photographed by Elodie Chapuis for Odalisque magazine ‘Springs Tale’

photographed by Elodie Chapuis for Odalisque magazine ‘Springs Tale’

Tuesday Apr 15 11:48pm

backstage @ Michael lo Sordo, ss14/15

backstage @ Michael lo Sordo, ss14/15

Tuesday Apr 15 11:39pm
Sunday Apr 13 10:15pm
british-vogue:

Lindsey Wixson photographed by Tim Walker for the April 2011 issue.
Vogue Archive: Tim Walker

british-vogue:

Lindsey Wixson photographed by Tim Walker for the April 2011 issue.

Vogue Archive: Tim Walker

Sunday Apr 13 10:12pm
mpdrolet:

The Oracle, 1949
John Gutmann

mpdrolet:

The Oracle, 1949

Friday Apr 11 10:59pm

Cici Xiang in Antidote S/S 2014: The Romance Issue by  Cuneyt Akeroglu

Cici Xiang in Antidote S/S 2014: The Romance Issue by  Cuneyt Akeroglu

Wednesday Apr 9 07:02pm
tonystone:

monster. 2012.

tonystone:

monster. 2012.

Sunday Apr 6 10:24pm
Sunday Apr 6 09:49pm
tutuandtea:

B+W Blog ~ The beauty of black & white

tutuandtea:

B+W Blog ~ The beauty of black & white

Sunday Apr 6 09:44pm
mpdrolet:

From Treadwell
Andrea Modica

mpdrolet:

From Treadwell

Andrea Modica

Sunday Apr 6 09:43pm
mesjid:

IMG_9105 (by suenclover)

mesjid:

IMG_9105 (by suenclover)

Sunday Apr 6 09:39pm
kate-jam-and-diamonds:

by Ellen von Unwerth 1996

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

by Ellen von Unwerth 1996

Sunday Apr 6 09:37pm

arquitecturavisual:

Sverre Fehn - Nordic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Venice, Italy. 1962

The nordic pavilion on the Biennale campus in Venice resulted from a competition in 1958 and was official opened in 1962. The roof consists of concrete beams one metre high in two direction: each beam is 6 cm thick and together they form a 2-metre high brise soleil. Transparent roof elements are suspended between the uppermost beams. These plastic units impart an oriental, venetian tone to the strict articulation. To preserve the intensity of the light, the entire building was casted in a mixture of white cement, white sand and crushed marble. It is a nordic shadeless light.

The three plane trees inside the 446-squaremetre unsupported space are almost the only vertical elements. The trees intensify, as do the large walls of glass, the impression of being both inside and outside at the same time. In both realms, nature and culture face each other. At a certain distance the beams seem both to collide with and evade the trees. Outside, to the left of the entrance, Fehn has kept the big old plane tree where the enormous main beam divides into a Y. It is the strongest gesture imaginable. The old trees 2 rise out of the earth, stretching through the roof, up into the sky. Upon the earth and under the sky we humans dwell—who Heidegger calls “the mortal ones.” Heidegger often quotes Hölderlin’s words that man “dwells poetically upon the earth.”

Sunday Apr 6 09:35pm



Olivier Theyskens photographed by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris October 2007

Olivier Theyskens photographed by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris October 2007

Sunday Apr 6 09:32pm
Sunday Apr 6 01:47pm
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