воскресенье, 9 июня 2013 г.

Scrapbook di Amos Poe

room a the blue Maison, fez



room a the blue Maison, fez

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Ghardaïa, in the M'zab Valley. Algeria









Ghardaïa, in the M'zab Valley. Algeria

petrole: jessica stam for lutz & patmos, fall winter...



petrole:

jessica stam for lutz & patmos, fall winter 2004/05

sonjabarbaric: Max Ernst



sonjabarbaric:

Max Ernst

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workman: sugarmeows: Lucien Chapuis (French; fl. 1920s) Art...



workman:

sugarmeows:

Lucien Chapuis (French; fl. 1920s)

Art Deco endpaper

Pochoir print in: Jean Saudé, Traité d'enluminure d'art au pochoir (Treatise on the Illumination of Pochoir) (Paris: Éditions de l'Ibis, 1925)

The New York Public Library, Wallach Division, Art & Architecture Division

tumblropenarts: http://jeffkoegel.tumblr.com/ A sheet of...



tumblropenarts:

A sheet of blotter acid is the type of painting that gave inspiration for 247. Happiness and Poison. The blotter features a hundred evenly-spaced dots on a grid, a quarter inch in diameter, placed edge to edge on an letter-size sheet of paper. Each dot is comprised of a single drop of colored L-25 solution applied with a eyedropper. Most interesting to me is that the blotter is a painting to be eaten, dot by dot. And like any good painting, it imposes an effect on the engaged subject's perception.
 
From Jeff Koegel: Slow Chemical Orchestra, currently at Merry Karnowsky Gallery Los Angeles, 247. Happiness and Poison 2012, Acrylic and Pumice on raw linen over wood panel, 40 x 34 in.

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Frida Khalo



Frida Khalo

domain, fez





domain, fez

morocco



morocco

notordinaryfashion: game-of-style: Margaery Tyrell - Alberta...



notordinaryfashion:

game-of-style:

Margaery Tyrell - Alberta Ferretti spring 2013

Love

poerobots: Amos Poe - #117 - Victor Quia Victima - 12 x 9" -...



poerobots:

Amos Poe - #117 - Victor Quia Victima - 12 x 9" - Acrylic on Canvas - ©2013

jaysonleigh: somewhere in Leeds



jaysonleigh:

somewhere in Leeds

"Stalin and his foreign secretary, Molotov, have made a goodwill visit to the DDR, and are returning..."

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Stalin and his foreign secretary, Molotov, have made a goodwill visit to the DDR, and are returning to Moscow on the night train. It's pitch dark.
After an hour or so, Stalin says, "I wonder where we are now?" Molotov opens the window, put his hand outside for a second, and says "Still in the DDR, Comrade Stalin." Stalin is impressed, but says nothing, for fear of looking dumb.
A couple of hours later, Stalin says, "I guess we must be in Russia by now." Molotov puts his hand outside the window again and says, "No, Comrade Stalin, we're only in Poland." Again, Stalin is impressed but keeps quiet.

Finally after several more hours, Molotov puts his hand outside
the window and says, "Now we're in the USSR." This time Stalin cannot contain his curiosity, and demands to know how Molotov can find his way in the dark.

After a bit of hesitation, Molotov replies, "Well, to tell the truth, Josef Vissarionovich, the first time I put my hand outside, somebody kissed it, so I knew we were still in the DDR. The second time, somebody spat on it, so I knew we were still in Poland. The third time, somebody stole my watch, so I knew we were in the Soviet Union.

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- (via gedenkenbrauchtwissen)

m-as-tu-vu: La Latine .. ☼



m-as-tu-vu:

La Latine .. ☼

arpeggia: David Lynch in his studio, 1991



arpeggia:

David Lynch in his studio, 1991

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