Lia Marchesini

Lia Marchesini

Lia Marchesini
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City of Culture of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, competition model, 1999, by Peter Eisenman, Eisenman Architects. Project under construction.

City of Culture of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, competition model, 1999, by Peter Eisenman, Eisenman Architects. Project under construction.

| FLESH | anish kapoor | wound | skin | art | cut |

| FLESH | anish kapoor | wound | skin | art | cut |

Rabarama via Flickr

Rabarama via Flickr

Edvard Munch, "The Kiss," 1897 // My preference to Gustav Klimt's more recognized "The Kiss." I enjoy the dark eeriness of this image and its vibrating expressiveness.

Edvard Munch, "The Kiss," 1897 // My preference to Gustav Klimt's more recognized "The Kiss." I enjoy the dark eeriness of this image and its vibrating expressiveness.

Eeeek i dreamed bee's flew at me last night.... and they were all in my hair and i was madly trying to shake em out!!!!  random.

Eeeek i dreamed bee's flew at me last night.... and they were all in my hair and i was madly trying to shake em out!!!! random.

ImpressioniArtistiche: Matteo Pugliese: Evasione

ImpressioniArtistiche: Matteo Pugliese: Evasione

CanusLilium

CanusLilium

Volcano. Ok so obviously I cannot actually go here, but this view is unbelievable. #etna

Volcano. Ok so obviously I cannot actually go here, but this view is unbelievable. #etna

Víti    Lake Víti (the little one on this picture) aside Öskjuvatn (the big one) at the Askja Vulcano.    If I remember right you can swimm in Víti. If you look closely you can see some tourists around the crater.    Víti means hell on icelandic for lake Víti is known as one of the gates to hell. (:    Askja, Iceland

Víti Lake Víti (the little one on this picture) aside Öskjuvatn (the big one) at the Askja Vulcano. If I remember right you can swimm in Víti. If you look closely you can see some tourists around the crater. Víti means hell on icelandic for lake Víti is known as one of the gates to hell. (: Askja, Iceland

Satellites glimpse ultra-powerful "black-hole" whirlpools in Atlantic - The whirlpools - never witnessed before - would suck down ships, debris and even living creatures. Satellites have shown two mysterious 'black-hole' whirlpools in the South Atlantic Ocean - ultra-powerful "vortexes" (vortices) which suck water down into the depths

Satellites glimpse ultra-powerful "black-hole" whirlpools in Atlantic - The whirlpools - never witnessed before - would suck down ships, debris and even living creatures. Satellites have shown two mysterious 'black-hole' whirlpools in the South Atlantic Ocean - ultra-powerful "vortexes" (vortices) which suck water down into the depths