dlb
dlb
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nevver:

Above the clouds
nevver:

Above the clouds
nevver:

Above the clouds
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yama-bato:

Zdzislaw Beksinski
via
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thedailywhat:

Poem of the Day

Dubbed the “BEST CAT POEM EVER,” Spencer Madsen’s poem about his sad cat has been getting a lot of love on Tumblr and Twitter.
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muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part II
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muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
muchastyle:

Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli (1897), Part I



Based on Edmond Rostand’sLa Princesse Lointaine, written for Sarah Bernhardt in 1895,L’Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoliwas commissioned from the author Robert de Flers by the Parisian publisher Henri Piazza.
By the time De Flers had completed his manuscript, Mucha had only three months to prepare 134 coloured lithographs before the edition was due to go to print.
Mucha later wrote of the experience: ‘We worked on four stones simultaneously. I did some of the drawings straight onto the stone. Other things, particularly the decorative edgings, I drew on tracing paper which was then passed on to the draughtsmen who continued the work with the colours I specified. I hardly had time to sketch out the motif for an ornament when they came and took it from my hands and got down to work on it.’
Ilsée was given an enthusiastic reception by the critics. Czech and German editions were later published in 1901 in Prague by B. Koci.



      (c) Mucha Trust
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Miss January 1984 (by odin’s_raven)
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eocene:

Skye Landscape (by austinmann)
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hyperallergic:

The Unpleasant Smell of Lost Opportunities, or How One Museum Show Became a Luxury Boutique
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curate1k:

$450MemoryLisa Congdonmixed media shadowbox11” x 14”
buy it here 
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curate1k:

$12Czech LaceYelena Bryksenkovaarchival print5” x 5”
make it mine
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mineralia:

Boulder Opal from Australia
by Treasure Mountain Mining
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lamescapes:

Rock Falls
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eocene:

Calcite w/ Pyrite
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workman:

elbe, gerhard richter 1957
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fuckyeahbookarts:

upthefolksstudio:

Every sink in which I brushed my teeth between may 25th and July 20th, 2009. 
Silkscreened accordion fold book.   

Proof that you can make a book about anything!
fuckyeahbookarts:

upthefolksstudio:

Every sink in which I brushed my teeth between may 25th and July 20th, 2009. 
Silkscreened accordion fold book.   

Proof that you can make a book about anything!