1. dieanneland:

    Merchandising for AEPGA, a portuguese association for the protection of donkeys.

    Based on scientific illustration to create a “donkeys’ body language dictionary”

    (via scientificillustration)

  4. momongamon:

    Agyness Deyn by Dan Martensen

  5. artspotting:

    Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775–1851 ?Land’s End c.1834 via Tate

    (via jesuisperdu)

  6. The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

    (Source: meri0, via dad--jeans)


  7. "Creation which cannot express itself becomes madness."
    — Anaïs Nin (via louxosenjoyables)

    (Source: kerryquotesquotes, via louxosenjoyables)

  8. (Source: damadesign)


  10. Start Blog. Start Thesis Research.

    Start Blog. Start Thesis Research.

    Military Uniform Jacket, c. 1810, Louisiana State Museum (Pre-Conservation)

    Military Uniform Jacket, c. 1810, Louisiana State Museum (Pre-Conservation)

    Probably not how everyone spends their spring break, but I’m happy to report that I’ve journeyed down to New Orleans to gather information on my potential thesis ideas. This blog will, hopefully, serve to help me keep up on my research and to keep others updated. I’ll dive right in! I’m exploring the cultural impact of…

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  11. smithsoniantranscriptioncenter:

    Today’s #MONDAYMINDMELTER is Oscar Bluemner’s painting diary, which details his developing skills and approach to color theory.

    The diary, via archivesofamericanart, is written in English and German - many pages of the project are already partially transcribed but need more work or review. Greater detail in the transcription from these sketches would be so useful - they’re found on pages 52 and 100 of the Bluemner project. 

    Jump into this 161-page project and also see 13 black and white sketches and 6 colored sketches of countryside and landscape scenes. Let us know how you do with this project - either here or send us a message!

    (via smithsonianlibraries)

  12. (Source: sallizzle, via dad--jeans)

  13. (Source: ohmockingjay, via dad--jeans)

  14. newhousebooks:

    Illus by Herbert Townsend, from America, the Story of Our Country, 1951

  15. dantmccarthy:

    de Kooning studio

    (via jesuisperdu)