thedesigncenter:

Diamond gradient print on cotton flannel. Early 20th century.

thegoldeneternity:

Léo Piron, Paysage hivernal (Winter landscape), 1945.

hughnewellart:

Nope Jump, digital gif rotoscope, 2014.  My first attempt at rotoscoping in photoshop.

magnificentruin:

Martin ParrInner Hebrides, ScotlandNYT

afterthepartyyy:

astutes:

A clock that writes the time.

Oh shit. Yooooooo

sehenzuwerden:

fw1991:

Unknown source

I think the source is probably a dark corner of hell, really

designed-for-life:

This colourful Anatolian (Turkish) kilim is a vintage wedding rug from the 1960s. 

This rug was woven for a dowry. Handwoven on a wooden loom, it would have taken about 7-8 months to weave. The ‘eye’ (zig zag) pattern has a special place in Turkish nomadic culture. It signifies “banishing the evil and danger”, and represents luck, abundance and health

You can purchase this gorgeous rug here