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aqqindex:

Ettore Sottsass, Prototypes for Poltronova, 1967

aqqindex:

Ettore Sottsass, Prototypes for Poltronova, 1967

evantetreault:

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r e a l l y good stuff

aymerydelamaisonfort:

Georges Braque, lithograph for Guillaume Apollinaire, Si je moriais là-bas. Paris: Louis Broder, 1962. One of fifty copies on vélin pur chiffon du Moulin d’Ambert, with suite on Japan nacré, individually signed by the artist. Via

aymerydelamaisonfort:

Georges Braque, lithograph for Guillaume Apollinaire, Si je moriais là-bas. Paris: Louis Broder, 1962. One of fifty copies on vélin pur chiffon du Moulin d’Ambert, with suite on Japan nacré, individually signed by the artist. Via

etie:

david hockney

etie:

david hockney

yea

aubreylstallard:

Tal R

aubreylstallard:

Tal R

ueai:

Blue Blanket, 2000, acrylic on canvas, 46 x 63 1/4 inches (116.8 x 160.7 cm) by John Wesley.
source

ueai:

Blue Blanket, 2000, acrylic on canvas, 46 x 63 1/4 inches (116.8 x 160.7 cm) by John Wesley.

source

catnation4eva:

Simon Hantaï Untitled, 1973 Museum of Modern Art

catnation4eva:

Simon Hantaï Untitled, 1973 Museum of Modern Art

dizarrebisco:

Maki Haku - Poem 71-39

dizarrebisco:

Maki Haku - Poem 71-39

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruxism

soudasouda:

Kawa Dish by Souda

The Kawa Porcelain series is an ongoing investigation into the process of batch-production that yields one-of-a-kind results. Rather than relying on traditional plaster molds to form identical replicas of a design, Kawa pieces are individually slip-cast in reusable leather molds. This complex process yields one-of-a-kind porcelain objects, textured by the leather molds in which they are cast.

absolutely stunning pieces

soudasouda:

Kawa Vases by Souda

The Kawa Porcelain series is an ongoing investigation into the process of batch-production that yields one-of-a-kind results. Rather than relying on traditional plaster molds to form identical replicas of a design, Kawa pieces are individually slip-cast in reusable leather molds. This complex process yields one-of-a-kind porcelain objects, textured by the leather molds in which they are cast.