1. adhemarpo:

Pablo Picasso, Studio Paris  - 1944 - Dame aux artichauts  

    adhemarpo:

    Pablo Picasso, Studio Paris  - 1944 - Dame aux artichauts  

  2. vandalysm:

slvgallo.

    vandalysm:

    slvgallo.

  3. hladky:

    stayyoungzine:

    Jamie Hladky

    Little feature on @stayyoungzine today - thanks @pauljohnnelson!

  4. lawrenceleemagnuson:

Moise Kisling (Poland 1891-1953 France)Paysage de Sanary  oil on canvas 22 x 27 cm

    lawrenceleemagnuson:

    Moise Kisling (Poland 1891-1953 France)
    Paysage de Sanary
    oil on canvas 22 x 27 cm

  5. jesuisperdu:

1910-again:

Charles Burchfield, Forest Fire in Moonlight 1920

=]

    jesuisperdu:

    1910-again:

    Charles Burchfield, Forest Fire in Moonlight 1920

    =]

  6. secretcinema1:

Dust Storm, Rajasthan, India, 1983, Steve McCurry

    secretcinema1:

    Dust Storm, Rajasthan, India, 1983, Steve McCurry

  7. 30 August 2014

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    hladky:

Tumut NSW, 2014website / tumblr / flickr / blog

    hladky:

    Tumut NSW, 2014
    website / tumblr / flickr / blog

  8. woutervandevoorde:

Tumut Sunrise

    woutervandevoorde:

    Tumut Sunrise

  9. C’est ce trois fois rien, de quotidien, de frôlements, de regards, de démarches, de mots pour ne rien dire, ou pas grand chose, qui habitent les êtres et les soulèvent et animent leurs mains de paroles et de gestes simples. Les grands mots, les grandes pensées n’existeraient pas, sans ces bas-fonds merveilleux des petites choses partagées.

    — jacques dor© (via jacquesdor)

  10. ponderation:

Near the forest! by THOMAS Patrice

    ponderation:

    Near the forest! by THOMAS Patrice

  11. harvestheart:

Self portrait of Tracy Caldwell Dyson in the Cupola module of the International Space Station observing the Earth below during Expedition 24. PhotoTracy Caldwell Dyson/NASA

    harvestheart:

    Self portrait of Tracy Caldwell Dyson in the Cupola module of the International Space Station observing the Earth below during Expedition 24. PhotoTracy Caldwell Dyson/NASA

  12. Don’t look at what’s there — look at what’s not there

    — 

    Jacques Prévert

    a href=”http://butdoesitfloat.com/Don-t-look-at-what-s-there-look-at-what-s-not-there”>Don’t look at what’s there — look at what’s not there - but does it float

    (via fourteenth)

  13. cloudy-duff:

Bruce Lee and a cat! #sunday #girls #dayout #jalan2penang #touristmode #streetart (at Streetart Penang)

    cloudy-duff:

    Bruce Lee and a cat! #sunday #girls #dayout #jalan2penang #touristmode #streetart (at Streetart Penang)

  14. asylum-art:

    Cai Guo-Qiang: Amazing sculptures in the best museums

    "Inopportune: Stage Two,” 2004 Tigers:

    Entering the tiger room, you see the violent act- tigers with arrows pierced into their bodies and there’s a very visceral response. Even though it’s completely fake, the tigers are so realistically made that the audience feels pain when they see the them. The pain is not in the tigers, which obviously can’t feel. The pain is really in the person who’s viewing this. So it’s through the artwork, because it represents pain, that one feels this pain and has this very visceral relationship or reaction to it.”- Cai Guo-Qiang

    "HEAD ON”, 2006:

    Glass sheet and 99 life-sized replicas of wolves, dimensions variable. Installation view at Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, 2006. Photo by Hiro Ihara and Mathias Schormann. Courtesy Cai Studio, New York.

    "Heritage" 2013:

    An installation of 99 life-sized animal sculptures, including pandas, lions, tigers, and kangaroos, all drinking together from a lake surrounded by white sand;inspired by a trip he made ​​in Australia, the artist Cai Guo-Qiang created a huge installation called Heritage, to gather around a swimming pool disguised as a pond 99 replicas of animals from around the world coming to drink. A magnificent work, presented at the Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.

    Photography: Natasha Harth

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  15. Practicing discipline involves continually working to find space in our patterns, to find the gaps in the images we hold about ourselves. It also means finding the gaps in our ideas about others, releasing images that we hold about a manager, a coworker, a friend, or a partner.

    — Tsoknyi Rinpoche (via liberatingreality)