LIGHT BREEZE
Droma Wan
卓玛 湾
LIGHT BREEZE
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gastrogirl:

vanilla sour cream rainbow cake.
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xweetabixwarriorx:

bady11:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

freaky-deaky-dyke:

Dogs man … just, dogs

THERE IS A DOG FEEDING A BABY LAMB
You all need to have this on your dash :D

*-* I love dogs

The fuckin second one slays me
xweetabixwarriorx:

bady11:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

freaky-deaky-dyke:

Dogs man … just, dogs

THERE IS A DOG FEEDING A BABY LAMB
You all need to have this on your dash :D

*-* I love dogs

The fuckin second one slays me
xweetabixwarriorx:

bady11:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

freaky-deaky-dyke:

Dogs man … just, dogs

THERE IS A DOG FEEDING A BABY LAMB
You all need to have this on your dash :D

*-* I love dogs

The fuckin second one slays me
xweetabixwarriorx:

bady11:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

freaky-deaky-dyke:

Dogs man … just, dogs

THERE IS A DOG FEEDING A BABY LAMB
You all need to have this on your dash :D

*-* I love dogs

The fuckin second one slays me
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jaredchapman:

Ape Face on Flickr.
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thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
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thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Ivorin Vrkaš   |   http://ivorin.me
"Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s project "Things I Have Learned" and the many professional and personal experiences and turmoil in the first year since my graduation from the Zagreb School of Design I created a series of minimalist typographic posters illustrating the simple maxims and thoughts I had come to realise.
 My first personal exhibition, featuring the posters, was opened on the 24th of January at the Boonika Gallery in Zagreb. The following are the posters, the exhibition visuals and images from the making-of.”
Designer and visual artist based in Zagreb, Croatia. He is also one of the founders of Rational International, a creative communications collective.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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The Whimsy Of British Fashion Icon Paul Smith
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Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
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Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:


Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre is an established artist with a long rap sheet — having shown and made installations everywhere from The Royal Palace in Brussels to The Louvre Museum in Paris. It’s impossible to pigeonhole him down into one medium, since he’s worked with materials as diverse as bic ballpoint pens and beetle wings. Not to mention, he’s also an author and theater director on top of everything else.

About Jan Fabre
visual artist, theatre maker and author


For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (b. Antwerp, 1958) has occupied a leading international position as a groundbreaking visual artist, theatre maker and author. In the late seventies he took courses at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and Crafts, both in Antwerp. He has become well known to a wide audience with The Hour Blue (1977-1992), a series of deep-blue Bic ballpoint drawings, the Tivoli castle (1990), Heaven of Delight (2002), in which he covered the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including The man who measures the clouds (1998), Searching for Utopia (2003) and Totem (2000-2004), and such recent installations as Chapters I-XVIII (2010) and Pietas (2011).
http://janfabre.be/angelos/en
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/01/from-beetle-wings-to-ballpoint-pens-the-art-of-jan-fabre/
Selected by Andrew
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lauraagudelo272:

Funny pictures of the day (122 pics) Dude I’m Joking, You Are Not Adopted
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euphues:

2:16// *nuzzles*