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paperimages:

Carl Melegari

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Carl Melegari

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paperimages:

Carl Melegari

paperimages:

Carl Melegari

efedra:

White, 2009 by Martin Niklas Wieser

efedra:

White, 2009 by Martin Niklas Wieser

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efedra:

Tell me what your spirit says…

efedra:

Tell me what your spirit says…

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efedra:

Terence Koh @ Matthew Stones’s exhibition (NYC)

efedra:

Terence Koh @ Matthew Stones’s exhibition (NYC)

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itrybaby:

aquaeyeshadow:

Queen Nefertiti, 18th Dynasty, 1352-1336 BC.
KOHL

itrybaby:

aquaeyeshadow:

Queen Nefertiti, 18th Dynasty, 1352-1336 BC.

KOHL

peacefulnature:

“Ptah was the chief god of the ancient city of Memphis. He was a creator god who brought all things to being by thinking of them with his mind and saying their names with his tongue. He was unique amongst Egyptian creation gods in that his methods were intellectual, rather than physical. According to the priests of Memphis, everything is the work of Ptah’s heart and tongue: gods are born, towns are founded, and order is maintained.”

-Yes, at one time, unlike today, religion and the concept of God was an intellectual understanding. The very concept of science and astronomy etc. as we know it was once indistinguishable from the “duties” and “workings” of the gods. This is why the ancients were able to build the Pyramids and the Parthenon etc. and other temples that we can not reproduce today with machines. Only the wise will understand this.

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annmuddy:

womanhouse:

Louise Bourgeois, She Lost It, 1992.

ugh, louise i love you

annmuddy:

womanhouse:

Louise Bourgeois, She Lost It, 1992.

ugh, louise i love you

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cardboardcities:

‘it’s alive, it’s alive!’
© cardboardcities 2012
prints, iphone cases, etc available at society6

cardboardcities:

‘it’s alive, it’s alive!’

© cardboardcities 2012

prints, iphone cases, etc available at society6

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paperimages:

Carl Melegari

paperimages:

Carl Melegari

(via visualamor)

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paperimages:

Carl Melegari

paperimages:

Carl Melegari

efedra:

White, 2009 by Martin Niklas Wieser

efedra:

White, 2009 by Martin Niklas Wieser

(via khepir-deactivated20130315)

efedra:

Tell me what your spirit says…

efedra:

Tell me what your spirit says…

(via khepir-deactivated20130315)

(via xabuton)

efedra:

Terence Koh @ Matthew Stones’s exhibition (NYC)

efedra:

Terence Koh @ Matthew Stones’s exhibition (NYC)

(via visualamor)

itrybaby:

aquaeyeshadow:

Queen Nefertiti, 18th Dynasty, 1352-1336 BC.
KOHL

itrybaby:

aquaeyeshadow:

Queen Nefertiti, 18th Dynasty, 1352-1336 BC.

KOHL

(Source: benaeesquibel, via dragonxboi)

peacefulnature:

“Ptah was the chief god of the ancient city of Memphis. He was a creator god who brought all things to being by thinking of them with his mind and saying their names with his tongue. He was unique amongst Egyptian creation gods in that his methods were intellectual, rather than physical. According to the priests of Memphis, everything is the work of Ptah’s heart and tongue: gods are born, towns are founded, and order is maintained.”

-Yes, at one time, unlike today, religion and the concept of God was an intellectual understanding. The very concept of science and astronomy etc. as we know it was once indistinguishable from the “duties” and “workings” of the gods. This is why the ancients were able to build the Pyramids and the Parthenon etc. and other temples that we can not reproduce today with machines. Only the wise will understand this.

(via dragonxboi)

annmuddy:

womanhouse:

Louise Bourgeois, She Lost It, 1992.

ugh, louise i love you

annmuddy:

womanhouse:

Louise Bourgeois, She Lost It, 1992.

ugh, louise i love you

(Source: weepling, via solestruckshoes)

cardboardcities:

‘it’s alive, it’s alive!’
© cardboardcities 2012
prints, iphone cases, etc available at society6

cardboardcities:

‘it’s alive, it’s alive!’

© cardboardcities 2012

prints, iphone cases, etc available at society6

(Source: cardboardcities, via absbluecollage-deactivated20140)

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