adreciclarte:

by David Harriman

adreciclarte:

by David Harriman

(via xgrayvision)

abstracthinker:

Common Thread Series
Ten pieces all on 15x11” 140 lb. paper with the color Paynes Grey being the common thread. Voice: Craig Armstrong CD’s.
Original Artwork by: Patricia Oblack
http://patriciaoblack.com  http://www.blurb.com/b/196889-patricia-oblack


Fine Art in Acrylic, Artists on Tumblr, Palette Knife, Texture

abstracthinker:

Common Thread Series

Ten pieces all on 15x11” 140 lb. paper with the color Paynes Grey being the common thread. Voice: Craig Armstrong CD’s.

Original Artwork by: Patricia Oblack

http://patriciaoblack.com  http://www.blurb.com/b/196889-patricia-oblack

Fine Art in Acrylic, Artists on Tumblr, Palette Knife, Texture

"We will love like dogwood.
Kiss like cranes.
Die like moths.
I promise."

- Larissa Shmailo, “Spring Vow”  (via petrichour)

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L.Tuplin - 2014

L.Tuplin - 2014

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afootballreport:

The Oldest Footballer in England

Meet Dickie Borthwick. He’s approaching 79, and still plays football.

Beyond the immediate desire to want to kick around with him, this short film by Alex Knowles & James Callum focuses on a man who has been fortunate enough to share his whole life with the game. They made the film with the intent to dispel the myth that ‘old people are past it’ and instead introduce us to inspirational people with invaluable insight, exceptional passion, a never-ending supply of wonderful stories and a thirst for life that refuses to fade.

Mr. Borthwick notes that "football brings a lot of friends into your life… I’m there with young people all the time, playing football! At my age! What more can I ask for?" Cheers, Dickie, for reminding us to appreciate what we all have at our feet.

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L.Tuplin - 2014

L.Tuplin - 2014

L.Tuplin - 2014

L.Tuplin - 2014

likeafieldmouse:

The First Photograph of a Human Being

"This photograph of Boulevard du Temple in Paris was made in 1838 by Louis Daguerre, the brilliant guy who invented the daguerreotype process of photography.

Aside from its distinction of being a super early photograph, it’s also the first photograph to ever include a human being.

Because the image required an exposure time of over ten minutes, all the people, carriages, and other moving things disappear from the scene. However, in the bottom left hand corner is a man who just so happened to stay somewhat still during the shot — he was having his shoes shined.”

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L.Tuplin - 2014

L.Tuplin - 2014

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mpdrolet:




South Side, Chicago
David Schalliol

mpdrolet:

South Side, Chicago

David Schalliol

L.Tuplin - 2014

L.Tuplin - 2014

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thisbiscuit:

.
believe in the tundra,
the cold concrete effigy,
of what weather can be and where
rain must fall to feel vatted and stolid,
quizzically tipped
into a scribbled dress
of flowing white cotton
left out at night
to talk around chalk and drains

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