arcadefunk
arcadefunk
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mpdrolet:

South Side, Chicago
David Schalliol
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russian-style:

The Saviour (“Image of Edessa”), Novgorodian icon - 1100th
Novgorodian school of icon-painting was very specific (we posted some examples before). Because, yes, medieval Russia was not a united country.  There were a number of extremely independent lands, named princedoms (“knyajestvo" in Russian). Some of them had traditionally strong government. Some of them, like Novgorod, were republics.
For me, Novgorod of that period had much in common with some medieval Italian city-states like Florence. Thus, Novgorod is a very extraordinary story. Democracy, trade, and, of course, wealth - they created truly amazing and unique art. 
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lilacsinthedooryard:

Ray Morimura
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hipinuff:

Kurt Schwitters (German: 1887-1948), Wie Senkrecht-Wagerecht, 1926.
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lawrenceleemagnuson:

Joan Mitchell (1925-1992)Allo, Amélie (1973)oil on canvas 280.6 x 181.6 cm
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elusive-wow:

Photo: Nenad Bacanovic
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thedotisblack:

2014.9.15_14.3.15_frame_0002Made with Processing
Like it? Visit thedotisblack
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prettyarchitecture:

Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Kees Goudzwaard - Collected Details, 2014
oil on canvas
70 x 60 cm 
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catmota:

Lee Kaloidis
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workman:

mictlanfvckyeah:
El árbol de la muerte
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kazu721010:

Elwood House / Robert Nichol & Sons
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fishstickmonkey:

Machine of Indeterminacy (detail)Roxy Paine  (via It’s Nice That)