Paula Scher - 1995 - Part of 'Bring in Da Noise Bring in Da Funk' Series

undgxsemana: Bring In Da Noise - Paula Scher for The Public Theater. Tagged: paula scher The Public Theater bring in 'da noise type typography unDGxsemana graphic design diseño gráfico

Disassembled Russian Vostok watch from the 90s. Number of parts: 130 - Todd McLellan

Things Come Apart by Todd McLellan - in pictures

Credit: Todd McLellan/Thames & Hudson Disassembled Russian Vostok watch from the Number of parts: 130

John Singer Sargent - probably on of my most favorite of his watercolors

Corfu: Lights and Shadows, John Singer Sargent, Watercolor Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The Hayden Collection—Charles Henry Hayden Fund Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Things Come Apart, 50 Disassembled Objects in 21,959 Individual Parts by Todd McLellan objects books

Things Come Apart, 50 Disassembled Objects in Individual Parts by Todd McLellan objects books. I like this idea by taking apart an object then placing it in order.

Merode Altarpice, Robert Campin, Flemish (c.1378 -1444) - (detail) / Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

Merode Altarpice, Robert Campin, Flemish - (detail) / Metropolitan Museum of Art NY. Lovely close-ups!

"Disassembled" by Todd Mclellan

AXIOM: Audiovisual Installation by Kit Webster

New Jersey-based artist Angela Gram captures and deconstructs the beauty of wild animals in this surreal series of paintings. More art on the grid via Hi-Fructo

"Forefront" Alan Fletcher cover  ~ year one student project 2013 @ UCLan, Preston… (by uncredited design student)

"Forefront" Alan Fletcher cover ~ year one student project 2013 @ UCLan, Preston… (by uncredited design student)

Trunk of an Old Yew Tree - Vincent van Gogh

Trunk of an Old Yew Tree - Vincent van Gogh

Aboriginal Art C1-Australian Aboriginal Arts, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, minnie pwerle, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri,

Aboriginal Art C1-Australian Aboriginal Arts, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, minnie pwerle, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri,

Ice

Wonderful images of the Siberian Lake Baikal by photographer Matthieu Paley.Paley’s work was featured in Serko, a book (and film) telling the true story of equestrian Dmitri Peshkov and his horse, Serko.

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