pela hora da morte
Porque estamos todos nós na corda bamba.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Chris Duncan
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Chris Duncan
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Chris Duncan
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Chris Duncan
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blastedheath:

Martin Ålund (Swedish, b. 1967), Chemistry 1 : 9, 2013. Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm.
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likeafieldmouse:

Herman de Vries - Life (1996-2011)
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eatsleepdraw:

Uprooted
Follow my art blog for more!
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nevver:

Don’t be a dick
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kelpls:

retired astronaut 
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Buckminster Fuller and sacred geometry.

Buckminster Fuller and sacred geometry.
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tictocrabbit:

bucketofchum:

Flawless.

Who can question his perfection after this…
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livelymorgue:

A proud mother greeting her son, returned home from fighting the Great War in Europe. “Like the little city of three hundred years ago,” the Times Magazine reported in 1953, when this picture was reprinted, “the present world capital represents an aspiration: it anticipates the future.” The spread, lavishly illustrated, traced New York’s history from a mercantile town of 800 to a bustling metropolis of 8 million at the time. “Today as the capital of the world not yet in being, it is a hostage to hopes, visions and dreams.” Photo: Times Wide World Photos
livelymorgue:

A proud mother greeting her son, returned home from fighting the Great War in Europe. “Like the little city of three hundred years ago,” the Times Magazine reported in 1953, when this picture was reprinted, “the present world capital represents an aspiration: it anticipates the future.” The spread, lavishly illustrated, traced New York’s history from a mercantile town of 800 to a bustling metropolis of 8 million at the time. “Today as the capital of the world not yet in being, it is a hostage to hopes, visions and dreams.” Photo: Times Wide World Photos
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