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jesuisperdu:



john alfred arnesby brown
scandinaviancollectors:

MILO BAUGHMAN, 1188 dining chair, originally designed in 1968. A steel frame with a brushed bronze finish. / D Pages
blastedheath:

Eric Fischl (American, b. 1948), Untitled (Horse), 1990. Oil on canvas, 45.4 x 60.7 cm. (17 3/4 x 23 3/4in.)
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archimaps:

The Pilgrimage Church, Neviges, by Gottfried Böhm
breeapperley:

aubreylstallard:

Madeleine Vionnet

(via artspotting)
(via ryanpanos)
I mostly agree with everything except the last sentence. Working hard is crucial, of course. But working effectively and efficiently (aka working smart) are equally important and if you’re exhausted all the time there is certainly room for improvement.Also, why does everything have to be a competition? Work hard because it makes you happy, not to one-up someone else.
cooperhewitt:

Stiletto Studios, Chair, “Consumer’s Rest”, ca. 1991. Metal. Museum purchase from Eleanor G. Hewitt Fund. 1992-112-1.
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Valentine Schlegel
c. 1955 (via MONDOBLOGO: valentine schlegel: modernist french potter)
kristiyamaguchi:

Thaddeus Mosley
kristiyamaguchi:

Thaddeus Mosley
kristiyamaguchi:

Thaddeus Mosley
blastedheath:

Isaac Levitan (Russian, 1860-1900), Crimea, 1886. Oil on board, 12.5 x 17.4 cm.