theincompletenesstheorem:

LOUISE BOURGEOISUntitled (double sided), 2006Watercolor and colored pencil on embossed paper

theincompletenesstheorem:

LOUISE BOURGEOIS
Untitled (double sided), 2006
Watercolor and colored pencil on embossed paper

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floornine asked: I saw your music video, Mice Song, on someone I follows page and I just wanted to say that your voice is freaking gorgeous :)

OH WOW, thank you so much! I didn’t realise I was on tumblr, that’s so great you saw it!!

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steve-kim:

Isabelle Grip detail

steve-kim:

Isabelle Grip detail

linguistry:

Girl in Grey (1939)
 - Louis le Brocquy. 

linguistry:

Girl in Grey (1939)
 - Louis le Brocquy. 

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lustik:

Jonatan Rivera via BLDGWLF


Threaded workpiece on wood

lustik:

Jonatan Rivera via BLDGWLF

Threaded workpiece on wood

helloyoucreatives:

This awesome collaboration between Chris Woebken and Natalie Jeremijenko is an interactive billboard that facilitates ‘social interactions between bats and humans’. The billboard uses voice recognition software to translate the audible clicks that bats make into more human-like conversations. 
Awesome.

helloyoucreatives:

This awesome collaboration between Chris Woebken and Natalie Jeremijenko is an interactive billboard that facilitates ‘social interactions between bats and humans’. The billboard uses voice recognition software to translate the audible clicks that bats make into more human-like conversations. 

Awesome.

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amocci:

THE GUARDIAN

16.25” x 16.25”
Oil paint, ink, and gold leaf

on ceramic plate

Another piece from my ongoing ceramic collection. This illustration was painted directly on this serving dish. You can buy this original artwork from my shop.

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olivialocher:

photographer:olivia locher, model: mo @ vny

olivialocher:

photographer:olivia locher, model: mo @ vny

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magnolius:

An installation by renowned artist Do Ho Suh - consisting of thousands of miniature plastic figurines holding up glass plates the visitors can stand on. (Installation at Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York)

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