1. naturalbornworldshakers:

    “I believe this photo of Jay is the most stunning and strikingly clear representation, of any photo ever taken, of modern skateboarding. It contains all the elements that make up what modern-day skateboarding has become: awesome aggression and style, power and fury, wild abandon, destruction of all fear, untamed individualism, and a free-spirited determination to tear, shred, and rip relentlessly. Jay should’ve had it all, and it makes me so sad that he didn’t.” 

    –Stacy Peralta

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  2. wmud:

    marcel breur and hamilton p smith - new york university lecture hall, university heights campus, new york, 1957

    (via 550bc)

     
  3. (Source: hiwitch, via pauljoyceofficial)

     
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  5. psychotic-art:

    Pablo Picasso

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  7. (Source: imglib)

     
  8. japaneseaesthetics:

    Eels

    By Hayashi Jikko.

    Edo Period, 19th century., Japan

    TokyoNationalMuseum

    (Source: tnm.jp)

     
  9. or1entalist:

    "Catching a Catfish with a Gourd"

    by Zen Priest Josetsu (如拙)

    (via japonesices)

     
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  11. gizelegraca:

    Laura Gilpin (1891-1979) - Footprints in the Sand (1931.)

    Platinum print

    (via 550bc)

     
  12. gizelegraca:

    Arq. Alejandro Zohn

    Seating for spectators and referees at the “President Adolfo Lopez Mateos” Sports Center, Guadalara, Mexico 1962

    (via 550bc)

     
  13. thingsorganizedneatly:

    Japanese Boxwood Combs from Nalata Nalata

    Photography by Armando Rafael

    (via japaneseaesthetics)

     
  14. dromik:

    Rebecca Warren - LUH 2213
    steel on painted MDF plinth
    full: 223 x 100 x 42 cm
    2009.

     
  15. aleyma:

    Tokuyama Gyokuran, Orchids, 18th century (source)

    (via thekimonogallery)