shinoillustration:

雨宿り

mrsrony:

veganpunx:

ourspecial:

flavorcountry:

thislandislando:

diamondstodemons:

NASA astronaut Leland D Melvin with his dogs Jake and Scout

Fuck. All. Other. Photos.

Whoa. I just did a little research on this guy. Fact: he played in the NFL in the 80s, became an aerospace research engineer immediately thereafter, and then went into fucking space 20 years later. Where’s that sports movie, Hollywood?

This guy wins life.

I want this movie. Make it now.

Yes

oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.
oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.
oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.
oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.
oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.
oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.

oldbooklover:

urformen der kunst, by karl blossfeldt, the 1935 edition.

who-:

Morning Views From the Tent, inspirational travel series
Created by photographer Oleg Grigoryev
who-:

Morning Views From the Tent, inspirational travel series
Created by photographer Oleg Grigoryev
who-:

Morning Views From the Tent, inspirational travel series
Created by photographer Oleg Grigoryev
who-:

Morning Views From the Tent, inspirational travel series
Created by photographer Oleg Grigoryev

who-:

Morning Views From the Tent, inspirational travel series

Created by photographer Oleg Grigoryev

vluchtig:

mymodernmet:

Andrew Zo designed the Clifton engagement ring box, a unique product that not only conceals the ring in a slim, wallet-size container before the big proposal, but also unfolds to show the ring pirouetting like a blooming flower.

I would be more excited about this packaging than the ring :D
vluchtig:

mymodernmet:

Andrew Zo designed the Clifton engagement ring box, a unique product that not only conceals the ring in a slim, wallet-size container before the big proposal, but also unfolds to show the ring pirouetting like a blooming flower.

I would be more excited about this packaging than the ring :D
vluchtig:

mymodernmet:

Andrew Zo designed the Clifton engagement ring box, a unique product that not only conceals the ring in a slim, wallet-size container before the big proposal, but also unfolds to show the ring pirouetting like a blooming flower.

I would be more excited about this packaging than the ring :D
vluchtig:

mymodernmet:

Andrew Zo designed the Clifton engagement ring box, a unique product that not only conceals the ring in a slim, wallet-size container before the big proposal, but also unfolds to show the ring pirouetting like a blooming flower.

I would be more excited about this packaging than the ring :D

vluchtig:

mymodernmet:

Andrew Zo designed the Clifton engagement ring box, a unique product that not only conceals the ring in a slim, wallet-size container before the big proposal, but also unfolds to show the ring pirouetting like a blooming flower.

I would be more excited about this packaging than the ring :D

fuckyeahneedlework:

laclefdescoeurs:

Interior with a woman at her needlework, Carl Vilhelm Holsøe

What a lovely painting.

asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.
asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer
 on Flickr
Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.

asylum-art:

Intricate Book Art Carvings by Brian Dettmer

on Flickr

Born in Chicago but currently living and working out of Atlanta, Georgia, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian meticulously exposes various layers to create his mind-blowing artwork. Dettmer has received critical acclaim around the world and his work can be found in countless galleries and publications. Below you will find a small sample of his art along with an artist bio and statement from Dettmer. Be sure to visit Brian’s official site: briandettmer.com for more information and photographs of his fantastic art.


Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

Necklaces by RubyRobinBoutique.

erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).
These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.
In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.
This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.
The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.
erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).
These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.
In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.
This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.
The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.
erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).
These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.
In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.
This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.
The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.
erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).
These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.
In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.
This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.
The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.
erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).
These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.
In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.
This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.
The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.
erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).
These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.
In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.
This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.
The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.

erikkwakkel:

smcdwer:

Cartoons and doodles in a 17th century manuscript (AM 563 b 4to).

These images really speak for themselves: playful marginal doodles of the anonymous Icelandic scribes who copied out the sagas of Icelanders found in this paper manuscript from c. 1650–99.

In the first photo (and detail in photo 2), we see an elaborate full-page opening of Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorsteinn Ox-foot), complete with beautiful pen flourishes, human figures –– the full figure in the corner wears contemporary 17th-century clothing –– lots of foliage, and even what might be a dragon at the bottom.

This is a fun saga manuscript (other texts include Eiriks saga rauða [Erik the Red’s Saga]) with a lot of doodles, suggesting that the scribes probably enjoyed copying these texts, or at least had a sense of humour about the work they were carrying out.

The full manuscript can be seen at http://handrit.is/en/manuscript/imaging/is/AM04-0563b#0000r-FB.

Post-medieval doodles, all smiles! I love the elongated ones.

Via
uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.
N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 
Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).
uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.
N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 
Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).
uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.
N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 
Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).
uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.
N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 
Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).
uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.
N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 
Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).
uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.
N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 
Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).

uispeccoll:

[Wish you were here] / by Emily Martin.  [Iowa City, Iowa : Naughty Dog Press, 1996]

Consists of 21 envelopes and 57 postcards commemorating the artist’s trip to Wales and mailed to Iowa City, Iowa. The postcards, numbered sequentially from 1 to 57, are distributed in groups of 3 in the envelopes, each set forming one continuous communication. Each envelope also contains some memento from the trip, e.g., an airline boarding pass, a hotel receipt, a parking ticket, etc. Postmarked chiefly from Cardiff, Wales, the envelopes are joined to each other by interlocking loops cut from their ends and hinged together by a series of red and yellow pencils.

N7433.4.M364 W5 1996 

Emily Martin teaches in the University of Iowa Center for the Book. ( uicb ).

elinsofia:

Ended the course in natural dyeing this week with an exhibition at the student gallery at Stenebyskolan. 
I have worked with screen printing and dyeing in combination. Trying out different combinations of colour, and how do combine them. I have mostly used blueberries, yellow onion skins and madder. 
elinsofia:

Ended the course in natural dyeing this week with an exhibition at the student gallery at Stenebyskolan. 
I have worked with screen printing and dyeing in combination. Trying out different combinations of colour, and how do combine them. I have mostly used blueberries, yellow onion skins and madder. 
elinsofia:

Ended the course in natural dyeing this week with an exhibition at the student gallery at Stenebyskolan. 
I have worked with screen printing and dyeing in combination. Trying out different combinations of colour, and how do combine them. I have mostly used blueberries, yellow onion skins and madder. 

elinsofia:

Ended the course in natural dyeing this week with an exhibition at the student gallery at Stenebyskolan

I have worked with screen printing and dyeing in combination. Trying out different combinations of colour, and how do combine them. I have mostly used blueberries, yellow onion skins and madder.