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memoryepsilon:    Josef Sudek    View of the First Courtyard through the Matthias Gate    (via intoned, undr)

Josef Sudek - View of the First Courtyard through the Matthias Gate, date unknown From Josef Sudek: Poet Of Prague kvetchlandia, lushlight & liquidnight

Piergiorgio Branzi

Black & White Photography: Part 3

Piergiorgio Branzi is an Italian photographer raised in Florence. He started photography in the fifties and combines a flair for poetry with love of detail.

Ready At Dusk by darknatasha.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Bat anthro art is relatively rare outside of the obvious Batman idea. The Art of Dark Natasha - Ready At Dusk

kleeheelk:  “Ikko Narahara  ”

kleeheelk: “Ikko Narahara ”

Exquisite photograph:  “Children Singing in a Snow Cave, Niigata Prefecture” (1956) by Hiroshi Hamaya, Japan

This reminds me of my childhood making snow caves in the moutains.“Children Singing in a Snow Cave, Niigata Prefecture” by Hiroshi Hamaya, Japan

Nadie olvida nada, (1982) by Guillermo Kuitca  Acrylic on wood 47 1/2” x 60”  This is one of four paintings by Kuitca titled “nadie olvida nada”. Josefina Ayerza speculates that the repeated names are the result of a ritual started by Guillermo on account that his father would tell him when was the work piece, finished. Click on the picture to read Planning stages: Josefina Ayerza on Guillermo Kuitca.

Nadie olvida nada, by Guillermo Kuitca Acrylic on wood 47 ½" x This is one of four paintings by Kuitca titled “nadie olvida nada”. Josefina Ayerza speculates that the repeated names are the.

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