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mythologyofblue:

“Just a few days after Nabokov’s death, there was an invasion of butterflies out in Springs, Long Island. It probably happens every year. But the reason I noticed the butterflies this time was the presence—or the absence—of Nabokov.” 
-Saul Steinberg, from “Portraits and Landscapes” (adapated from theparisreview)
 
controsensi:

Edel Rodriguez Illustrations Are Heavily Influenced By The Colourful Revolutionary Posters Of Cuba
themagiclantern:

Jost Amman, Sechs Oktaeder, 1568
cap-ulet:

let’s take a moment to appreciate my boyfriends house and this magical room I can’t even
kevinlucbert:

Lonesome town,
21 x 29,7cm, encre sur papier, Kevin Lucbert, 2013.
mathildewoods:

(Source: Bohemian Homes) Birch Mug
betonbabe:

HERBERT BAYER
DIAGRAM OF THE FIELD OF VISION, 1930
weltinnenraum:

An eye agate (onyx) from Uruguay.
planetaryfolklore:

explore-blog:
 A technical glitch causes the Hubble Space Telescope, which ordinarily captures magnificently crisp scientific imagery of the cosmos, to lose balance and create this inadvertent piece of modern art.
It is suspected that in this case, Hubble had locked onto a bad guide star, potentially a double star or binary. This caused an error in the tracking system, resulting in this remarkable picture of brightly colored stellar streaks. The prominent red streaks are from stars in the globular cluster NGC 288. 
thekimonogallery:

Traditional Japanese shoes, ‘geta’.  
contemporaryartdaily:

William J. O’Brien at Marianne Boesky