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mydarkwhisper:

Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen 1958

mydarkwhisper:

Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen 1958

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moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. The existentialist philosopher Jean–Paul Sartre praised Calder’s mobiles, describing them as “lyrical invention.” 

[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.] 

moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. The existentialist philosopher Jean–Paul Sartre praised Calder’s mobiles, describing them as “lyrical invention.” 

[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.] 

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design-is-fine:

Wenzel Jamnitzer & Jost Amman, from the book Perspectiva Corporum Regularium – Perspective of regular solids, 1568. Source

Wenzel Jamnitzer, a native of Vienna who worked in Nuremberg, was the best known goldsmith of his era, also a printmaker in etching. He performed scientific studies to improve the technical knowledge of his guild.

ainfantek:



Dieter Oesterlen

ellendegeneres:

itsallrobsten:

Ellen in the movies

Ellen’s been in all the big blockbusters.

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moma:

We’re saddened to share the news that Massimo Vignelli has passed away. His work for the New York City subway system is just one of his many iconic designs. 


[Massimo Vignelli. New York Subway Guide. 1970.]

moma:

We’re saddened to share the news that Massimo Vignelli has passed away. His work for the New York City subway system is just one of his many iconic designs. 

[Massimo Vignelli. New York Subway Guide. 1970.]

umstampsschool:

The Gratitude Steel Band sang, “One Love, One Love. Let’s Get together and Feel Alright.” And we did.

It was a proud day for us all, that May, 3rd, 2014. (See all the commencement pics here!)

Thanks for the GIF, Nicholas Williams!

yes-lukewinter:

Naum Gabo, Monument for an Airport, c.1932-48.

yes-lukewinter:

Naum Gabo, Monument for an Airport, c.1932-48.

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huffingtonpostwomen:

excellent work.

huffingtonpostwomen:

excellent work.

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mathhombre:


in—context:
M.C. Escher Study for “Print Gallery” Droste effect 1956 Ink

That’s the Escher work that Mathematicians finished.

mathhombre:

in—context:

M.C. Escher
Study for “Print Gallery”
Droste effect
1956
Ink

That’s the Escher work that Mathematicians finished.

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