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the rawness up close ➝ krikor jabotian s/s 2014
coldplay:

Did you watch the new video for Magic yet? See it at http://youtu.be/Qtb11P1FWnc

coldplay:

Did you watch the new video for Magic yet? See it at http://youtu.be/Qtb11P1FWnc

artafrica:

Window frame, Timbuktu

artafrica:

Window frame, Timbuktu

artpropelled:

Nevit Dilmen

artpropelled:

Nevit Dilmen

iconoclassic:

Mahendra Singh, illus. for The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll, 2010 
(via Snark, Strangeness and Charm - 50 Watts)
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Really lovely food mindfulness letterpress print by HOLSTEE, inspired by these vintage food PSA posters. Pair with Michael Pollan’s Food Rules, illustrated by Maira Kalman.

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Really lovely food mindfulness letterpress print by HOLSTEE, inspired by these vintage food PSA posters. Pair with Michael Pollan’s Food Rules, illustrated by Maira Kalman.

“Individuals can choose to disengage from external tasks, decoupling attention, in order to pursue an internal stream of thought that they expect to pay off in some way. The pay off may be immediate, coming in the form of pleasing reverie, insight, or new synthesis of material, or it may be more distant as in rehearsing upcoming scenarios or projecting oneself forward in time to a desired outcome. Projection backward in time to reinterpret past experiences in light of new information is also a possibility. All of these activities, which take place internally, sheltered from the demands of external tasks and perception, offer the possibility of enormous personal reward.”
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Salvador Dalí illustrates Don Quixote – rare, scrumptiously surrealist illustrations from 1946. (Cervantes’s exact birthday remains uncertain, but the only official record is that of his baptism on October 9, 1547.)

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Salvador Dalí illustrates Don Quixoterare, scrumptiously surrealist illustrations from 1946. (Cervantes’s exact birthday remains uncertain, but the only official record is that of his baptism on October 9, 1547.)

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The Sleep of the Beloved – breathtakingly tender timelapse portraits of sleeping couples by German photographer Paul Schneggenburger

( My Modern Met)