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(via Books on Book Covers | The Casual Optimist)
(via kozyndan bamboo fan | Kozyndan)
Picasso thought so much of his notebooks that he wrapped some of them with pieces of colorful fabric. Others he painted with stars, zig zags, stripes, and dots. (via The Pocket Notebooks of 20 Famous Men | The Art of Manliness - Part 2)
(via Meadow Land on Behance)
Dante’s Inferno, cut apart line by line and assembled in readable order with clear tape onto a series of nine plexi circles approximately 20 inches in diameter and mounted onto a floor-to-ceiling height clear plexi road going through the centers of the discs. (via inferno)
(via Servetten stempelen - 101 Woonideeën)
(via Acid Age)
(via Kodomo no kuni - Gallery)
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pacienciarte:Encuadernación artesanal con cosido visto. /Puedes seguirme en Facebook o ver más de mi trabajo en mi web./ http://es.dawanda.com/shop/pacienciarte

(via 271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book | Colossal)
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umla:cutting edge by wild goose chase on Flickr.
umla:(via Pin by Kathe Fraga on special things I like | Pinterest)
Chapter 8: Lines: Untitled, November 14, 1985
‘Was there ever a more cunning experiment devised to make the unconscious reveal itself? Has any psychological experiment yielded a more delightful suggestion than this one: that there is a part of the mind without ambition or information, which nonetheless is expert on what is beautiful?’ (via Kurt Vonnegut: the drawings of science fiction’s master artist – in pictures | Books | theguardian.com)
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