nnmprv:

Teotihuacan by Roc Canals.

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14th Sep 201422:55738 notes
hipinuff:

Emil Nolde (German: 1867-1956), Three Russians, 1915. Oil on canvas, 73 x 100 cm.
14th Sep 201420:4935 notes

magictransistor:

Athanasius Kircher. Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae (The Great Art of Light and Shadow). 1646.

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11th Sep 201422:461,177 notes
thegetty:

Eye-to-eye with a member of the Roman cavalry. This mask, a part of a larger helmet, may represent Aphrodite, Artemis or even Apollo. This elaborate mask would have been used ceremonially.
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Mask from a Cavalry Helmet, A.D. 75 - 125, Unknown. Roman. J. Paul Getty Museum.
10th Sep 201412:33541 notes
latenebreuse:

Hans Bellmer, Unica Zurn and La Poupee.
10th Sep 201412:3226 notes
lockbuch:

„Duft-Tentakel“ für eine „Duftmantel“ - inspiriert von den Riechzellen, frei beweglich, beliebig füllbar, hochsensibel für Vibrationen. Was für eine Lust, sinnentleerte Werkzeuge herzustellen, wahrscheinlich provoziert und gesteigert durch den unbeschreiblichen Duft von feuchtem Hanfseil aus uralten Tagen. Vorbereitung für die Ausstellung „Internationales Klangkunstfestival Berlin 2014 listening::: multisensorial“ vom 17.09. bis 2.10. in Berlin *"Scent tentacles" for a "scenting coat" - inspired by the olfactory cells, freely movable, optinally fillable, highly sensitive to vibrations. What a pleasure to produce meaningless tools, probably provoked and intensified by the indescribable smell of the wet hemp rope from ancient days. Preparation for the exhibition “International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2014 ::: listening multisensorial” from 17.09. to 2.10. in Berlin
10th Sep 201412:3134 notes
barakatgallery:

Warring States Period Bronze Zoomorphic Figure Origin: ChinaCirca: 475 BC to 221 BC
8th Sep 201412:52269 notes
ratak-monodosico:

#Mishima - A Life In Four Chapters
8th Sep 201412:49487 notes
workman:

designer-in-saudi:

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Gustav Klimt, The Beethoven Frieze (detail), 1902
7th Sep 201417:406,308 notes

oupacademic:

n. A fabled serpent of the ancients, with a head at each end, and able to move in either direction: retained by the moderns as a poetical conception.

Image: Double headed turquoise serpentAztecbritish museum by Geni. CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

collageartbyjesse:

"black veil"
hand-cut collage
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6th Sep 201422:00340 notes
equalizar-me:

Bat blanc | bats | Pinterest em We Heart It.
6th Sep 201422:00420 notes
antipahtico:

The Devil’s Wife and Her Eldest ~ Harry Clarke 1924
6th Sep 201421:58300 notes
Opaque  by  andbamnan