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

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
nevver:

Palette, Nick Franck
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creak:

glw blog
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artchipel:

Bernhard Lang (Germany) - Aerial Views Adria
Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang’s obsession with aerial photography began after realizing that there actually wasn’t that much of it out there—at least, not much that took the vertical perspective he liked. He was drawn to the occasional top-down photos he came across in magazines, and also thought about photography every time he boarded a plane to fly somewhere. “Looking down out of the window, I was fascinated by seeing the world—the graphic structures—from above,” he says. Eventually, Lang found himself strapped outside of an ultralight plane, hanging thousands of feet above the ground. “The first time it was a bit scary,” he says. “But at the moment I was so concentrated on looking through the camera I wasn’t scared anymore.” Like the filmmakers, Lang hopes that showing the world from a different scale might change how people see the everyday world. (src. Co.Exist) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Bernhard Lang | via photojojo]
artchipel:

Bernhard Lang (Germany) - Aerial Views Adria
Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang’s obsession with aerial photography began after realizing that there actually wasn’t that much of it out there—at least, not much that took the vertical perspective he liked. He was drawn to the occasional top-down photos he came across in magazines, and also thought about photography every time he boarded a plane to fly somewhere. “Looking down out of the window, I was fascinated by seeing the world—the graphic structures—from above,” he says. Eventually, Lang found himself strapped outside of an ultralight plane, hanging thousands of feet above the ground. “The first time it was a bit scary,” he says. “But at the moment I was so concentrated on looking through the camera I wasn’t scared anymore.” Like the filmmakers, Lang hopes that showing the world from a different scale might change how people see the everyday world. (src. Co.Exist) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Bernhard Lang | via photojojo]
artchipel:

Bernhard Lang (Germany) - Aerial Views Adria
Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang’s obsession with aerial photography began after realizing that there actually wasn’t that much of it out there—at least, not much that took the vertical perspective he liked. He was drawn to the occasional top-down photos he came across in magazines, and also thought about photography every time he boarded a plane to fly somewhere. “Looking down out of the window, I was fascinated by seeing the world—the graphic structures—from above,” he says. Eventually, Lang found himself strapped outside of an ultralight plane, hanging thousands of feet above the ground. “The first time it was a bit scary,” he says. “But at the moment I was so concentrated on looking through the camera I wasn’t scared anymore.” Like the filmmakers, Lang hopes that showing the world from a different scale might change how people see the everyday world. (src. Co.Exist) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Bernhard Lang | via photojojo]
artchipel:

Bernhard Lang (Germany) - Aerial Views Adria
Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang’s obsession with aerial photography began after realizing that there actually wasn’t that much of it out there—at least, not much that took the vertical perspective he liked. He was drawn to the occasional top-down photos he came across in magazines, and also thought about photography every time he boarded a plane to fly somewhere. “Looking down out of the window, I was fascinated by seeing the world—the graphic structures—from above,” he says. Eventually, Lang found himself strapped outside of an ultralight plane, hanging thousands of feet above the ground. “The first time it was a bit scary,” he says. “But at the moment I was so concentrated on looking through the camera I wasn’t scared anymore.” Like the filmmakers, Lang hopes that showing the world from a different scale might change how people see the everyday world. (src. Co.Exist) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Bernhard Lang | via photojojo]
artchipel:

Bernhard Lang (Germany) - Aerial Views Adria
Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang’s obsession with aerial photography began after realizing that there actually wasn’t that much of it out there—at least, not much that took the vertical perspective he liked. He was drawn to the occasional top-down photos he came across in magazines, and also thought about photography every time he boarded a plane to fly somewhere. “Looking down out of the window, I was fascinated by seeing the world—the graphic structures—from above,” he says. Eventually, Lang found himself strapped outside of an ultralight plane, hanging thousands of feet above the ground. “The first time it was a bit scary,” he says. “But at the moment I was so concentrated on looking through the camera I wasn’t scared anymore.” Like the filmmakers, Lang hopes that showing the world from a different scale might change how people see the everyday world. (src. Co.Exist) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Bernhard Lang | via photojojo]
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ghosts-in-the-tv:

Modern Houses of the World by Sherban Cantacuzino, (1964).
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gurafiku:

Japanese Theater Poster: Diagonal Line Express. Nami Masuda. 2014
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theantidote:

Evan Hecox
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magictransistor:

Beatus de Osma. The Woman and the Dragon, Commentaria In Apocalypsin, The 5th Trumpet Infernal Horse. 1086.
magictransistor:

Beatus de Osma. The Woman and the Dragon, Commentaria In Apocalypsin, The 5th Trumpet Infernal Horse. 1086.
magictransistor:

Beatus de Osma. The Woman and the Dragon, Commentaria In Apocalypsin, The 5th Trumpet Infernal Horse. 1086.
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magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
magictransistor:

Manly P. Hall. Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts. Box No. 4. 1600.
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artofthedarkages:

31, 132, 138, 199, 211, 313, 317
Gospels, MS 34, Jura Cantonal Library
artofthedarkages:

31, 132, 138, 199, 211, 313, 317
Gospels, MS 34, Jura Cantonal Library
artofthedarkages:

31, 132, 138, 199, 211, 313, 317
Gospels, MS 34, Jura Cantonal Library
artofthedarkages:

31, 132, 138, 199, 211, 313, 317
Gospels, MS 34, Jura Cantonal Library
artofthedarkages:

31, 132, 138, 199, 211, 313, 317
Gospels, MS 34, Jura Cantonal Library
artofthedarkages:

31, 132, 138, 199, 211, 313, 317
Gospels, MS 34, Jura Cantonal Library
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Ludovic Ismaël and Nicolas Delille 
Ludovic Ismaël and Nicolas Delille 
Ludovic Ismaël and Nicolas Delille 
Ludovic Ismaël and Nicolas Delille 
Ludovic Ismaël and Nicolas Delille 
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theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement
theartofanimation:

Kuldar Leement