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Our Best Machines Are Made Of Sunshine
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exam:

undercover ready to wear f/w 2014
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nctryzob:

ハネゲルゲ(超人バロム1)
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transitmaps:

teded:

Behold! The bustling metropolis of our brains!
From the TED-Ed lesson How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins
Animation by Sharon Colman Graham

Brain/Tube Map animated GIF? Reblog.
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asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
asylum-art:

Jiang Pengyi::Everything Illuminates 
Jiang Pengyi‘s latest series, Everything Illuminates, sees the artist mixing fluorescent powders with liquid wax, and applying it to various, commonly-found objects.
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give-n-go:

Rotating Circle by Florian Wirtz (@florian-wirtz on CodePen) and Dribbble inspiration
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vvni:

Lost Boys, Slava Mogutin’s first monograph, is a compelling collection of his portraits and landscapes taken over the past ten years—since he was exiled from Russia for “malicious hooliganism with exceptional cynicism and extreme insolence.”
vvni:

Lost Boys, Slava Mogutin’s first monograph, is a compelling collection of his portraits and landscapes taken over the past ten years—since he was exiled from Russia for “malicious hooliganism with exceptional cynicism and extreme insolence.”
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asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine
 on Facebook 
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie  Nyree Photo Model: Gisèle PletzerStylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
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cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
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cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
cross-connect:

Mary Iverson received a BFA in design from received Cornish College of the Arts in 1995 and an MFA in painting from University of Washington seven years later.
Initially a plein air painter, the focus of her work gradually shifted toward the colorful and geometric aspects of shipping containers, and the shipping industry at large.
Iverson has won several awards and her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries across the Pacific Northwest, including Museum of Northwest Art, Kittredge Gallery at the University of Puget Sound, and Gage Academy of Art via
:)
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ybca:

Really got conversation with Alex Klein and Mark Owen, the curator and graphic designer behind the ICA’s Excursus project.
AK & MO: Excursus was a two-year, four-part initiative at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia positioned at the intersection of art and design, programs and exhibitions, and the archive and the museum. It took the form of a rotating installation on the ICA mezzanine, a curated series of intimate events, and an online residency on the Excursus website, which also acted as a form of real-time documentation. Each of the four invited participants— Reference Library, East of Borneo, Ooga Booga, and Primary Information—work in a space between artistic domains that don’t always have a comfortable place within a traditional gallery setting, such as publication, distribution, archival research, and programming. Alex was hired in 2011 as ICA’s newly-created Program Curator, and Excursus was a way to explore and activate the “discursive space” of the museum as it approached it’s 50th anniversary and to challenge the notion of how a program could function and how we might gauge its success. ICA is a non-collecting institution with a long history of ground-breaking exhibitions—Andy Warhol, Paul Thek, and Martin Kippenberger each had their first U.S. solo museum shows at ICA, for example—and thus ICA’s extensive archive is in a very real sense its collection. Each of the participants was thus invited to delve into the ICA archive and to make connections both with their own concerns and the exhibitions currently on view in the main galleries. An “excursus” is a literary term describing a digression or supplement to a primary text, and the project was conceived very much in that spirit, with every element, from the installation to the programming, emerging from these conceptual and material connections. The aim was to provide a platform that could be responsive and flexible–both in terms of form and authorship–and that could could bridge the gap between extra-institutional and institutional activities while still maintaining a strong framework and a grounding in the physical space of the ICA. (via ICA’s Excursus: Interview with Alex Klein and Mark Owens — The Gradient — Walker Art Center)
Shared by Ceci Moss, Visual Arts Assistant Curator
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Made With Paper
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Made With Paper
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Made With Paper
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Made With Paper
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Made With Paper