cvxn

I'm Hez. please enjoy my internets!
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prairieschoolarchitecture:

Adler & Sullivan, Auditorium Building, Chicago, Illinois, 1889

prairieschoolarchitecture:

Adler & Sullivan, Auditorium Building, Chicago, Illinois, 1889

hallekiefer:

This is absolutely gorgeous, until your boyfriend accidentally knocks a bunch of plants into the tub and uses all the towels to clean up the mud. Or you. It doesn’t have to be your boyfriend. It can be you.

It would be me.

hallekiefer:

This is absolutely gorgeous, until your boyfriend accidentally knocks a bunch of plants into the tub and uses all the towels to clean up the mud. Or you. It doesn’t have to be your boyfriend. It can be you.

It would be me.

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bofransson:

Giovanni Giacometti

bofransson:

Giovanni Giacometti

Scott Hazard

Photo Constructs

Scott Hazard tears and layers photographs to create these beautiful wormholes into other worlds.

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omgthatdress:

Dinner Dress
Lucile, 1916
The Philadelphia Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Dinner Dress

Lucile, 1916

The Philadelphia Museum of Art

thepiratefuture:

#stairs #neon #architecture

thepiratefuture:

#stairs #neon #architecture

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kateoplis:

Life’s a blur, 1954

kateoplis:

Life’s a blur, 1954

Pretty okay with people too lazy to take down their #Xmaslights. #slowshutter #lighttrails #pretty

Pretty okay with people too lazy to take down their #Xmaslights. #slowshutter #lighttrails #pretty

milkandember:

Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009), Ice Pool, 1969. Watercolor.

milkandember:

Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009), Ice Pool, 1969. Watercolor.

jomc:

At sunset on Friday 9th August, the Kent coast was transformed like never before as a kilometre of beach was lit with sonar-guided lights to mark where the water met the sand. Inspired by Duchamp’s genre defining piece, 3 Standard Stoppages, and soundtracked by Paul Hartnoll of Orbital, Human Tide was filmed to preserve 3 lines of light made by the tide on film, forever.

Human Tide (by Human Tide)

Wow.

itscolossal:

Without the use of Photoshop or any digital manipulation, Korean artist JeeYoung Lee spends weeks converting her tiny Seoul studio into some of the most elaborate installations we’ve seen—for the sake of taking a single photograph.

Wow

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