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Niki de Saint Phalle. King Kong. 1962

Niki de Saint Phalle. King Kong. 1962

"Je tire sur ma propre violence" (Niki de Saint Phalle)

"Je tire sur ma propre violence" (Niki de Saint Phalle)

designcloud:

Reissue of the NYCTA Graphic Standards Manual 

Check the kickstarter video:

"Dedicated to Massimo Vignelli, Bob Noorda, and the Unimark staff."

Check the Kickstarter project here:  kickstarter.com/

Check the manual online: thestandardsmanual.com/

artdetails:

Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Suleiman. Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

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michaelpalin:

Lauren Bacall smoking a cigarette on the set of Key Largo, 1948.

michaelpalin:

Lauren Bacall smoking a cigarette on the set of Key Largo, 1948.

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To Have and Have Not (1944) - Humphrey Bogart - Lauren Bacall- Anybody G…

exploratorium:

The Rosetta Spacecraft nears its target comet, 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. 4 billion miles and 10 years to get here! 

Photo: ESA

kadist:

Imran Qureshi, And How Many Rains Must Fall Before the Stains Are Washed Clean, 2013. Installation view. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo by Hyla Skopitz
Imran Qureshi is interviewed in this post from Kaleidoscope, 

[P]eople read my work as having Western roots. Society everywhere is so inspired by Western culture. Like we wear jeans everyday; we don’t wear shalwar kameez. Jeans have become a very traditional thing here in Lahore. Everybody wears this, so no one notices that it might be strange. We are so exposed to Western art and ways of looking. But interestingly, in my work, this kind of abstract mark-making and the drawing quality derive from traditional miniature painting.

To read more, click here. 

kadist:

Imran Qureshi, And How Many Rains Must Fall Before the Stains Are Washed Clean, 2013. Installation view. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo by Hyla Skopitz

Imran Qureshi is interviewed in this post from Kaleidoscope

[P]eople read my work as having Western roots. Society everywhere is so inspired by Western culture. Like we wear jeans everyday; we don’t wear shalwar kameez. Jeans have become a very traditional thing here in Lahore. Everybody wears this, so no one notices that it might be strange. We are so exposed to Western art and ways of looking. But interestingly, in my work, this kind of abstract mark-making and the drawing quality derive from traditional miniature painting.

To read more, click here

ssoja:

I’m very very late ! ê___ê’

Here some pics of my children book”The little Red Wolf” ! :>

Now available in french bookstore and on amazon (the picture of the book on amazon is very very ugly but the book look really better for real…ù__ù) !

(Pretty photos of the book by Jonathan Garnier : http://a-lifi.tumblr.com/ )

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tatecollectives:

London // feeling like this today:
kidsofdada: The Weather Project by Olafur Eliasson
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