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Collective fragments that make Oliver today
  • lovesouthkorea:

    street in Incheon by blagov58

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  • saatchiart:

    Each week at Saatchi Art, we visit the studio of one of our artists. We check out their studio, take a peek inside their sketchbooks and, best of all, learn more about what inspires them. Go inside the studio of John A. Sargent III.

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  • torontodesign:

    vanishing point

    (Source: i-amthemaniac)

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  • "Nothing that has happened to you is a surprise to God. God will still get you to where you are supposed to be."
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  • bakerie:

    Spanish studio Nook Architects stripped out false ceilings and dividing walls to transform two next-door apartments in Barcelona’s gothic quarter into a pair of bright and spacious homes

    (Source: dezeen.com, via chrisungeun)

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  • (Source: writersmuse, via chrisungeun)

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  • instagram:

    Overcoming Shyness with Margot Breby

    To see more of Margot’s whimsical photos and videos, follow @margotbreby on Instagram.

    For Paris Instagrammer Margot Breby (@margotbreby), her style was always a way out of her shell. “I am very shy, and fashion is a good way to express myself,” she says. “Growing up, I wanted to become a stylist and I drew outfits I dreamed of wearing.”

    Margot’s serene, light-soaked Instagram photos have also helped with her shyness. “It brought wonderful people into my life,” she says. “People who became true friends. I never imagined that when I began a year ago.”

    Margot’s inspiration comes from eclectic sources, many of whom share her whimsical outlook. “I really love Sofia Coppola’s and Wes Anderson’s movies and Tim Walker’s photography,” she says. “I am also very inspired by other Instagrammers.”

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  • betype:

    The Brooklyn Bridge in Letterpress Type by Cameron Moll.

    I came to late here, but is still worth to see it. Cameron Moll is a designer worked in Illustrator to draw a complete photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge made only with Typography. To make this beautiful work a reallity printed Cameron Molls made a kickstarter campaign to reach $10k to pay the cost of letterpress print. The campaign was very successful and he got $64k. Pretty impressive. 

    (via goodtypography)

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  • design-is-fine:

    Benedictus Relais, 1930. From a portfolio of Art Déco prints, Paris. NYPL

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  • design-is-fine:

    Roger Broders, poster artwork Monte Carlo, 1930. 

    The Monte-Carlo Country Club, with twenty-one tennis courts overlooking the Mediterranean, opened in 1928 with a momentous inauguration attended by members of European royal families. Via Swann Galleries.

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  • abstractnumbers:

    Saul Leiter

    Absolutely incredible photographer.

    mx

    (Source: likeafieldmouse, via chrisungeun)

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  • dustjacketattic:

    jose villa photo

    (Source: elleeste-belle, via chrisungeun)

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