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fernsandmoss:

Deborah Turbaville
c86:

Bill Brandt - Francis Bacon
c86:

John Armstrong - Theatre-Goers, 1938
c86:

Lennart Rade & Burt A. Kaufman - Adventures With Your Pocket Calculator, 1980
Design by Christopher Millett
aqqindex:

Ugo La Pietra
hamonikakoshoten:

Carnation seki yoshihiko photographs 関美比古
gseart:

Ilija Basicevic-Bosilj. The Dzigura. 1963.
In his paintings, Ilija sometimes took the flawed, corrupt denizens of his hometown and transported them to an imaginary planet ruled by love, which he named Ilijada. Birds were common subjects, sometimes designated as “ambassadors” linking Ilija’s two worlds. Human figures were often equipped with wings to prepare them for the journey to Ilijada. Their feet seldom planted on the ground, Ilija’s characters were neither bound by gravity nor fixed within three-dimensional space.
See ILIJA/MANGELOS: Father & Son, Inside & Out through July 3 at Galerie St. Etienne.
labellefilleart:

A Young Blond Woman with a Garland of Roses around her Neck, Jean-Honore Fragonard 
blushingcheekymonkey:

fernand leger (1914)
mentaltimetraveller:

Lee Ufan