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Mid century Japanese print

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Illustrations by Shaun Tan from the book Tales from Outer Suburbia. | from blog thisisawhat

Shaun Tan

Iglesia de Týn by Francisco's watercolors, via Flickr Acuarela / Watercolor

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Like the juxtaposition of plywood + marble

An entry from Taylor Sterling

Jean Geraci.

just another masterpiece

Deer, 1615-1868, Edo period – Katsushika Hokusai

Japanese Art | Deer | F1904.259

Earlier this year, the Guggenheim Museum put online 65 modern art books, giving you free access to books introducing the work of Alexander Calder, Edvard Munch, Francis Bacon, Gustav Klimt & Egon Schiele, and Kandinsky. Now, just a few short months later, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has launched MetPublications, a portal that will 'eventually offer access to nearly all books, Bulletins, and Journals' published by the Met since 1870.

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"Victorian angel wings. Apparently, all the beading and sequins were sewn on by nuns, so that the wings could be used by children performing...

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Michael C. McMillen

Michael C. McMillen: "Temple of Luxor"


New Beautiful Backlit Paper Light Boxes By Hari & Deepti


⟣ Projects ⟢ — ⟜ R a c h e l ⋅ S u s s m a n ⤀

Danish artist John Kenn Mortensen pays tribute to the darker, spookier side of childhood filled with monsters and ghosts. Ugly, terrifying and bone-chilling monsters creep out of the darkest childhood nightmares and right into Kenn’s sticky notes. That’s right – the artist draws his highly imaginative little scenarios, where kids meet ghastly monsters, entirely on yellow post-its. | via Demilked

Creepy Monsters Drawn On Sticky Notes By John Kenn Mortensen

Artist Hinke Schreuders Alters 1950s Advertising and Fashion Photography with Hand-Stitched Embroidery

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Why The Body in Indian Art and Thought exhibition is unique The human body in Indian art is celebrated as both sensuous and sacred. William Dalrymple on an astonishing exhibition of little-known masterpieces exploring this 4,000-year tradition

Why The Body in Indian Art and Thought exhibition is unique

These intricate paper sculptures, created by Matthew Picton, are built from old old literature, phonebooks, etc. Through his work Picton explores the historic and fictional narratives associated with different cities, creating representations from different periods in history using texts and materials from each time period.

Matthew Picton - Design Crush

How We Picture a City: Venice and Google Maps | Overlaying old paintings of Venice with Google Street view

How We Picture a City: Venice and Google Maps

Barbara McFarlane | red-and-blue-london | Oil on Paper

Maps | Barbara Macfarlane - Artist

Abby Kasonik - Currently Available Works

Abby Kasonik - Currently Available Works

Strawberry Tree, by C.F.A. Voysey. England, 1918

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James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Nocturne in Black and Gold

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Edward Hopper. Solitary Figure in a Theater.

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Astoundingly Detailed Cut Paper Art by Pablo Lehmann in art Category

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Hyper Realistic Pastel Drawings of Greenland’s Icebergs Raise Awareness On Climate Change

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Camilo Jose Vergara - Detroit-By-Night | Tracking Time | Photographs urban decay going back to the same places

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Powerful Street Art by ROA Raises Awareness Of Environmental Issues | DeMilked

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