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gastrogirl:

banana nut cinnamon rolls.
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gastrogirl:

frittata waffles.
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newyorker:

For his project “Dutch Landscapes,” the artist Mishka Henner took screen shots on Google Earth of sites that the Dutch government had stylistically censored for security reasons. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/1oECdyg
Top: St Haagsche Schoolvereeniging, Den Haag.Middle: Prins Maurits Army Barracks, Ede, Gelderland.Bottom: Staphorst Ammunition Depot, Staphorst.
All images courtesy of Mishka Henner.
newyorker:

For his project “Dutch Landscapes,” the artist Mishka Henner took screen shots on Google Earth of sites that the Dutch government had stylistically censored for security reasons. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/1oECdyg
Top: St Haagsche Schoolvereeniging, Den Haag.Middle: Prins Maurits Army Barracks, Ede, Gelderland.Bottom: Staphorst Ammunition Depot, Staphorst.
All images courtesy of Mishka Henner.
newyorker:

For his project “Dutch Landscapes,” the artist Mishka Henner took screen shots on Google Earth of sites that the Dutch government had stylistically censored for security reasons. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/1oECdyg
Top: St Haagsche Schoolvereeniging, Den Haag.Middle: Prins Maurits Army Barracks, Ede, Gelderland.Bottom: Staphorst Ammunition Depot, Staphorst.
All images courtesy of Mishka Henner.
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atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
atraversso:

Night View   by Takashi Kitajima
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like-ivy:

Today’s wall. 
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Summer Reading: LA Edition
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vjeranski:

Will Horwitt wrote in his sketchbook in 1977- “to be, not to be seen”. Blending modernism and primitivism, his work yields nothing short of poetry. Over the course of Will’s too-brief career, drawing played an integral part in his studio practice. His work in sculpture plaster to bronze casting, massive wood pieces, aluminum, stone and finally steel, is strongly reflected in the multitude of drawings he made during his lifetime. Though he worked in a simplified abstract mode reminiscent of Brancusi, Arp and the Asian influence of Noguchi, he continued to do self-portraits throughout his career.
vjeranski:

Will Horwitt wrote in his sketchbook in 1977- “to be, not to be seen”. Blending modernism and primitivism, his work yields nothing short of poetry. Over the course of Will’s too-brief career, drawing played an integral part in his studio practice. His work in sculpture plaster to bronze casting, massive wood pieces, aluminum, stone and finally steel, is strongly reflected in the multitude of drawings he made during his lifetime. Though he worked in a simplified abstract mode reminiscent of Brancusi, Arp and the Asian influence of Noguchi, he continued to do self-portraits throughout his career.
vjeranski:

Will Horwitt wrote in his sketchbook in 1977- “to be, not to be seen”. Blending modernism and primitivism, his work yields nothing short of poetry. Over the course of Will’s too-brief career, drawing played an integral part in his studio practice. His work in sculpture plaster to bronze casting, massive wood pieces, aluminum, stone and finally steel, is strongly reflected in the multitude of drawings he made during his lifetime. Though he worked in a simplified abstract mode reminiscent of Brancusi, Arp and the Asian influence of Noguchi, he continued to do self-portraits throughout his career.
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gastrogirl:

skillet s’mores cookie.
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"The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried."
Stephen McCranie  (via modernhepburn)