Mogo

Roxy Music, “Would You Believe?”, Roxy Music (1972)

colin-vian:

  Vincent van Gogh’s paintings of flowers

colin-vian:

  Vincent van Gogh’s paintings of flowers

ffrenchtoast:

You still want to blow him up?

No. We’re out of dynamite anyway.

surfingthekaliyuga:

"Hungarian Resistance Fighter" Mort Künstler 1957

surfingthekaliyuga:

"Hungarian Resistance Fighter" Mort Künstler 1957

fleurdulys:

Meadow with Poppies - Pal Szinyei-Merse
1902

fleurdulys:

Meadow with Poppies - Pal Szinyei-Merse

1902

wowgreat:

rosanna jones

thecrankyprofessor:

atlurbanist:

Eyes that have seen a lot of stuff in Downtown Atlanta. From the Eiseman Building to the Five Points MARTA station.

Now there’s a happy memory of Atlanta.

typeworship:

No, they certainly don’t

I’m not sure how I missed this project from Anthony Burrill a few years ago. Many of his well know works have been letterpressed but this is genius:

A screen-printed poster made with oil from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster.

Proceeds from the sale of the print were donated to CRCL (Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana) a non-profit organisation dedicated to restoring the Gulf of Mexico’s coastal wetlands. The project was conceived and produced in collaboration with Happiness Brussels (2010)

greuze:

Lorenzo Lippi (1606-1665)The Triumph of David (Detail)Oil on canvas, 17th Century

greuze:

Lorenzo Lippi (1606-1665)
The Triumph of David (Detail)
Oil on canvas, 17th Century