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All buildings, outdoors, unusual, odd, different, modern, beautiful, sanctuary, talented, gifted, artisans, creative, working with the light

In my Color World, every single window would be like that. hundreds of threads make a rainbow - by installation artist Mark Garry

Marcello Mastroianni in his New York City hotel (1963, Arbus

The very handsome and talented Marcello Mastroianni, in his New York City hotel Arbus). He's one of my favorite actors. There's a lot going on with him, in this complex photo.

Anonymous (would love to know the story behind this picture! He must have been quite a troublesome child!)

Unidentified boy at the Slipshod Home for Feeble Minded Children. This was one of the Sisters’ means of testing endurance

Just nice way of using projector. Lovely interesting light.

Mirror Projection : Feeds my love of reflected light. Combine this with water somehow and it is a home run. This would be awesome mounted light on ceiling with projection on the wall as a permanent light feature in a house

robert rumas - mediations '12

robert rumas - mediations '12

A. Stewart Walker(Fuller Building), Leonard Schultze(Waldorf-Astoria), Ely Jacques Kahn(Squibb Building), William Van Alen(Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker(Wall Street Building), DE Ward(Metropolitan Tower)  and Joseph Freedlander(Museum of the City of New York).

chazhuttonsfsm: “ New York’s Architects dressed up at the 1931 Beaux-Arts costume ball as the buildings they designed. From left to right: A Stewart Walker as the Fuller Building, Leonard Schultze as.

(Nendo ‘mimic’ at the V)

London Design Festival 2012

The installation Mimicry Chairs by Studio Nendo in the V’s Tapestry Room is part of the museum’s involvement in the London Design Festival 2012 - Image - FX magazine

miroslaw balka - Google zoeken

Galerie Nordenhake is a leading European art gallery with spaces in Berlin and Stockholm.

Tilda Swinton asleep in a glass box at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art.  very cool, a statement to voyeurism/celebrityism? also slightly creepy, especially with the prison denim/cot. am I reading too much into this?

Happy Weekend

Tilda Swinton sleep in a glass box at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (Modern Art these days.

Activities with a Tube belongs to a group of works KwieKulik developed in relation to commissioned hackwork. It was the first of these works that was neither linked to mar­tyr­dom nor propaganda. Made from pieces of card­board and pain­ted with oil paint, the seemin­gly Pop art piece looked as if it was made of plastic and was meant to adver­tise tooth­paste.

grupaok: “ KwieKulik, Activities with a Tube, 1975 ”

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