Stock Image
Stock Image
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musanjin:

Untitled-17, Kiichi ASANO
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smallspacesblog:

Alyson Fox

Artist & Designer, Apartment & Studio, Austin, Texas
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yopla:

(via irzouts kustom bicyklettes)
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scandinaviancollectors:

Casa Gilardi (Gilardi House) by Luis Barragan, 1976, Tacubaya, Distrito Federal, Mexico. / Pinterest
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bagnostian:

"so take me to the airport and put me on a plane"
near michigan & trumbull. detroit, michigan.
(Fuji X-Pro1)
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imperiovida:

Chez Miquel Alzueta à Barcelone = perfection!!!!
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blueberrymodern:

braided palm leaf pouf
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bradgillette:

at The Standard, Hollywood
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shari-vari:

Børge Mogensen´s home, Gentofte, Copenhagen. 
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urbain:

Ugo La Pietra, Recupero e reinvenzione, Milan, 1975
urbain:

Ugo La Pietra, Recupero e reinvenzione, Milan, 1975
urbain:

Ugo La Pietra, Recupero e reinvenzione, Milan, 1975
urbain:

Ugo La Pietra, Recupero e reinvenzione, Milan, 1975
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smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
smallmugi:

Yume Nikki Fun Fact:
All of the textiles, imagery, and motifs displayed in Yume Nikki are most likely based off of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture, not the Mayan or Aztec ones (So in actuality, it should be called the “Paracas Rave Monkey” not the “Aztec Rave Monkey”). Other notable things about the Paracas is that they mumified the dead and wrapped their bodies in the mantles similar to those above, and that they have a collection of unearthed, artificially elongated skulls that date as far back as 700 BC.
Thank you and have a good day.
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megadeluxe:

by paulhitchens http://ift.tt/1cs2ZbE
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coffeentrees:

#adventuremobile #98765 #campvibes #polerstuff photo by @pokorock by polerstuff