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    Today I found out that my spine is particularly bendy during a partner yoga exercise. Here is a horrible drawing of how that might have looked.

    Today I found out that my spine is particularly bendy during a partner yoga exercise. Here is a horrible drawing of how that might have looked.

     
  2. 18:48 21st Apr 2014

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    singithigh:

    "To all the women who silently made history"

     
  3. 18:46

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    cross-connect:

    Sarah Lucas - Black and White Bunny

    Sarah Lucas (born 1962) is an English artist. She is part of the generation of Young British Artists who emerged during the 1990s. Her works frequently employ visual puns and bawdy humour, and include photography, collage and found objects.

    via: Tate
    //selected by ivi

     
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    Reblogged from plastictuxedo

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    untrustyou:

Albert, Bert and Andy (I couldn’t stop it) 1997
Tracy Emin

    untrustyou:

    Albert, Bert and Andy (I couldn’t stop it) 1997

    Tracy Emin

     
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    Reblogged from printmakersopenforum

    mannekenpressprints:

    Jay Shinn
    1. Stretched X, 2009.  Woodcut with chine colle’.  2. Victory-X1, 2009.  Woodcut with chine colle’.  Image size: 15” x 30”, sheet size: 21” x 36”, editions of 10.  Manneken Press will be showing these prints and more at the Select Fair in New York, May 8-11.

     
  6. 18:43

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    walls-to-the-ball:

gym pube- cyanotype, 2014 (with the help of Matthew Lusk)

    walls-to-the-ball:

    gym pube- cyanotype, 2014 (with the help of Matthew Lusk)

     
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    Reblogged from erikkwakkel

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    erikkwakkel:

Titanic-shaped medieval fragment
You are looking at a fragment of a handwritten medieval page cut into an odd shape so it could be pasted, as support, inside a book binding. Remarkably, our modern eyes recognize its shape as that of the Titanic, the unsinkable ship that was taken by the sea in 1912. The giant boat and the medieval book are not so different, if you think of it. Both were masterpieces of human ingenuity that incorporated numerous innovations. The ship went down in spite of it; so, too, did the handwritten book. The very fact that the above page was cut from a medieval manuscript shows that the object’s time had come. After the invention of the printing press bookbinders started to recycle “old-fashioned” handwritten books, using their pages as support for bindings. This fragment is like debris washed up on the shore: it’s what remains of the unsinkable handwritten book that went down under pressure of the printing press.
Pic: Lawrence, University of Kansas, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, MS 9/2:31 (France, c. 1100, incorrectly dated 890-910 in the library’s catalogue description - also source image). I spotted the fragment in this blog. Read this blog if you want to know more about cutting up medieval books.

    erikkwakkel:

    Titanic-shaped medieval fragment

    You are looking at a fragment of a handwritten medieval page cut into an odd shape so it could be pasted, as support, inside a book binding. Remarkably, our modern eyes recognize its shape as that of the Titanic, the unsinkable ship that was taken by the sea in 1912. The giant boat and the medieval book are not so different, if you think of it. Both were masterpieces of human ingenuity that incorporated numerous innovations. The ship went down in spite of it; so, too, did the handwritten book. The very fact that the above page was cut from a medieval manuscript shows that the object’s time had come. After the invention of the printing press bookbinders started to recycle “old-fashioned” handwritten books, using their pages as support for bindings. This fragment is like debris washed up on the shore: it’s what remains of the unsinkable handwritten book that went down under pressure of the printing press.

    Pic: Lawrence, University of Kansas, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, MS 9/2:31 (France, c. 1100, incorrectly dated 890-910 in the library’s catalogue description - also source image). I spotted the fragment in this blog. Read this blog if you want to know more about cutting up medieval books.

     
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    Reblogged from knotformation

    (Source: sweetiecheeeks)

     
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    Tags: nycgarbage

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    A New York City garbage can

    A New York City garbage can

     
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    From the cold Ontario winter- Ice Fishing Huts and Max the dog

    From the cold Ontario winter- Ice Fishing Huts and Max the dog

     
  11. 16:31 20th Apr 2014

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    (Source: chacoco)

     
  12. 21:43 17th Apr 2014

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    boxforstanding:

light on light

    boxforstanding:

    light on light

     
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    Reblogged from katieridleymurphy

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    murmansea:

Tim Furey (original) available here

    murmansea:

    Tim Furey (original) available here

     
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    I love Newfoundland, I love St. John’s, I love the people, the place, the personalities, the landscape. #love 

     
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    primedmtl:

Maria Walker, Stage, 8.5 x 14 x 4.5 “, acrylic, unprimed canvas, wood

    primedmtl:

    Maria Walker, Stage, 8.5 x 14 x 4.5 “, acrylic, unprimed canvas, wood