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Dear all :heart:

I want to point you to a project initiated by :devJakezDaniel: and supported by :devnature-abstracted:
Please read here an excerpt from Stéphanes journal. The original journal you find here: Ebola

"You have been a lot to answer to my journal, I thank you very much. Many of you have shared this journal, it has gone to facebook too… I hope you will keep on on spreading the word. We need a lot of artists and works on this. We will ask a group of you to help us on the selection of the images: photographs, paintings, drawings, collages, digital works… maybe some short poems in english.

We now have a group to help us w

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design-is-fine:

Bookbinding of New Testament, 1740. Black velvet binding over wooden boards with gilded brass bands. Zürich, Switzerland. Via Ketterer Kunst

design-is-fine:

Bookbinding of New Testament, 1740. Black velvet binding over wooden boards with gilded brass bands. Zürich, Switzerland. Via Ketterer Kunst

regardintemporel:

Frans Masereel - Gravure sur bois illustrant un poème d’Emile  Verhaeren

regardintemporel:

Frans Masereel - Gravure sur bois illustrant un poème d’Emile  Verhaeren

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philamuseum:

Throwback Thursday A look back at artist Carlos Amorales’s 2008 exhibition at the Museum, “Four Animations, Five Drawings, and a Plague.” It featured this stunning installation, “Black Cloud,” made of thousands of black paper moths. Amorales returns to the Museum on Tuesday, October 21, for the US premiere of his film “The Man Who Did All Things Forbidden,” followed by an artist Q&A and reception. Reserve your free ticket here."Black Cloud," 2007, by Carlos Amorales (Collection of Diane and Bruce Halle)

philamuseum:

Throwback Thursday

A look back at artist Carlos Amorales’s 2008 exhibition at the Museum, “Four Animations, Five Drawings, and a Plague.” It featured this stunning installation, “Black Cloud,” made of thousands of black paper moths. Amorales returns to the Museum on Tuesday, October 21, for the US premiere of his film “The Man Who Did All Things Forbidden,” followed by an artist Q&A and reception. Reserve your free ticket here.

"Black Cloud," 2007, by Carlos Amorales (Collection of Diane and Bruce Halle)

thegetty:

smithsonianlibraries:

Skeleton band war!
Illustration found in Die Totentänze (Stammler,1922)

Skeleton wins

thegetty:

smithsonianlibraries:

Skeleton band war!

Illustration found in Die Totentänze (Stammler,1922)

Skeleton wins

regardintemporel:

František Vobecký - Journée Mélancolique, 1936
Also

regardintemporel:

František Vobecký - Journée Mélancolique, 1936

Also

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(via Ceramics by Frances Lambe.)
(via Ceramics by Frances Lambe.)
(via Ceramics by Frances Lambe.)
(via Ceramics by Camille Campignion.)