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A tumbl of inspirations that usually encompass illustration and art specifically focusing on the macabre, beautiful, ironic and awe inspiring.

Artist & Illustrator:
Harry Flind 

"My interpretation of Baphomet, incarnation of duality.Modelling did by my firend Monika Lejman, thank you for your patience. Check out her work: www.facebook.com/MonaLeymann?f…Background inspirated by Bibire work: bibire.deviantart.com/


Artist & Illustrator:

Harry Flind 


"My interpretation of Baphomet, incarnation of duality.
Modelling did by my firend Monika Lejman, thank you for your patience. Check out her work: www.facebook.com/MonaLeymann?f…
Background inspirated by Bibire work: bibire.deviantart.com/

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One of the things that is really notable about Moscow and yet not many people outside Russia know about, is how gorgeous the Moscow metro is.

These photos? That’s what the metro stations look like.


They’re called the “People’s palaces of Moscow” or else “Underground palaces,” and they were built during the Soviet era on the Communist idea that art and beauty should belong to the people rather than only being available in the houses of nobles.

These photos show just some of the metro’s attractions. There are many more mosaics, statues, etc, placed throughout.

And the metro is always this clean.

In addition to being beautiful, it is incredibly functional. It gets you pretty much everywhere in Moscow, and the trains run at intervals of every three minutes or less. At peak times, they run every 90 seconds. You never have to worry about missing a train, because the next one will come almost immediately.

Not always of course. In the late evening or early morning hours, you may have to wait as long as five whole minutes for a train. They’re also super easy to navigate.

We Russians are pretty proud of our metro system.

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Studio Markunpoika turns hundreds of pencils into vases

Amalgamated, 2014

Pencils are utilized when giving form to our thoughts, illustrating our wishes and ideas. They are inseparably fused with craft and arts, representing diverse relationships between artist and their creations. Pencils are extensions of our minds which enable us to transmit information through different mediums and time, collecting knowledge and creating it.

“Amalgamated” is a collection which explores the relationship of a mass produced ‘tool’ and its individual purpose. The beauty of the pencil as an object seems to go unnoticed if utilised only for their primary purpose. “Amalgamated” is a visual and tactile investigation by using pencils as a raw material. This holistic principle has been the fundament for creating this set of vases; let the pencils become a thing themselves.

The vases are created by individually gluing one facet of a pencil to another, taking benefit of their hexagonal shape forming a network of pencils. The block of pencils is machined with a lathe and turned into the final shape. The flow of each shape unveils a different pattern of the inner structure revealing the beauty of the pencil.

The vases are a limited edition and come in three different shapes: 30 cm and 45 cm tall with different color options.

30 cm edition of 30
45 cm edition of 18

Available exclusively through Gallery FUMI.

/limited edition

In collaboration with Gallery FUMI and Faber-Castell.

See how they’re made

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Belgium’s  Flower Carpet Festival 

The Flower Carpet Festival is a popular event that takes place in Grand-Place Brussels every other year. Since 1971 over 600,000 Begonias flowers are arranged in an intense pattern filling the city square with a powerful and graphic carpet made entirely out of flowers. Taking months of planning to produce (with only 48 hours of install time) the event brings together landscape architects, technicians and hundreds of voluntary participants weave the flowers in place for the five day event!

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Trevor Leat: A Swirling Willow Figure RisesA Swirling Willow Figure Rises from the Grounds of Shambellie House in Scotland.

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"White Wings" 30x16 in. oil on linen mounted on panel. 2014 Sergio Lopez Fine Art. Model: FloofieComing September to Robert Lange Studios for the “Vanishing Boundaries” show with Mia Bergeron.


"White Wings" 30x16 in. oil on linen mounted on panel. 2014 Sergio Lopez Fine Art. Model: Floofie
Coming September to Robert Lange Studios for the “Vanishing Boundaries” show with Mia Bergeron.

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Olafur Eliasson: Your Lost Outside, 2014 

Set of 24 crystal partially mirrored spheres, paint (black), stainless steel

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, 2014
Photo: Jean Vong

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Albert Aublet  (French, 1851-1938)

'Selene' (1880)

Nu avec un voile’(1883)

Albert Louis Aublet was born in 18 January 1851 in Paris. He studied under Claudius Jacquand and Jean-Léon Gérôme, he exhibited at the Salon in 1873 with success, including getting an honorable mention in 1879 and a medal of three e class 1880. International recognition is equally striking: he won several awards in international events, including a gold medal at the Universal Exhibitions of 1889. It is decorated with the Legion of Honour in 1890.

From his first voyage in 1881, the discovery of the East has a strong influence on his artistic inspiration. His visit to Istanbul gave a Orientalist direction in his paintings. The “Turkish baths Woman” was a great success and contributed to its reputation. He was president of the Society of Artists of Tunis. He died 1938 in Paris, the exaxct date seems to be unknown.

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Vintage Medieval Weddings Dresses

I love these so much


These are my weakness oh my god

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