design-is-fine:

Alexander Morton, textile design, 1926. Inspired by Sardinian peasant embroideries. Cotton. England. Via Cooper Hewitt

design-is-fine:

Alexander Morton, textile design, 1926. Inspired by Sardinian peasant embroideries. Cotton. England. Via Cooper Hewitt

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extrarouge:

PLEASE, be m future home!

extrarouge:

PLEASE, be m future home!

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writemepoetry:

plusmodelmagazine:

All bodies are beautiful…

can someone make me a dress in this print… thanks?

writemepoetry:

plusmodelmagazine:

All bodies are beautiful…


can someone make me a dress in this print… thanks?

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alaaddinsmagiclamp:

Richard MacDonald, Transcendance, Heroic Bronze

alaaddinsmagiclamp:

Richard MacDonald, Transcendance, Heroic Bronze

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group-eight:

Early morning, Ely Cathedral - sketch.Acrylic on board
Fred Ingrams

group-eight:

Early morning, Ely Cathedral - sketch.
Acrylic on board

Fred Ingrams

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criminalwisdom:

COLD WAR SPY-SATELLITE IMAGES UNVEIL LOST CITIES»

In recent decades archaeologists have often used declassified satellite images to spot archaeological sites in Iraq, Turkey, and Syria.
"Some of these sites are gigantic, and they were completely unknown," says atlas-team archaeologist Jesse Casana of the University of Arkansas, who presented the results. "We can see all kinds of things—ancient roads and canals. The images provide a very comprehensive picture."

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criminalwisdom:

COLD WAR SPY-SATELLITE IMAGES UNVEIL LOST CITIES»

In recent decades archaeologists have often used declassified satellite images to spot archaeological sites in Iraq, Turkey, and Syria.

"Some of these sites are gigantic, and they were completely unknown," says atlas-team archaeologist Jesse Casana of the University of Arkansas, who presented the results. "We can see all kinds of things—ancient roads and canals. The images provide a very comprehensive picture."

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iheartmyart:

Giovanni Garcia-Fenech
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iheartmyart:

Giovanni Garcia-Fenech

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rollership:

Dean Ellis

rollership:

Dean Ellis

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

ANDREY REMNEV

The process of creation for me is first of all a dialogue with myself. Search of a perfect artistic shape, its technical realisation is in fact a process of self-knowledge and self-development.

https://www.pinterest.com/eugenpodolean/artist-andrey-remnev/

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cinoh:

busywire:

Red House, Bexleyheath, London

Philip Speakman Webb & William Morris

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blastedheath:

Unknown artist in the Chinese style, Three Waders. Oil on canvas, 91 x 91 cm.

blastedheath:

Unknown artist in the Chinese style, Three Waders. Oil on canvas, 91 x 91 cm.

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birdasaurus:

Nicole Franzen on instagram
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