1. Fashion Knitwear by Jenny Udale

  2. Printing Things: Visions and Essentials for 3D Printing

  3. Haute Africa

  4. magictransistor:

    Paul Klee, Hand puppets made for his son Felix between 1916 and 1925.

    (via thomasbolt)

  5. missanthropicprinciple:



    Needed to warm up, so I decided to do a Burn Gorman doodle. I saw that photo and thought it looked really great to cartoon. 

    Bloop. Dropping this off here too. 

    Damn! What’s the original picture from?

    The Hour

    Tagged #The Hour
  6. Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology

  7. Van Cleef & Arpels: Treasures and Legends

  8. Black Panther The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas

  9. Wa: The Essence of Japanese Design

  10. free-parking:

    René Magritte, works from the Période vache (1947-1948)

    Regarding both their motifs and their style, the works of Magritte’s Période vache do not constitute a consistent ensemble but rather present themselves as a patchwork of different pseudo-styles borrowing more or less openly from other artists and drawing on the artist’s own earlier works. These elements are transformed into something comic, trivial, or grotesque by being blended with aspects of popular visual culture. With numerous art historical references Magritte ridicules traditional cultural values and aesthetic norms and distances himself from an art scene lusting for innovation. Contrary to his “classical” works, their cool, precise and realistic approach, and the conceptual consideration behind them, the works of Magritte’s Période vache strike us as colorful, two-dimensional, quickly painted, and radiating an astounding directness and spontaneity.

    With his manifesto-like protest against all varieties of arrogance and reprimands in the arts, Magritte has become a model for the artist’s triumph over the workings of an art scene that seem to be more overpowering today than they ever were. (via)

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