iconoclassic:

THE RHYTHM OF LIFE by Arthur J. Snider, pg. 112 Illustration by Richard Borja (via Science Year, 1968 – Part 1 / Aqua-Velvet)

iconoclassic:

THE RHYTHM OF LIFE by Arthur J. Snider, pg. 112 Illustration by Richard Borja (via Science Year, 1968 – Part 1 / Aqua-Velvet)

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russellholley:

Gorgeous work as always Draplin. Can’t wait to have this baby hanging proudly on my wall.

russellholley:

Gorgeous work as always Draplin. Can’t wait to have this baby hanging proudly on my wall.

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gofuckingnuts:

s t o n e d on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/24340277
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artandsciencejournal:

Tara Donovan

In this work Styrofoam Cup Sculpture,Tara Donovan makes a beautiful space out of an everyday object. She has included many of these seemingly banal objects in her previous works such as rolls of tape, pencils and plastic cups. Her artworks are known for suggesting the wonders of nature and creating a sense of the sublime. As Nicholas Baume, the Institute of Contemporary Art’s chief curator, describes her work, “Tara’s work isn’t ironic. It actually takes up the discourse of Minimalism. It’s about creating a system, using a structure, and repeating incremental units that can go from the finite to the seemingly infinite.” For more information on Donovan’s work, click here

- Lee Jones

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Bat those lashes baby! (Taken with Instagram)

Bat those lashes baby! (Taken with Instagram)

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villa solar ~ jka + fuga

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villa solar ~ jka + fuga

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