Smithsonian Natural History Museum  in the 1970s

Feather identification expert Roxie Laybourne, amidst a portion of NMNH's bird collection. Photo by Chip Clark. Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

Never too many pastels

Belgian artist Mathieu Weemaels’ pastel collection(via Pin by Brenda Lowe Thomas on Texture

danbigelowphotography:  Tabasco chili peppers from my garden.  They’re each smaller than your pinkie, but really hot.  Once they ripen, I dr...

danbigelowphotography: Tabasco chili peppers from my garden. They’re each smaller than your pinkie, but really hot. Once they ripen, I dr.pinned from things organized neatly

Portland – based photographer Jim Golden started a series of still life photographs featuring colossal collections of everyday objects. The series is a massive visual delight making each viewer notice the minute details of every object in the photographs.

Still Life Photography by Jim Golden

Portland – based photographer Jim Golden Like the order within the chaos. Differences within the same sort of object and the colour segmentation.

Oregon Beach Comber by Jim Golden  Styling by Kristin Lane

jimgolden: “ Beachcomber Collection - styling by Kristin Lane - After working on my coast project a bunch in January, I really wanted to make an image of all the stuff i saw on the beaches.

Ordinary things + multiples = magic. Someday I'll give a fictional character this collection. Via The Caledonian Mining Expedition Company.

A true master of the art of collection display was the late Ettore Guatelli. This set of photos of his rural museum in Italy are absolutely spellbinding and show just what is possible when displaying an assortment of objects.

takeovertime

If you have a child-like joy of taking something apart, we think you´ll enjoy this. The new book Things Come Apart by Todd McLellan, is a unique photographic vision of the material world, a teardown manual for modern living. The book is illustrated

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