoin Kajii.

elisemesner:

Illustrated by Antonio, circa 1960s

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ourkingpsychodelicsloth:

Psychedelic art. Reminds me of sixties pop art. What do you think??
Souce: unknown.

what I think is: that paint sure looks like acrylic paint and oh god I hope that girl is wearing underwear (looks like it, thank god) because I wouldn’t want to get that shit in my bits. that would be unhealthy and nasty.

ourkingpsychodelicsloth:

Psychedelic art. Reminds me of sixties pop art.
What do you think??

Souce: unknown.

what I think is: 
that paint sure looks like acrylic paint and oh god I hope that girl is wearing underwear (looks like it, thank god) because I wouldn’t want to get that shit in my bits. that would be unhealthy and nasty.

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scanzen:

Particle Tracks On Film from the Fermilab Bubble Chamber.

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virakonesonethasack:

CMYK screenprints on plexiglass.
Macro photos of water droplets.

virakonesonethasack:

CMYK screenprints on plexiglass.

Macro photos of water droplets.

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doll-intestines:

This strikes something within me

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nervoservo:

Charles W. Dahlgreen
A Note in Pattern, 1933.

nervoservo:

Charles W. Dahlgreen

A Note in Pattern, 1933.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jud Turner.

Bio-Cycle, 2008. Found object sculpture, welded steel.

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foxmouth:

The Sea in Me, 2014 | Marzena Skubatz

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twigbookshop:

Rest in peace, Gabo. 

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aaarrgh. I hurt my right knee-area today at some point and now the leg is killing me. :< something isn’t in it’s right place but I don’t know how to fix it. D: I hope that sleep will heal.

vintagebooksdesign:

VINTAGE WAR

To mark the centenary of the First World War, Vintage is launching a unique collection of war fiction. April 2014 will see the publication of twelve works by the greatest writers of the last century, each tackling this most powerful and universal of subjects.

The series was a collaborative effort by the Vintage Design team. Each cover was designed and hand-painted in-house, with the aim of giving a bold, contemporary look to these war-themed classics.

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thecrashcourse:

If One Finger Brought Oil - Things Fall Apart part I: Crash Course Literature 208

In which John Green teaches you about Chinua Achebe’s 1958 novel, Things Fall Apart. You’ll learn about Igboland, a region in modern day Nigeria, prior to the arrival of the British Empire. Achebe tells the story of Okonkwo, an Igbo villager who has worked his way up from life as a sharecropped and become a respected leader in his community. Okonkwo has a tragic fall, and is exiled. And then the trouble starts. British missionaries arrive, and change everything. Things Fall Apart has a lot to say about colonization, and even something to say about decolonization.

oh no! I’ve read things in wrong order! D:
I thought To Kill a Mockingbird would be the next one!