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zahidmovla:

tulle study, 2013. 0.3mm pen on paper, 63 x 48 cm

zahidmovla:

tulle study, 2013. 0.3mm pen on paper, 63 x 48 cm

(Source: zahidmovla)

Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavik, Iceland

(Source: ravivora, via architectural-inspiration)

quasiundiario:

Pierre Chareau, La Maison de Verre, 31 Rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris, 1928-1932.

quasiundiario:

Pierre Chareau, La Maison de Verre, 31 Rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris, 1928-1932.

(via thomortiz)

mikasavela:

Ascending the Eiffel Tower. Engraving from l’Exposition de Paris 1889. Engraving by Julius Mendes Price.

mikasavela:

Ascending the Eiffel Tower. Engraving from l’Exposition de Paris 1889. Engraving by Julius Mendes Price.

(Source: brbl-dl.library.yale.edu)

ucresearch:

With a PhD in astrophysics from UC Berkeley, Joseph Barranco’s research focuses on the formation of stars and planets. On the latest episode of Distort, he calculates the terminal velocity of everyday objects dropped from a four story building. 

Watch the full video here

(via notational)

atlasofbrokendreams:

Mikael Stenström - 194 040 lines
www.mikaelstenstrom.se

atlasofbrokendreams:

Mikael Stenström - 194 040 lines

www.mikaelstenstrom.se

likeafieldmouse:

Yayoi Kusama - Infinity Nets

(via androphilia)

zahidmovla:

tulle study, 2013. 0.3mm pen on paper, 63 x 48 cm

zahidmovla:

tulle study, 2013. 0.3mm pen on paper, 63 x 48 cm

(Source: zahidmovla)

exile-and-kingdom:

Numen/For Use

exile-and-kingdom:

Numen/For Use

Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavik, Iceland

(Source: ravivora, via architectural-inspiration)

quasiundiario:

Pierre Chareau, La Maison de Verre, 31 Rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris, 1928-1932.

quasiundiario:

Pierre Chareau, La Maison de Verre, 31 Rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris, 1928-1932.

(via thomortiz)

(Source: talisamaegyr, via j-levi)

mikasavela:

Ascending the Eiffel Tower. Engraving from l’Exposition de Paris 1889. Engraving by Julius Mendes Price.

mikasavela:

Ascending the Eiffel Tower. Engraving from l’Exposition de Paris 1889. Engraving by Julius Mendes Price.

(Source: brbl-dl.library.yale.edu)

ucresearch:

With a PhD in astrophysics from UC Berkeley, Joseph Barranco’s research focuses on the formation of stars and planets. On the latest episode of Distort, he calculates the terminal velocity of everyday objects dropped from a four story building. 

Watch the full video here

(via notational)

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