workman:

hermosanikita:
Karl Blossfeldt

workman:

hermosanikita:

Karl Blossfeldt

"Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn’t you - all of the expectations, all of the beliefs - and becoming who you are."
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here
iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)
here, here and here

iamjapanese:

Denis Sarazhin(Саражин Денис Олегович Ukrainian, b.1982)

here, here and here

stitchingsanity:

Happy Rain by Yuko Uemura!

M.C. Escher - The 2nd Day of Creation. 1925.

casabet64:

image


Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 
(via)

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 
(via)

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 
(via)

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 
(via)

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 
(via)

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 
(via)

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows. 

The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place. 

The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls. 

(via)

kutxx:

3.

Renato Guttuso

Donna sdraiata e tulipano

1985

A submerged statue of the Hindu Lord Shiva amid the flood waters of the river Ganges, June 17, 2013.

tdmathis34:

RIP
tdmathis34:

RIP

tdmathis34:

RIP

retrogasm:

This is quite possibly one of the coolest photos I have ever seen.
December 2008 - Tempest Storm, Gloria Pall, and Dixie Evans at Bettie Page’s funeral.  

via the amazing June Allyson

Via
Canon EOS 5D Mark II

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION:Antique Puzzle.

Via
SK communications Cymera

toinfinityandbeyond109:

"We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are." Quote by Anaïs Nin, sewn on canvas