weyoume
 "The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination" Albert Einstein   
weyoume
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juxtapozmag:

Jeneil Williams shot by Julia Noni
http://bit.ly/1t06R9L
juxtapozmag:

Jeneil Williams shot by Julia Noni
http://bit.ly/1t06R9L
juxtapozmag:

Jeneil Williams shot by Julia Noni
http://bit.ly/1t06R9L
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artchipel:

Tomohiro Inaba - 記憶の器. Steel Wire, 1400x200x200 (2011)
artchipel:

Tomohiro Inaba - 記憶の器. Steel Wire, 1400x200x200 (2011)
artchipel:

Tomohiro Inaba - 記憶の器. Steel Wire, 1400x200x200 (2011)
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newsweek:

NASA 360: 
45 years ago Neil Armstrong took that small step onto the surface of our moon forever changing the course of history. Now, NASA is on a new Path to Mars. 
In fact, the first humans who will step foot on Mars are already walking the Earth today.
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maihudson:

Richard Serra, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1987
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karamazove:

La Belle et la Bête by Jean Cocteau
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dystopiabella:

Piero Fornasetti
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The first laptop…

Travel writing box, late 19th century. Hardwood with bronze plating. Hinged writing surface, various compartments for writing paper and writing utensils. Via Fischer
The first laptop…

Travel writing box, late 19th century. Hardwood with bronze plating. Hinged writing surface, various compartments for writing paper and writing utensils. Via Fischer
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The first Folder
Maximilian Comte de Montgelas, after 1809, Paris. © Bayerisches Nationalmuseum München 
The first Folder
Maximilian Comte de Montgelas, after 1809, Paris. © Bayerisches Nationalmuseum München 
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magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
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typeverything:

Typeverything.com
3D Lettering with a Parallel pen & Pencil by Tolga Girgin.
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Sex ta feira
Wet Shirt Situation by zlty-dodo
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groteleur:

Animals With Secret Superpowers >
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dada4you:

Кудрявцев Андрей
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design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
design-is-fine:

Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
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weandthecolor:

Plants in Space
Check out this amazing project by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto and his crew! The team launch two objects (including a bonsai tree and an arrangement of different flowers) into space.
You can find more images and information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
weandthecolor:

Plants in Space
Check out this amazing project by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto and his crew! The team launch two objects (including a bonsai tree and an arrangement of different flowers) into space.
You can find more images and information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
weandthecolor:

Plants in Space
Check out this amazing project by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto and his crew! The team launch two objects (including a bonsai tree and an arrangement of different flowers) into space.
You can find more images and information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
weandthecolor:

Plants in Space
Check out this amazing project by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto and his crew! The team launch two objects (including a bonsai tree and an arrangement of different flowers) into space.
You can find more images and information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram