Archive for January, 2011

End of Mubarak Regime…

Protestor outside the Egyptian embassy in London explains what the end of the Mubarak regime means to him.

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Hashiguchi Goyo

Woman with fan and cricket cage, 1920

Hashiguchi Goyo (1880-1921)

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The Circle, Triangle, and Square

The Triangle, Circle and Square

The Triangle, Circle, and Square

Sengai Gibon

ink on paper

Edo Period, Early 19th Century

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Wolf Notes by *AR

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Maison Martin Margiela 2011

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Hummingbird Earrings…

These 1865 earrings feature actual hummingbird heads with gold-covered beaks.

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Feather Muff

An exquisite feather muff from the early 19th Century.

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Cherry Blossoms

Ray Morimura, Cherry Blossoms at Yamaka, 1994

CHERRY BLOSSOMS

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Enamel works…

I love Helen Carnac’s work…and Japanese influenced work is always first on my list.  Her pieces are  formed

with subtle, textural enamel work and color along with simplicity of form…beautiful!

Helen Carnac is a maker, curator and academic who lives and works in London. Drawing, mark-making, the explicit connections between material, process and maker and an emphasis on deliberation and reflection are all central to her practice as a maker and thinker. An Internationally acclaimed enameller – she works with vitreous enamel on steel – it is the type of enamel used for domestic ‘white wear’ – including baths, sinks, pots and pans.

http://helencarnac.wordpress.com/each-other/

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{Video} The Sartorialist’s visual life

I mean, what did you expect?

via T. Davies

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