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oxane:

Stairs @ spinnaker tower by Stevensquid
Portsmouth

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Stairs @ spinnaker tower by Stevensquid

Portsmouth

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Givenchy haute couture, spring 2012

Givenchy haute couture, spring 2012

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doze-mag:

The Rogue Marauder by kevin davidson on Flickr.
Lista para comerse el #viernes

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The Rogue Marauder by kevin davidson on Flickr.

Lista para comerse el #viernes

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François Flameng, French (1856-1923) - “Mrs. Adeline M. Noble”, 1803
Oil on canvass, 88.9 x 72.4 cm
Flameng was a very successful French painter during the last quarter of the 19th century and the first quarter of the 20th. He was the son of a celebrated engraver and received a first-rate education in his craft. Flameng initially received renown for his history painting and portraiture, and became a professor at the Academy de Beaux-Arts. He decorated such important civic buildings as the Sorbonne and the Opera Comique, and also produced advertising work. Flameng was granted France’s highest civilian honor, the Legion d’Honneur, and designed France’s first bank notes.
Flameng later received renown for his painting of World War I. | more here: http://bit.ly/ZHmAQl
Image source: http://bit.ly/XEtCz6

alainpress:

François Flameng, French (1856-1923) - “Mrs. Adeline M. Noble”, 1803

Oil on canvass, 88.9 x 72.4 cm

Flameng was a very successful French painter during the last quarter of the 19th century and the first quarter of the 20th. He was the son of a celebrated engraver and received a first-rate education in his craft. Flameng initially received renown for his history painting and portraiture, and became a professor at the Academy de Beaux-Arts. He decorated such important civic buildings as the Sorbonne and the Opera Comique, and also produced advertising work. Flameng was granted France’s highest civilian honor, the Legion d’Honneur, and designed France’s first bank notes.

Flameng later received renown for his painting of World War I. | more here: http://bit.ly/ZHmAQl

Image source: http://bit.ly/XEtCz6

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Umberto Dattola

“EVNI is a collection of giant furniture developed by Italian designer Umberto Dattola. The artist creates all kinds of woodwork that blends carpentry and design. For this project, he took old pieces of furniture and transformed them into these unique, lively pieces. The oversized furniture was first revealed at Milan Design Week and is reminiscent of a fantasy scene, like something directly out of Alice in Wonderland.

EVNI is a project that gives life and expression to otherwise inanimate objects. Through the work, Dattola explores the possibility that everyday objects absorb emotions and carry those feelings throughout the course of existence. Dattola explains: “What, of our passions, remain in the object during our life? Can we consider that some objects follow us during our entire life, absorbing our passions, moments of happiness, and moments of sadness? The question is: are we sure that all our sentiments pass without any influence around us?” The final product certainly seems to have a life of its own. With their long, wavy legs, the surreal pieces look like they might get up and scurry away at any moment.”

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