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The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

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somestrangeway:

This is so cool.
somestrangeway:

This is so cool.
somestrangeway:

This is so cool.
somestrangeway:

This is so cool.
somestrangeway:

This is so cool.
somestrangeway:

This is so cool.
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Photography by stefano bonazzi

Lyngdal, Norway {Eirik Havre}

Lyngdal, Norway {Eirik Havre}

Lyngdal, Norway {Eirik Havre}

Lyngdal, Norway {Eirik Havre}
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stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.
suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.

suitofcards:

stahp-it-jawn:

roaminglotus:

cryptidsandoddities:

Clouds are weird yo.

If I ever saw clouds looking like this I don’t know if I’d cry, shit bricks or do both simultaneously. 

are clouds an actual thing

The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornados.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )




Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.



1988 Turner Prize winner 
2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture  Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) 
2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts 
2012 Cologne Fine art Award 
http://www.tony-cragg.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The amazing Dice sculptures of Tony Cragg

From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature. ( Quote from mymodernmet.com )

  • Tony Cragg is a British visual artist who works mainly as a sculptor. He was the director of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf until August 2013.

1988 Turner Prize winner

2002 Piepenbrock Award for Sculpture Awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire)

2009 Honorary doctor of the Royal College of Arts

2012 Cologne Fine art Award

http://www.tony-cragg.com/

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taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
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1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
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1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto
taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto

taktophoto:

1,200 Whimsical Stone Statues at Buddhist Temple in Kyoto

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Diego Fernandez - 214. Digital art
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Diego Fernandez - 214. Digital art
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