fyeahthebirthdaymassacre:

Pins and Needles by My Pet Skeleton [x]

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pmikos:

 Yu Xiaodong

pmikos:

 Yu Xiaodong

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fredrikrattzen
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fuckyeahimpressionism:

Edgar Degas - Musicians in the Orchestra

fuckyeahimpressionism:

Edgar Degas - Musicians in the Orchestra

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steelball:

The Macabre and the Beautifully Grotesque

steelball:

The Macabre and the Beautifully Grotesque

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pmikos:

 Yu Xiaodong

pmikos:

 Yu Xiaodong

@2 months ago with 27 notes
glassectomy:

cavetocanvas:

Detail of Hell from Garden of Earthly Delights - Hieronymus Bosch, c. 1500

glassectomy:

cavetocanvas:

Detail of Hell from Garden of Earthly Delights - Hieronymus Bosch, c. 1500

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newsweek:

Few people know that literary titan Jorge Luis Borges had a sister, and even fewer that Leonor Fanny Borges Acevedo (1901–1998), better-known under the pseudonym Norah Borges, was an acclaimed artist in her own right, who emerged in the 1920s as one of the female pioneers of modern art. (In many regards, Norah was to Jorge Luis what the acclaimed Bloomsbury artist Vanessa Bell was to her sister, Virginia Woolf.)
During her lifetime, Borges illustrated close to eighty books, including some of her brother’s, in addition to editorial illustrations for a number of avant-garde magazines belonging to ultraísmo — the first major avant-garde movement in Spain, comprising an eclectic group of writers and artists influenced by Italian futurism.
(MORE IMAGES: The Gorgeous Art of Norah Borges, Jorge Luis Borges’s Younger Sister | Brain Pickings)

newsweek:

Few people know that literary titan Jorge Luis Borges had a sister, and even fewer that Leonor Fanny Borges Acevedo (1901–1998), better-known under the pseudonym Norah Borges, was an acclaimed artist in her own right, who emerged in the 1920s as one of the female pioneers of modern art. (In many regards, Norah was to Jorge Luis what the acclaimed Bloomsbury artist Vanessa Bell was to her sister, Virginia Woolf.)

During her lifetime, Borges illustrated close to eighty books, including some of her brother’s, in addition to editorial illustrations for a number of avant-garde magazines belonging to ultraísmo — the first major avant-garde movement in Spain, comprising an eclectic group of writers and artists influenced by Italian futurism.

(MORE IMAGES: The Gorgeous Art of Norah Borges, Jorge Luis Borges’s Younger Sister | Brain Pickings)

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Adam Carvalho
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