free-parking:

Sanja Iveković, Rastavljena, 2007

free-parking:

Sanja IvekovićRastavljena, 2007

uvre:

Jeppe Hein

uvre:

Jeppe Hein

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jemeos:

Wax Magazine @ Issue #2 ‘Structures’

natgeotravel:

Lightning bugs at twilight dart in this magical composite photo taken in Grand Ledge, Michigan. Get the story behind the picture and download the wallpaper »
Photo composite by Vincent Brady, National Geographic Your Shot

natgeotravel:

Lightning bugs at twilight dart in this magical composite photo taken in Grand Ledge, Michigan. Get the story behind the picture and download the wallpaper »

Photo composite by Vincent Brady, National Geographic Your Shot

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who-wore-it-better:

 Addie Wagenknecht Black Hawk Paint  ::  KATSU Black Magic

who-wore-it-better:

 Addie Wagenknecht Black Hawk Paint  ::  KATSU Black Magic

mpdrolet:

Javier José Serrano

mpdrolet:

Javier José Serrano

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vuls:

Elliptical Glass by James Turrell

vuls:

Elliptical Glass by James Turrell

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arpeggia:

Brad Moore - Trini Circle, Westminster, California, 2006

arpeggia:

Brad Moore - Trini Circle, Westminster, California, 2006

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The Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum, designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel.

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Cocky Eek

'Scapes @ White Sands'

Various forms of dunes are found within the limits of White Sands in New Maxico. Dome dunes are found along the southwest margins of the field, transverse and barchan in the core of the field, and parabolic dunes occur in high numbers along the northern, southern, and northeastern margins. These dunes contain solely of Gypsum which is rarely found in the form of sand because it is water-soluble. Normally, rain would dissolve the gypsum and carry it to the sea. The Tularosa Basin is enclosed, meaning that it has no outlet to the sea and that rain that dissolves gypsum from the surrounding Mountains is trapped within the basin. The dunes constantly change shape and slowly move downwind.

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Jenny Saville | Modern Art Oxford

Jenny Saville | Modern Art Oxford

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2headedsnake:

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Winston Chmielinski - The end or just before, 2007, 30” x 30” acrylic on canvas

2headedsnake:

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Winston Chmielinski - The end or just before, 2007, 30” x 30” acrylic on canvas

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Vincent van Gogh, detail of Wheatfield With a Reaper

Vincent van Gogh, detail of Wheatfield With a Reaper

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Located near the Red Sea in El Gouna, Egypt, Desert Breath is an impossibly immense land art installation dug into the sands of the Sahara desert by the D.A.ST. Arteam back in 1997. The artwork was a collaborative effort spanning two years between installation artist Danae Stratou, industrial designer Alexandra Stratou, and architect Stella Constantinides, and was meant as an exploration of infinity against the backdrop of the largest African desert. Covering an area of about 1 million square feet (100,000 square meters) the piece involved the displacement of 280,000 square feet (8,000 square meters) of sand and the creation of a large central pool of water.

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