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  2. mgoldst:

    188

     
  3. exhibition-ism:

    Silhouette street art by Sam3 in Bari, Italy. 

     
  4. 7knotwind:

    KEVIN TOWNSEND
    a shadow too heavy to drag behind me
    a drawing made by erasing, in which the debris left behind constitutes the finished work

    42 hour durational drawing performance
    completed in 7, 6 hour shifts over the course of 1 week—
    documentation images above were taken at the end of each shift and are presented in reverse chronological order.

    • powdered graphite is buffed and burnished on a 7’ x 8’ section of wall over the course of 6 hours
    • each subsequent 6 hour session is spent methodically removing the burnished graphite from the wall surface using white plastic erasers
    • at the end of each 6 hour session a documentation image is taken
    • all eraser shavings are preserved, as they are the drawing
    • the shavings are a physical quantification of time—
      each shard is embedded with the graphite that was once on the wall
      and the physical exertion required to remove it

    (Source: wrk-kevintownsend, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

     
  5. red-lipstick:

    Dan McCaw (b. 1942, Seattle, WA, USA) - Vigilant, 2012    Paintings: Oil

    (Source: danmccaw.blogspot.com)

     
  6. cornelluniversity:

    Cornell researchers are uncovering how origami principles could lead to exotic materials, soft robots and even tiny transformers. Learn more.

     
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  8. 2headedsnake:

    Echo Morgan

    (Source: echomorgan.com)

     
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  10. sildiogo:

    ## Sildiogo ##

    (via 2headedsnake)

     
  11. red-lipstick:

    Alphonse Mucha aka Alphonse Maria Mucha (Czech, 1860-1939) - North Star, 1902     Drawings: Pencils, Watercolors on Paper

    (Source: alphonsemucha.ru)

     
  12. catmota:

    Donne in Terrazza

    Attilio Pratella 1856 - 1949)

    (Source: vasilyt)

     
  13. catmota:

    Fernando de Szyszlo

    more works by this artist

     
  14. catmota:

    Small World

    Karen Jacobs

     
  15. jacobaaronschroeder:

    As You Were
    Acrylic on canvas
    4” x 4”
    2014