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orphanwork:


Hiroshi Sugimoto    Past Tense

orphanwork:

Hiroshi Sugimoto    Past Tense

(via shihlun)

— 2 weeks ago with 355 notes

ghosts-in-the-tv:

Illustrations from My Second Sketchbook Squared by Marie-Louise Couder, (1930)

(Source: translate.google.co.uk, via casualoptimist)

— 1 month ago with 632 notes
Amazing show at the Brooklyn Museum - Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties. So much to see. This is a detail from Daniel LaRue Johnson’s Freedom Now, Number 1, 1963-64 (at Brooklyn Museum)

Amazing show at the Brooklyn Museum - Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties. So much to see. This is a detail from Daniel LaRue Johnson’s Freedom Now, Number 1, 1963-64 (at Brooklyn Museum)

— 1 month ago
ericaweiner:

We’re giving away a set of our brand-new Shape Bracelets.  To win these three stackable pieces, like, comment, and re-gram with the hashtag #ericaweinershapebracelets.  We’ll continue the giveaways all week as we release the rest of our collection!

Love them! #ericaweinershapebracelets

ericaweiner:

We’re giving away a set of our brand-new Shape Bracelets. To win these three stackable pieces, like, comment, and re-gram with the hashtag #ericaweinershapebracelets. We’ll continue the giveaways all week as we release the rest of our collection!

Love them! #ericaweinershapebracelets

— 1 month ago with 12 notes
#erica weiner 
Flowers.  (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Flowers. (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

— 3 months ago
A nice spot to wait. @highlinenyc  (at Highline Art Billboard Installation)

A nice spot to wait. @highlinenyc (at Highline Art Billboard Installation)

— 7 months ago
Waiting for Craig isn’t too hard. This is what I found by walking along N 9th in Williamsburg. #nycvistas

Waiting for Craig isn’t too hard. This is what I found by walking along N 9th in Williamsburg. #nycvistas

— 7 months ago
#nycvistas 
This sign on the Mutter Museum really says it all. @ @craigcoded (at Mütter Museum)

This sign on the Mutter Museum really says it all. @ @craigcoded (at Mütter Museum)

— 7 months ago