vintageeveryday:

Vietnamese women, circa 1960’s. See more here.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Viola Tricolor

Count Franz Graf von Pocci’s Viola Tricolor: In Pictures and Rhyme (1875, Germany)

Franz Pocci (1807–1876) was Bavarian court official but also a puppeteer, Marionette theater director, illustrator, poet, and playwright. Viola Tricolor's proto-Surrealist anthropomorphic pansies appear to be his best-remembered work. Read more about Pocci at wikipedia and see this website for more of his illustration work.

 

visual-poetry:

»typewriter art: a modern anthology« edited by barrie tullett

this beautiful book brings together some of the best examples by typewriter artists around the world. as well as key historical work from the bauhaus, h. n. werkman and the concrete poets, there is art by contemporary practitioners, both typewriter artists who use the keyboard as a ‘palette’ to create artworks, and artists/typographers using the form as a compositional device. the book will appeal to graphic designers, typographers, artists and illustrators, and anyone fascinated by predigital technology.

i totally love this book, therefore a huge recommendation from my side!

get it here 

(this book also includes three of my typewriter poems)

nevver:

Halloween Tree, Glen Brogan

nevver:

Halloween Tree, Glen Brogan

did-you-kno:

If someone in handcuffs is photographed in Japan, their hands have to be blurred out if the image is used by the media because being shown in handcuffs implies guilt. France prohibits anyone from using the photos at all until the person has had a fair trial.   Source

did-you-kno:

If someone in handcuffs is photographed in Japan, their hands have to be blurred out if the image is used by the media because being shown in handcuffs implies guilt. France prohibits anyone from using the photos at all until the person has had a fair trial. Source

asylum-art:

cut paper collages by Elise Wehle

Artist on Tumblr

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mememolly:

SO CREPPY

mememolly:

SO CREPPY

austinkleon:

Maps by Oliver Jeffers

I made a bunch of maps for the United Airlines inflight magazine. They are all geographically accurate.

Oliver has a new book coming in October, btw.

Filed under: maps, Oliver Jeffers

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roman-tchezhegov:

картёжные кэраки. песок.

roman-tchezhegov:

картёжные кэраки. песок.

sovietreality:

Female Soviet college students studying for exam in the park in late 1960s.

sovietreality:

Female Soviet college students studying for exam in the park in late 1960s.

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stryker:

hotkeying this link to post on every blog post i hate

(Source: youtube.com, via mikerugnetta)