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classic |ˈklasik|
adjective
judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind: a classic novel | a classic car.
• (of a garment or design) of a simple elegant style not greatly subject to changes in fashion: this classic navy blazer.
• remarkably and instructively typical: Hamlet is the classic example of a tragedy | I had all the classic symptoms of flu.





allstreets:

Gerard Doustraat - Amsterdam, The Netherlands





namasteh:

(by mouthfullofbees)




Stop your fighting — and know that I am God, exalted among the nations, exalted on the earth Psalm 46:10 || Talents of @penandpaperlettering 💙❤️💛









Art history meme (x) - 5/8 artists - Gustav Klimt




myidealhome:

cool stuff




theloveparcel:

One of the questions I, without a doubt, receive the most is about what I do with things I receive. A fair share of stuff ends up around my house so here’s a peek. I wish I had more room to hang everything! Do you spot anything from you?





likeafieldmouse:

Mario Kolaric - Fragments (2010-12)





wrdbnr:

COPY OF A COPY OF A COPY OF A COPY OF A COPY




pauladuta:

Chalcosoma Atlas

http://www.behance.net/Paula-Duta

https://www.facebook.com/Paula.Personal.Playground





sosuperawesome:

Danna Ray

Shop

(Source: sosuperawesome)





prettycolors:

#7b668a








minimaldesks:

Wonderfully integrated yet simple workspace cutouts.




martinekenblog:

Artist Ed Fairburn continues to push his creative limits with these new map portraits. In the piece shown above, a Bristol street map has been carefully cut and drawn on, revealing the side of a woman’s face. The map can turn into an envelope, which results in a combination of the map works Fairburn usually produces and a project he had previously worked on that involved postal art.

In another new work, Fairburn marries two previous techniques, as well. “With contoured maps I usually use a pencil to follow lines of elevation, altering the grade and pressure to change the tones,” he tells us. “With “Innsbruck” (below), I’ve instead highlighted the contours in ink, altering the thickness of each line to show the figure.”





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