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et—cetera:

lydia davis


Lydia Davis

interneiti:

et—cetera:

lydia davis

Lydia Davis

@1 month ago with 465 notes

artlog:

SEE // Cartoons on Acid

Inspired by cartoon characters of another era, with raucous figures dancing across fractured, delirious backdrops, the work of Ryan Travis Christian seems almost to have a heartbeat—an irregular, runaway one at that. Behind the bright Disney eyes of his subjects lurk dark secrets, living in a trippy, inside-out world; the otherwise tidy brick houses become monsters and figures are stretched and bent until hardly human.

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@3 months ago with 475 notes
freakyfauna:

Morning Ritual (The Manuals #1).
Poster by Ruth van Beek, published by Centerfold Editions.
Found here.

freakyfauna:

Morning Ritual (The Manuals #1).

Poster by Ruth van Beek, published by Centerfold Editions.

Found here.

@3 months ago with 255 notes

likeafieldmouse:

More of the series Instances by Margo Wolowiec (2013-14) - Handwoven textiles with dye sublimation ink

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@4 months ago with 2360 notes
the59thstreetbridge:

Cell organelles and cytoplasm visualisation — Anatomia Vegetal 1929, pub. by FE Wachsmuth b

the59thstreetbridge:

Cell organelles and cytoplasm visualisation — Anatomia Vegetal 1929, pub. by FE Wachsmuth b

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@5 months ago with 1294 notes
smithsonianlibraries:

"This is madness", thought The Collector, "being up all night, trying to catch bugs. Why don’t I collect stamps or bottlecaps like a normal person…"
From: Taschenberg, Ernst Ludwig et al. - Die Insekten, Tausendfüssler und Spinnen (1877)

smithsonianlibraries:

"This is madness", thought The Collector, "being up all night, trying to catch bugs. Why don’t I collect stamps or bottlecaps like a normal person…"

From: Taschenberg, Ernst Ludwig et al. - Die Insekten, Tausendfüssler und Spinnen (1877)

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@2 months ago with 833 notes
de-preciated:

flowers analog (by Frau Koriander)

de-preciated:

flowers analog (by Frau Koriander)

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@3 months ago with 2649 notes

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@3 months ago with 86 notes

vmartineau:

Pages from my ‘Levels of Complexity’ project, in which I wanted to explore ways in which I could communicate biology and science-based information in a more accessible illustrative style. I hoped to inspire some amount of awe at just how much is going on ‘beneath the surface,’ such as cells, tissues, organs, processes, etc within our bodies and our environment.

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@5 months ago with 4886 notes

spinel333:

Jan Svankmajer, Collages 1973

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@5 months ago with 437 notes