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quincampoix:

Leon Polk Smith, Duet Blue and Red, 1945
archiveofaffinities:

Best Home Plans, Plan HB1373-1A
Updated the webshop with a bunch of new things for spring and summer, including this two-hump tote. Shop.dougjohnston.net. Photo by @michaelpopp
dantebykiko:

Jessica Mort’s master pieces.
archimaps:

Sullivan’s Transportation Pavilion at the 1893 Columbian Exhibition, Chicago
humblewonder:

National Geographic August 1975
The Niger: River of Sorrow, River of Hope
Earmarks of wealth among the  Fulanis, giant gold ornaments festoon a woman at Dialloube; a head strap often helps support the heavy earrings. As a family’s fortunes increase, more gold may be hammered onto the jewelry. Gleaming filigree—an art form among the Niger—harks back to an age wen West African monarchs cornered the bulk of the continent’s known gold supply. One 11th century Ghanaian king reportedly possessed a nugget so large that he tethered his horse to it.
Photographs by Georg Gerster, Ph.D.
pillebo:

teapot by harry bertoia
papermagazine:

Dolly Parton photographed by Andy Warhol. See the rest of his shots here.
vjeranski:

Alvar Aalto, Paimio Sconce—1933
heathwest:

Steven ParrinoUntitled, 1991Sprayed enamel and pencil on vellum22.9 x 30.5 cm
jeffreyscottmathews:

Untitled, 2014 
Computerized vector embroidery on sewn linen 78 x 58 inches
jeffreyscottmathews:

Ego drift and evolve // entering the arch of severus (3,3,3,2,1… O.E.N.), 2014 Computerized vector embroidery on sewn burlap
 76 x 58 inches