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Illustration by Chéri Hérouard for La Vie Parisienne Magazine, 1922

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joel meyerowitz

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"Weekend" by Ai Wei Wei.

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Actually real, not edited, colored sandstone mountains in Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in China

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Artists working with their surroundings, via demilked.com

Credits: Natalia Rak, Oak Oak, (pictures 2, 3, 4, 5) BanksyMentalgassi, Anonymous, Sandrine Boulet, Nuxuno Xän,

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There’s like a million different ways to say “I love you.”

'Put your seat belt on.'
‘Watch your step.’
‘Get some rest.’

…you just gotta listen.


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John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893)

1. Boar Lane, Leeds, by lamplight (1881)

2. Park Row,Leeds (1882)

3. Southwaark Bridge from Blackfriar’s (1882)

4. Old Chelsea

5. A moonlit lane (1874)

6. Shipping on the Clyde (1881)

7. Humber Docks, Hull (1884)

8. In Peril (The Harbour Flare)(1879)

9. Nightfall on the Thames (1880)

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 Jason Howe

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Hayao Miyazaki talking about his passion for animation while seeing the world through his fascinating career. From the documentary: The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

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Decoding Anglo-Saxon art

Rosie Weetch, curator and Craig Williams, illustrator, British Museum

Read the whole blog here: http://blog.britishmuseum.org/2014/05/28/decoding-anglo-saxon-art/

Anglo-Saxon metalworkers were like the Michelangelo of the 8th century!

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A clinical psychologist by day, Cyril Rolando (aka AquaSixio) spends his free time creating beautifully surreal, digital artwork that portray fantastic scenes and worlds.