Special Topics in Calamity Physics

dizarrebisco:

Hermelindo Fiaminghi - Círculos com movimento alternado (Circles with Alternating Movement), 1956
Aug 27

dizarrebisco:

Hermelindo Fiaminghi - Círculos com movimento alternado (Circles with Alternating Movement), 1956

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lightsome:

Helmut Newton, In Vogue, 1960s.
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lightsome:

Helmut Newton, In Vogue, 1960s.

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visualinfidelity:

soundtrack to my life.

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sighings:

A Clockwork Orange (1971)dir. Stanley Kubrick
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sighings:

A Clockwork Orange (1971)
dir. Stanley Kubrick

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generalstrangers:

concrete works studio SMIN

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“But it’s hard to stay mad, when there’s so much beauty in the world.”

American Beauty (1999)

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This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina
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This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina

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fotografii:

Sutro Baths
San Francisco, CA
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fotografii:

Sutro Baths

San Francisco, CA

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silvabism:

Apollo and Daphne Jakob Auer (ca. 1645 - 1706) Vienna, before 1688 Ivory In his Metamorphoses, Ovid tells of the nymph Daphne, who eluded the desires of the sun god Apollo by turning herself into a laurel tree (Greek daphne, laurel).The two-figure group depicts the beginning of this transformation. In travel reports from the Baroque period, this virtuoso piece of carving was already considered a major work of the Viennese imperial treasury.
Aug 26

silvabism:

Apollo and Daphne
Jakob Auer (ca. 1645 - 1706)
Vienna, before 1688
Ivory

In his Metamorphoses, Ovid tells of the nymph Daphne, who eluded the desires of the sun god Apollo by turning herself into a laurel tree (Greek daphne, laurel).
The two-figure group depicts the beginning of this transformation. In travel reports from the Baroque period, this virtuoso piece of carving was already considered a major work of the Viennese imperial treasury.

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