socialclaustrophobia:

Greg Otto (American, b. 1943), 5 May 1971, 1971. Graphite on paper, signed in pencil and dated on the reverse, on wove paper; sheet 18¼ × 24 inches 
via o-p-e-n-s-p-a-c-e

socialclaustrophobia:

Greg Otto (American, b. 1943), 5 May 1971, 1971. Graphite on paper, signed in pencil and dated on the reverse, on wove paper; sheet 18¼ × 24 inches 

via o-p-e-n-s-p-a-c-e

Blown A Wish
My Bloody Valentine

teethvsteeth:

Once in love, I’ll be the death of you
foxesinbreeches:

Kawa = Flow #1533 by Masao Yamamoto

foxesinbreeches:

Kawa = Flow #1533 by Masao Yamamoto

exploregermanart:

Otto Piene, Red Matters, 1975. Oil and fire on canvas, 122 × 122 cm.

exploregermanart:

Otto Piene, Red Matters, 1975. Oil and fire on canvas, 122 × 122 cm.

loghomecenter:

Communal house of Kakasd village, architect: Imre Makovecz
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Kakasdi faluház, tervező: Makovecz Imre
photo: by mabruka - panoramio.com/photo/77297844

loghomecenter:

Communal house of Kakasd village, architect: Imre Makovecz

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Kakasdi faluház, tervező: Makovecz Imre

photo: by mabruka - panoramio.com/photo/77297844

nemfrog:

Fig. 81. Lunar landscape. 1881. 

nemfrog:

Fig. 81. Lunar landscape. 1881. 

humansarevile:

Grouper//Liz Harris

humansarevile:

Grouper//Liz Harris

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth, UK, 1965
(Owen Luder Partnership)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth, UK, 1965

(Owen Luder Partnership)

Lines
Whirr

halfmanhalfgone:

Lines // Whirr

ty-cole:

Underside of the James V. Forrestal Building, Washington, D.C.  July 2014 #brutalist

ty-cole:

Underside of the James V. Forrestal Building, Washington, D.C.  July 2014 #brutalist

bestqualitybeksinski:

Zdzisław Beksiński

bestqualitybeksinski:

Zdzisław Beksiński

pleoros:

Michelle Stuart - Stone Alignments, Solstice Cairns, 1979.

pleoros:

Michelle Stuart - Stone Alignments, Solstice Cairns, 1979.

Epistolary
Beau Navire

"I hope this letter finds you well. I know you’re busy and it’s tough to find time. I don’t mind. Short and sweet and to the point. My best to you and yours." Correspondence corresponds to a moment where I thought I knew where you stood. I’ll keep them in hopes that moment might have meant something to you as well.