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This is lovely. I would love to have my grandmother's signature incorporated in a piece of jewelry.

Things I Love

// Things I Love Thursday v.168

Universal Vision / Sacred Geometry ♥

Hypercube, by T/KEC/RE (Kostya Sasquatch), Sacred Geometry ♥

Victor Vasarely. Op Art is so inspirational for Zentangle patterns and Zentangle Inspired Art

Hand Fan

Illustration by Alex Cherry Florence And The Machine - The Bird Song


Florence and the Machine-She's gorge. #Florence #Welch Florence and the #Machine via Rachel Hussey Parish

Florence Welch Covers Company April 2012

Alex Vause #oitnb

Laura Prepon

Istvan Orosz

István Orosz Explained


Random Stuff by David Milan on Behance

A Reading Guide For Surviving Your 20s slightly concerned most of these came up on my Amazon suggested read list...

15 Books to Give Your Friends Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis

Reading books within books. Whoever did this is doing it in my house

Reading books within books

10 Quotes for the Ultimate Book Lover

I'm not a fan of the whole "keep calm and" fad, *but*, this one has tea, and reading - Plus, my Grandma and Grandpa had those cups!

A Town Girl's Life: Books and Tea…

Anxiety does not take away tomorrows troubles so don't let it steal todays peace

Pick up a pinecone...You may find eight spirals winding up to the left and 13 spirals winding up to the right, or 13 left and 21 right spirals, or other pairs of numbers. The striking fact is that these pairs of numbers are adjacent numbers in the famous Fibonacci series: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21... The phenomenon is well known and called phyllotaxis...― Stuart A. Kauffman

Quotes About Systems (32 quotes)

Your House by Berlin-based artist Olafur Eliasson. Commissioned by the Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Your House is a remarkable arrangement of cutouts and imagery presented in a minimalist yet technical format. #booklet #architecture

I was very drawn to these images this morning. Love and Light to you all

Julio le Parc is a modern op artist and kinetic artist born in 1928 in Mendoza, Argentina. A precursor of Kinetic Art and Op Art, founding member of Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visual [1] and recipient of the Grand Prize for Painting at the 33rd Venice Biennale in 1966, Julio Le Parc is a major figure in modern art history. The socially conscious artist was expelled from France in May 1968, after participating in the Atelier Populaire and its protests against major institutions.