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Silent Blanket, la copertina

Silent Blanket, la copertina

L'histoire de l'impératrice Wu Zetian, dessinée par Pénélope Bagieu

Wu Zetian, impératrice

tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari. Lo encubierto, emerge, el punto de vista se traslada, la abstracción trastorna. Andar entre árboles nunca tuvo tal significado.

tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari

Matisse à Vence

Un, deux, trois... Matisse !

Matisse at his Vence studio with his birds and plants in 1946 © Hélène Adant Centre Pompidou - Mnam - Bibliothèque Kandinsky - Hélène Adant

"Eyes as Big as Plates" photo series by Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth. Inspired by Norwegian folklore.

Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth

The title refers specifically to two Scandinavian folktales featuring a goat and a dog with eyes the size of plates.

Robin eggs by Liz Castro, via Flickr

Robin's nest with eggs in a tree. Nothing makes me more excited than to discover a new bird's nest in or near the garden in the Springtime and to know that new chirping baby birds will soon be on their way.


Photographers Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth present a photographry project called "Eyes as Big as Plates", featuring seniors with headgear constructed from

ernesto neto pink

ernesto neto pink

graffiti wall in Seattle!!:3

Graffiti on a wall in Seattle, I love the variation of everyones uniquely developed style of writing and how flagrantly the mistakes are displayed in graffiti.


Des familles chinoises dévoilent ce qu’elles possèdent

Huang Qingjun photographs Chinese people in front of their homes, surrounded by their belongings. His images are intimate portraits of lives in a country getting rich fast, but one where vast numbers of people still struggle.

Cloth Lullaby: The Woven Life of Louise Bourgeois: Amy Novesky, Isabelle Arsenault: 9781419718816: AmazonSmile: Books

Cloth Lullaby: The Woven Life of Louise Bourgeois Amy Novesky & Isabelle Arsenault A loving illustrated homage to one of the most extraordinary and inspiring women in the history of creative culture


Il Photographie des Familles de la Chine Rurale Avec Tout ce qu'ils Possèdent

A series of photos entitled Family Stuff by Chinese photographer Huang Qingjun that offers a glimpse into the utilitarian lives of millions of ordinary Chinese.