• liquidnight:

Boy and dog, Washington, D.C., circa 1922
Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative
[via Shorpy]

    liquidnight:

    Boy and dog, Washington, D.C., circa 1922

    Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative

    [via Shorpy]

    (via findus)

  • 2 hours ago
  • le-iv:

留守。Absence.

    le-iv:

    留守。Absence.

    (via yellowblog)

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  • museumuesum:

Robert Morris
Observatory, 1970-77
Oostelijk Flevoland/Holland, 52°32’58”N 5°33’57”E

    museumuesum:

    Robert Morris

    Observatory, 1970-77

    Oostelijk Flevoland/Holland, 52°32’58”N 5°33’57”E

  • 1 day ago
  • 2000-lightyearsfromhome:

© Frederick Wilfred

    2000-lightyearsfromhome:

    © Frederick Wilfred

    (via yellowblog)

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  • asolitarycomfort:

Leon Ferrari, Union Libre (poem by André Breton embossed in Braille on a photograph)

    asolitarycomfort:

    Leon Ferrari, Union Libre (poem by André Breton embossed in Braille on a photograph)

    (via reckon)

  • 2 days ago
  • vintagegal:

    Lois Conner - Buddha, Leshan, Sichuan, China (1986) (via)

  • 2 days ago
  • snuff-tv:


Rudolf Schwarzkogler, 1965

    snuff-tv:

    Rudolf Schwarzkogler, 1965

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  • 2 days ago
  • visualobscurity:

Paul Hill from Prenotations [Early Work], 1974-1978

    visualobscurity:

    Paul Hill from Prenotations [Early Work], 1974-1978

    (via betzistar)

  • 3 days ago
  • apanelofanalysts:

by James Friedman

    apanelofanalysts:

    by James Friedman

    (via batteredshoes)

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  • mrdankelly:

#chicago #art #alleys

    mrdankelly:

    #chicago #art #alleys

    (via istealforksfromrestaurants)

  • 4 days ago
  • thecountryfucker:

GPOY of the Future

    thecountryfucker:

    GPOY of the Future

    (Source: sudzypoo, via michiganswampmonkey)

  • 5 days ago
  • sixbucks:

The Three Graces
Kirk Tuck

The Three Graces.
Unknown Sculptor. Marble
Roman copy of Hellenistic original  @ The Louvre (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities).

    sixbucks:

    The Three Graces

    Kirk Tuck

    The Three Graces.

    Unknown Sculptor. Marble

    Roman copy of Hellenistic original  @ The Louvre (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities).


  • 5 days ago
  • burnedshoes:

© Arnold Odermatt, 1965, Buochs, Switzerland
Arnold Odermatt joined a Swiss police force in 1948 after being forced to give up his original career as a baker and pastry chef for health reasons. As a policeman he first appeared with his camera at the scene of an accident to take photos to complement police reports, people found this odd. At that time, photography was anything other than an independent means of providing the police with evidence.
A colleague once observed Arnold Odermatt as he took pictures for the force and was suspicious. He was ordered to report to his commander immediately. Odermatt managed to convince his superiors of the quality of the work he was doing. They allowed him to convert an old toilet in an observation post into a makeshift dark room. When the observation post was moved into another building several years later, he was finally given his own laboratory. (+)
Find more of his work here.

    burnedshoes:

    © Arnold Odermatt, 1965, Buochs, Switzerland

    Arnold Odermatt joined a Swiss police force in 1948 after being forced to give up his original career as a baker and pastry chef for health reasons. As a policeman he first appeared with his camera at the scene of an accident to take photos to complement police reports, people found this odd. At that time, photography was anything other than an independent means of providing the police with evidence.

    A colleague once observed Arnold Odermatt as he took pictures for the force and was suspicious. He was ordered to report to his commander immediately. Odermatt managed to convince his superiors of the quality of the work he was doing. They allowed him to convert an old toilet in an observation post into a makeshift dark room. When the observation post was moved into another building several years later, he was finally given his own laboratory. (+)

    Find more of his work here.

    (via betzistar)

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