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thedailywhat:

New Zealand’s Giant Airport Gollum of the Day: The Wellington airport just got a lot more precious. What’s next, New Zealand? Peter Jackson for Prime Minister?
[slashfilm]

thedailywhat:

New Zealand’s Giant Airport Gollum of the Day: The Wellington airport just got a lot more precious. What’s next, New Zealand? Peter Jackson for Prime Minister?

[slashfilm]

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thedailywhat:

Ancient Roman Artifacts of the Day: These carved bone phalluses with finely detailed wings — dating back 1,600 to 2,000 years — were dug up in Britain and recently published in the journal Britannia. 
Splendid!
[animalny]

thedailywhat:

Ancient Roman Artifacts of the Day: These carved bone phalluses with finely detailed wings — dating back 1,600 to 2,000 years — were dug up in Britain and recently published in the journal Britannia. 

Splendid!

[animalny]

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arpeggia:

Michael Taylor - Light Trace

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newyorker:

“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”

Picasso giving a drawing lesson to his children Paloma and Claude, and two friends. Photograph by Rene Burri/Magnum.

Happy Birthday, Pablo Picasso! See a slideshow of portraits of the artist.

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sciencecenter:

Bridging the Gap Between Math and Art

The sculpture is a modular combination of nine interacting pieces. Each piece is folded by hand from a circle of paper, using a compass to score the creases and cut out a central hole. This transformation of flat paper into swirling surfaces creates sculpture that feels alive. Paper folds itself into a natural equilibrium form depending on its creases. These equilibria are poorly understood, especially for curved creases. We are exploring what shapes are possible in this genre of self-folding origami, with applications to deployable structures, manufacturing and self-assembly.

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antisocialblogger:

Hyper-realistic painting by Diego Koi

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devidsketchbook:

ANDRE GONZAGA A.K.A. “DALATA”

Brazilian Artist Andre Muniz Gonzaga Dalata. When it comes to using art to create a new world, André Dalata knows exactly what to do. His work mixes abstraction and surrealism, always with a positive message. Using different techniques, Dalata is also known for his interventions with broken/forgotten places and with nature itself.

DALATA on  facebook flickr

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art-and-fury:

Death Looking into the Window of One Dying - Jaroslav Panuška

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quirkducirque:

likeafieldmouse:

Mungo Thomson - Negative Space (2006)

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collective-history:

Lennon signing Chapman’s Double Fantasy album a few hours before the shooting while Chapman looks on. 8 December 1980

collective-history:

Lennon signing Chapman’s Double Fantasy album a few hours before the shooting while Chapman looks on. 8 December 1980

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