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ufukorada:

Stella im hultberg

ufukorada:

Stella im hultberg

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wetheurban:

ART: The Ring Mirror by Arnaud Lapierre

Trippy! French designer Arnaud Lapierre once created ‘ring’, a series of mirrored cubes placed in a circular pattern in collaboration with AUDI.

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fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Bad Girls and Bat Wings

1. Albert-Joseph Pénot, Bat Woman (1890)

2. Jószef Arpád Koppay, Lion and Woman with Devil Bat Wings Chained Together (date unknown)

3. Johann Heinrich Füssli, The Mad Kate (1807)

4. Gabriel Ferrier, Moonlit Dreams (1874)

5. Vasily Kotarbinsky, Dark Star (date unkwown)

asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights

Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.

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ufukorada:

Stella im hultberg

ufukorada:

Stella im hultberg

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motokoceramique:

atelier Motoko 2013

motokoceramique:

atelier Motoko 2013

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wetheurban:

ART: The Ring Mirror by Arnaud Lapierre

Trippy! French designer Arnaud Lapierre once created ‘ring’, a series of mirrored cubes placed in a circular pattern in collaboration with AUDI.

Read More

(via wetheurban)

(Source: mario23m)

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Bad Girls and Bat Wings

1. Albert-Joseph Pénot, Bat Woman (1890)

2. Jószef Arpád Koppay, Lion and Woman with Devil Bat Wings Chained Together (date unknown)

3. Johann Heinrich Füssli, The Mad Kate (1807)

4. Gabriel Ferrier, Moonlit Dreams (1874)

5. Vasily Kotarbinsky, Dark Star (date unkwown)

asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights

Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.

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