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artafrica:

Kifwebe mask from the Luba People of D.R. Congo (mid 1900s). Wood, red, white & black paint, 13 in. The grooves symbolize animals with striped skin, like porcupines, zebras or antelopes. The round masks were especially danced at funerals of important persons. via Zemanek-Münster Auktion

artafrica:

Kifwebe mask from the Luba People of D.R. Congo (mid 1900s). Wood, red, white & black paint, 13 in. The grooves symbolize animals with striped skin, like porcupines, zebras or antelopes. The round masks were especially danced at funerals of important persons. via Zemanek-Münster Auktion

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記者「ビートルズみたいに平和や反戦の歌を歌わないんですか?」
フランク・ザッパ「今おれはデンタルフロスの歌を歌ったんだが、お前の歯は綺麗になったか?」
Frank Zappa (https://twitter.com/HistoryImg/status/521290884063563777から)

記者「ビートルズみたいに平和や反戦の歌を歌わないんですか?」
フランク・ザッパ「今おれはデンタルフロスの歌を歌ったんだが、お前の歯は綺麗になったか?」
Frank Zappa (https://twitter.com/HistoryImg/status/521290884063563777から)

— 3 days ago
japaneseaesthetics:

"Hokan Shaka Nyorai is the principal image of worship at Kamakura's Engaku-ji Temple.  Engaku-ji Temple in Kamakura was founded by the shogunal regent, Hōjō Tokimune in 1282 to pay respect to the samurai who had died defending Japan from the Mongol invasions of 1274 and 1281. The temple steadily grew in size and much of what visitors see today was built in the Muromachi and Edo period due to damage from fires and earthquakes.”  Text and photography by Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr

japaneseaesthetics:

"Hokan Shaka Nyorai is the principal image of worship at Kamakura's Engaku-ji TempleEngaku-ji Temple in Kamakura was founded by the shogunal regent, Hōjō Tokimune in 1282 to pay respect to the samurai who had died defending Japan from the Mongol invasions of 1274 and 1281. The temple steadily grew in size and much of what visitors see today was built in the Muromachi and Edo period due to damage from fires and earthquakes.”  Text and photography by Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr

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— 6 days ago with 462 notes
artruby:

ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s on view at the Guggenheim until January 7, 2015.

artruby:

ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s on view at the Guggenheim until January 7, 2015.

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visual-poetry:

»2 4get her SPECIAL EDITION 2014« by anatol knotek

handmade book, 70 typewriter poems, hardcover, color print, limited edition: 150 books, hand-numbered and signed by the artist, DIN A6 (4.1 x 5.8 inches)

this book is a collection of my concrete and visual poems of the last years, written with my »adler triumph gabriele 10« typewriter. as the subtitle says, it can also be read as a drama in four acts. 

…after »2 4get her« was sold out quickly last year, i decided to republish the book in a slightly new look. i wrote everything with a different typewriter, added 20 poems and rearranged many of them. as the previous version it is completely handmade, but now some poems are printed in color and it has beautiful hardcover. 

the price is € 19,- ($ 24,-) plus packaging and worldwide shipping.
you can buy it via paypal directly here:

shipping to europe
shipping to the rest of the world 

for more information (e.g. other payment options) please send me an e-mail.

[i also have some other handmade books available at the moment: anachronismwachseinfalling alphabet & rotated alphabet]

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artruby:

Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, Gates of the Festival, (2014). 

— 1 week ago with 334 notes
グ、グラビア仏像!?現代における四天王「広目天」が新ジャンル過ぎる。 (グ、グラビア仏像!?現代における四天王「広目天」が新ジャンル過ぎる。から)

グ、グラビア仏像!?現代における四天王「広目天」が新ジャンル過ぎる。 (グ、グラビア仏像!?現代における四天王「広目天」が新ジャンル過ぎる。から)

— 3 weeks ago with 1 note

archatlas:

Pantone Album Cover David Marsh

Check out his tumblr Artomattic!

— 4 weeks ago with 569 notes