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  2. sonjabarbaric:

Klaus Leidorf
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  6. losangelesallday:

    if you missed tonights sunset..

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    losangelesallday:

if you missed tonights sunset..
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  8. monsieurlabette:

    Radu Belcin (Romanian, b. 1978), Travellers, 2013. Oil on linen, 165 x 135 cm.

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    monsieurlabette:

Radu Belcin (Romanian, b. 1978), Travellers, 2013. Oil on linen, 165 x 135 cm.
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  10. hipsterdinosaurs:

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  12. huckberryco:

    Shiva, Garhwal Himalaya (photo: Mick Fowler)

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    huckberryco:

Shiva, Garhwal Himalaya (photo: Mick Fowler)
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  14. mascular:

    Gus - 21 | April 2013 - My friend and amazing model Gus has been a joy to shoot since the first time I met him, and the shoots get better and better every time.

    MascularStudio.Com

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Gus - 21 | April 2013 - My friend and amazing model Gus has been a joy to shoot since the first time I met him, and the shoots get better and better every time.
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  16. cinemascreen:

    Godzilla, in theatres May 16th.

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  18. aubreylstallard:

Jacques Tati ad nauseum
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  20. neladdams:

    TRYBUNA ROBOTNIKZA

    neladdams:

TRYBUNA ROBOTNIKZA
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  22. neladdams:

    TRYBUNA ROBOTNIKZA

    neladdams:

TRYBUNA ROBOTNIKZA
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  24. atlasobscura:

    Relics of the Worlds Fairs: Brussels

    After visiting ParisChicagoBarcelonaNew York CityMontrealSt. LouisMelbourne, andSeattle, Atlas Obscura’s next stop in our tour of World’s Fair relics is Brussels, host to four World’s Fairs.  As with most other cities, only a handful of relics survive — but one of them still turns heads today.

    Brussels’ first fair in 1897 — the Brussels International, or Exposition Internationale de Bruxelles — left a definite impact on art history, as the fair planners used an Art Nouveau style for all the fair’s architecture and advertising, helping to promote the then-new art movement. The one building from 1897 still standing is the intriguingly-named Temple of Human Passions. The Temple is actually a pavilion meant to show off  ”Human Passions,” a huge marble relief mural depicting various human obsessions, with unsavory acts such as war and rape among more startling pursuits.

    Human Passions - Brussels Belgium - Worlds Fair Relics

    For more relics from Brussels’ Worlds Fairs, keep reading on Atlas Obscura…

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