powojennymodernizm:

Midrand water tower, South Africa. p. Len Combrinck

powojennymodernizm:

Midrand water tower, South Africa. p. Len Combrinck

nickkahler:

Charles Harlan, Hanger Cairn, 2009

nickkahler:

Charles Harlan, Hanger Cairn, 2009

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Mathias Depardon. Black Sea Postcards.


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sombhatt:


A bronze vase with frog

sombhatt:

A bronze vase with frog

futureproofdesigns:

Baltic Art Park Competition, Baltic Sea Site Map
LCLA Office
2013
mimilin:

laurabfernandez:

Again and again. 
©2013laurabfernández

deeper & deeper

mimilin:

laurabfernandez:

Again and again. 

©2013laurabfernández

deeper & deeper

polychroniadis:

 smplstc at Flickr.

polychroniadis:

 smplstc at Flickr.

colchrishadfield:

Good morning! Seeing is sometimes more than believing. Sailing ship routes in the 1800s = art. 
http://unifiedpoptheory.com/visualization-of-19th-century-ship-routes-from-publicly-available-noaa-data-set/

colchrishadfield:

Good morning! Seeing is sometimes more than believing. Sailing ship routes in the 1800s = art. 

http://unifiedpoptheory.com/visualization-of-19th-century-ship-routes-from-publicly-available-noaa-data-set/

mnky:

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spectacularuniverse:

Sagittal cross section from ‘Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas’ by Wilhelm Braune, 1867.

spectacularuniverse:

Sagittal cross section from ‘Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas’ by Wilhelm Braune, 1867.

wapiti3:

The amphibia of the Indo-Australian archipelago, with 29 illustrations, by Dr. P. N. Van Kampen. on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Publication info Leiden,E. J. Brill, ltd.,1923. American Museum of Natural History Library BioDivLibrary

wapiti3:

The amphibia of the Indo-Australian archipelago, with 29 illustrations, by Dr. P. N. Van Kampen. on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Publication info Leiden,E. J. Brill, ltd.,1923.
American Museum of Natural History Library
BioDivLibrary

teacakes:

teacakes:

However, my favourite beautification method of ages past would have to be the process of ohaguro - permanently dyeing one’s teeth black with lacquer. Popular until Japan’s Meiji area, it was considered especially beautiful and was often reserved for the wealthy aristocracy. It had other benefits apart from attracting instant attention to a revered erogenous zone, such as preserving teeth from decaying over time. The practice was banned in 1870 and gradually waned, though its appeal still lingers. Today, some (very) dedicated geisha dye their teeth black. Ama women (pearl divers) are sometimes seen with blackened teeth as well. The process is also seen around China and southeast Asia. 

Let’s bring it back.

teacakes:

teacakes:

However, my favourite beautification method of ages past would have to be the process of ohaguro - permanently dyeing one’s teeth black with lacquer. Popular until Japan’s Meiji area, it was considered especially beautiful and was often reserved for the wealthy aristocracy. It had other benefits apart from attracting instant attention to a revered erogenous zone, such as preserving teeth from decaying over time. The practice was banned in 1870 and gradually waned, though its appeal still lingers. Today, some (very) dedicated geisha dye their teeth black. Ama women (pearl divers) are sometimes seen with blackened teeth as well. The process is also seen around China and southeast Asia. 

Let’s bring it back.