johnandwolf:

Superstition Mountains, AZ / September 2014

johnandwolf:

Superstition Mountains, AZ / September 2014

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tsmskimonodrome:

Asylum-Art :

A Huge Collection of Embroidered silk Spheres by 92-year-old grandmother in Japan.

THESE Intricate and Extraordinarily beautiful Embroidered Silk balls Are a form of Japanese Folk Art called Temari , Which Means “hand Ball” in Japanese. THESE Particular Temari Are even more Impressive BECAUSE They Were Handmade by a 92-year-old Grandmother in Japan. NanaAkua’s flickr

 

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orientaltiger:

My daughter Alice, born with Downs Syndrome, is no different to any other human being. She feels what you and I feel. I wonder how it might be for Alice to be valued without distinction, without exception and without second glance. This project is for her, for Alice. - Sian Davey

youandmeandthezombieapocalypse:

RINKO KIKUCHI PHOTOGRAPHED BY MARIANO VIVANCO
STYLING: NICOLA FORMICHETTI

DSECTION Issue 08

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nicokrijno:

Fig. 024. Composition with fabric.  Printed onto fabric. 

nicokrijno:

Fig. 024. Composition with fabric.  Printed onto fabric. 

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