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95/239/4 Photographic glass positive, framed, Sydney Observatory, glass / silver gelatin emulsion / brass, photographer unknown, Sydney Australia, 1880-1900 - Powerhouse Museum Collection When Sydney had a dark sky.

95/239/4 Photographic glass positive, framed, Sydney Observatory, glass / silver gelatin emulsion / brass, photographer unknown, Sydney Australia, 1880-1900 - Powerhouse Museum Collection When Sydney had a dark sky.

Corded corset with flossing embroidery by S&S, c. late 1880s, Great Britain From The Underpinnings Museum collection Photography by Tigz Rice

Corded corset with flossing embroidery by S&S, c. late 1880s, Great Britain From The Underpinnings Museum collection Photography by Tigz Rice

Hunterian Museum: The collection of anatomical specimens of pioneering surgeon John Hunter (1728–93) inspired this fascinating, slightly morbid, little-known, yet fantastic London museum. Among the more bizarre items on display are the skeleton of a 2.3m giant, half of mathematician Charles Babbage’s brain and, hilariously, Winston Churchill’s dentures.    Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/london/things-to-do?page=2#ixzz25Rs7Ntlh

Armadillo fetus, Hunterian Museum: The collection of anatomical specimens of pioneering surgeon John Hunter inspired this fascinating, slightly morbid, little-known, yet fantastic London museum. One of my favourite museums!

Children play in slum housing area in Hulme, Manchester, 4 July 1946, White, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

Looks like a Lowry – modern life in the National Photography Collection

Children play in slum housing area in Hulme, Manchester, 4 July White, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

Train yard, Baltimore, Maryland, 1945 photo by A.Aubrey Bodine

photography Black and White vintage History trains Railroad baltimore Train yard Aubrey Bodine Bodine Historic photograph Bodine Collection Baltimore City Life Museum Collection Maryland Historical Society

cotonblanc:        Yohji Yamamoto, gray wool tweed suit, Fall–Winter 1997–1998.Private Collection  Photography: William Palmer    In Praise of Shadows: Symbolism of the Colour BlackFormalism And Revolution: Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto by Patricia Mears  Japan Fashion NowPublished in association with The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

Yohji Yamamoto, gray wool tweed suit, Fall–Winter // Private Collection // Photography: William Palmer // In Praise of Shadows: Symbolism of the Colour Black // Formalism And Revolution: Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto by Patricia Mears

PaperCraft Museum- printables to fold and create anything! (Well, maybe not ANYTHING, but a lot!)

The Seahorse Hazel Bryce spent six years pushing the boundaries of Papier-mâché to create the most complex large scale Papier-mâché sculpture in the

Photograph taken in January 1967 showing a view of the Gateway Arch from the stands at Busch Stadium. The stadium had been open for just one season. Photograph by Henry T. Mizuki. Mac Mizuki Photography Studio Collection, Missouri History Museum. | collections.mohistory.org

January 1967 Gateway Arch from the stands at Busch Stadium. The stadium had been open for just one season.

ROCKFORD ART MUSEUM | COLLECTION | PHOTOGRAPHY | MANUEL CARRILLO

ROCKFORD ART MUSEUM | COLLECTION | PHOTOGRAPHY | MANUEL CARRILLO

Explore the George Eastman Museum's collections online. More than a quarter of a million objects from the photography, technology, and George Eastman Legacy collections are now searchable, and more of the museum's vast holdings will be added on an ongoing basis. Browse the Collection Advanced Search

Explore the George Eastman Museum's collections online. More than a quarter of a million objects from the photography, technology, and George Eastman Legacy collections are now searchable, and more of the museum's vast holdings will be added on an ongoing basis. Browse the Collection Advanced Search

Paloma Wool collaboration with Berta Bernad, shot in a museum space

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This watercolor wedding cake would be perfect for a wedding at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art! Amy Cakes | Sheradee Hurst Photography | Brides of Oklahoma

You guys have to check out this super cool editorial shoot from collective member Sheradee Hurst Photography and event designer Krissi Farrimond. Their vis ~ super-looking cake.

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