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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Edward S. Curtis, In the Land of the Head Hunters, 1914.
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Director Martin Scorsese claims that the most important shot in the movie is when Bickle is on the phone trying to get another date with Betsy. The camera moves to the side slowly and pans down the long, empty hallway next to Bickle, as if to suggest that the phone conversation is too painful and pathetic to bear. [x]

Director Martin Scorsese claims that the most important shot in the movie is when Bickle is on the phone trying to get another date with Betsy. The camera moves to the side slowly and pans down the long, empty hallway next to Bickle, as if to suggest that the phone conversation is too painful and pathetic to bear. [x]
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virtual-artifacts:

Benin Bronze
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amnhnyc:

Madagascar Chameleon
In Erpétologie générale …(General herpetology…), the first comprehensive account of all amphibians and reptiles then described by scientists, organized by French zoologist André-Marie-Constant Duméril (1774-1860), dead and sometimes poorly preserved museum specimens appear in remarkably lifelike postures. This illustration depicts the Madagascar warty chameleon (Furcifer verrucosus).
See this and other illustrations from the Museum’s Rare Book Collection in the exhibition Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustration from the Museum’s Library, open now. 
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heaveninawildflower:

Norwich Canaries - Clear Yellow (Cayenne-fed) Clear Yellow (Natural Colour) and Evenly-marked Buff (Cayenne-fed).
Plate from ‘The Illustrated Book of Cage Birds’ by W.A. Blakston, W. Swaysland and August F. Wiener.
Published 1878 by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.
archive.org 
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elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
elisemerand:

BOOK - Interactive ‘Motion Silhouette’ book uses light and shadows to bring stories to life. By Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers l On Tumblr l Via
Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter
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asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
asylum-art:

Simen Johan Photography
Simen Johan born in Norway in 1973, who darkly explores the human proclivity towards fantasy and our attempts, knowing or otherwise, to alternate realities for ourselves. Merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, Johan creates each of his images from as many as one hundred negatives, having first constructed or discovered each element and photographed it on film. Across his body of work, the viewer is urged to ponder the relationship between the real and the artificial or imagined.
  via artsy.net
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kate Moss

This photo kills me

kate is a goddess


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