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themagicfarawayttree:

"Tulipes Hollandaises" (textile), Charles Frederick Worth, 1889

themagicfarawayttree:

"Tulipes Hollandaises" (textile), Charles Frederick Worth, 1889

elisemerand:

DESIGN - Principle of Design Poster Series.
Efil Türk created a series of posters of incredible beauty to recall the 10 principles of design. Splendid creations “Principle of Design Poster Series” to illustrate the importance of balance in design, contrast, movement or rhythm. l Via Fubiz l Artist on Tumblr.

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thestylishacademic:

|| The Stylish Academic || From Dusty Old Textbooks to the New Vogue || 

thestylishacademic:

|| The Stylish Academic || From Dusty Old Textbooks to the New Vogue || 

babaablog:

Jumper No.8 Emerald by @ledansla - you will be able to see all her beautiful #babaà pictures very soon in our new website! #babaàfriends

babaablog:

Jumper No.8 Emerald by @ledansla - you will be able to see all her beautiful #babaĂ  pictures very soon in our new website! #babaĂ friends

decordesignreview:

creamy white

decordesignreview:

creamy white

archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa

"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."