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A Turkish woman of Damascus, in outdoor dress.  Late-Ottoman era, end of 19th century.

A Turkish woman of Damascus, in outdoor dress. Late-Ottoman era, end of 19th century.

Bruce Sterling: "From Beyond the Coming Age of Networked Matter," a short story - Boing Boing / Sacred Geometry <3

Bruce Sterling: "From Beyond the Coming Age of Networked Matter," a short story - Boing Boing / Sacred Geometry <3

One of the wonderful things about digital photography is the creativity that you can engage in once you’ve got your image on your computer and in Photoshop. All kinds of effects can be achieved to make your shots look any number of ways. But what about in-camera techniques for more creative and artistic shots? Here …

One of the wonderful things about digital photography is the creativity that you can engage in once you’ve got your image on your computer and in Photoshop. All kinds of effects can be achieved to make your shots look any number of ways. But what about in-camera techniques for more creative and artistic shots? Here …

One of the most influential figures in post-war British graphic design, Alan Fletcher had a brief stint in Milan where he worked for Pirelli and created this witty, playful ad titled: “piu chilometri” or “more kilometers” - one of the many benefits of owning Pirelli tires.

One of the most influential figures in post-war British graphic design, Alan Fletcher had a brief stint in Milan where he worked for Pirelli and created this witty, playful ad titled: “piu chilometri” or “more kilometers” - one of the many benefits of owning Pirelli tires.

Klaus Nomi, Studio, New York February, 1980   Silver Gelatin Print Signed, titled, dated, and numbered on verso   Photograph by Michael Halsband

Klaus Nomi, Studio, New York February, 1980 Silver Gelatin Print Signed, titled, dated, and numbered on verso Photograph by Michael Halsband

Poiret stated: "I am an artist, not a dressmaker." Sketch, 1913. He titled his garments instead of numbering them, like most couturiers did at the time. Poiret moved away from the corseted body, and explored unusual, unrelated elements in his designs.  Here we see the lampshade dress.

Poiret stated: "I am an artist, not a dressmaker." Sketch, 1913. He titled his garments instead of numbering them, like most couturiers did at the time. Poiret moved away from the corseted body, and explored unusual, unrelated elements in his designs. Here we see the lampshade dress.

Monet was the creator of this painting titled "Waterlillies". As a teen, this painting visited my hometown and I was privileged to see it.

Monet was the creator of this painting titled "Waterlillies". As a teen, this painting visited my hometown and I was privileged to see it.