Classical Records
Emily tolan/filmmaker

What's your secret?
Classical Records
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darylalexsy:

Animation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Coonley Playhouse stained glass
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bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
bobbycaputo:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park
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Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)

Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)
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weandthecolor:

Photographer Jonathan Waiter
Check out this series of black and white images by Jonathan Waiter, a photographer and film director based in New York.
You can find more of his images here.
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tmagazine:

"Cactus No. 75" from Kwang-Ho Lee. From "Strange Plants," a new book that explores the relationship between artists and plants. http://nyti.ms/1kAsCYN
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Sophie Turner photographed by Jason Hetherington for Nylon Singapore, July 2014
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wesleywalesandersons:

"I want to feel my life while I’m in it."
Happy Birthday Queen Meryl.
wesleywalesandersons:

"I want to feel my life while I’m in it."
Happy Birthday Queen Meryl.
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bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
bobbycaputo:

Mark Weinberg
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weandthecolor:

Beige – Hygiene Products
Josep Puy is a Barcelona, Spain based graphic designer was hired to develop the brand identity for Beige, a company dedicated to personal hygiene products and body care.
Check out more information here.
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weandthecolor:

Beige – Hygiene Products
Josep Puy is a Barcelona, Spain based graphic designer was hired to develop the brand identity for Beige, a company dedicated to personal hygiene products and body care.
Check out more information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
weandthecolor:

Beige – Hygiene Products
Josep Puy is a Barcelona, Spain based graphic designer was hired to develop the brand identity for Beige, a company dedicated to personal hygiene products and body care.
Check out more information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
weandthecolor:

Beige – Hygiene Products
Josep Puy is a Barcelona, Spain based graphic designer was hired to develop the brand identity for Beige, a company dedicated to personal hygiene products and body care.
Check out more information here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
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wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…
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redvipers:

Remember us better than we are.
redvipers:

Remember us better than we are.
redvipers:

Remember us better than we are.
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bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
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bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
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bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
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bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
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bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
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bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

‘Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography’ at the Museum of Arts and Design
After discovering a photograph of her great-grandmother in a family locket, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design was inspired to curate an exhibit examining the mysterious yet manifest threads that bind photography and jewelry. Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography explores the history of photography as it relates to jewelry-making while showcasing the innovations made by more than 80 artists in the field, including Gijs Bakker, Andy Warhol, Wafaa Bilal, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Kiff Slemmons, Noa Zilberman, Gabriela Sanchez, and Bernhard Schobinger.

Multiple Exposures traces the use of photography in jewelry back to the 1840s, when images were set in ornaments to preserve events and persons sentimental to the wearer. At this time, photography and jewelry became greatly important to an emerging middle class, who saw both art forms as a means of asserting and defining itself within a changing social landscape. Dadaist and Surrealist jewelry of the early 19th century sought to merge the assumed objectivity of the photograph with the personal, subjective nature of ornamentations.
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bobbycaputo:

The Rock of Gibraltar Levanter Cloud
Seen here is a levant cloud forming against the eastern cliffs of the Rock of Gibraltar. The levant is an easterly wind that blows in the western Mediterranean Sea and southern France, an example of mountain-gap wind. In the western Mediterranean, particularly when the wind blows through the Strait of Gibraltar, it is called the Viento de Levante or the Levanter. [source]
The Rock of Gibraltar is a monolithic limestone promontory located in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, off the southwestern tip of Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. It is 426 m (1,398 ft) high and borders Spain. Most of the Rock’s upper area is covered by a nature reserve, which is home to around 250 Barbary macaques. These macaques, as well as a labyrinthine network of tunnels, attract a large number of tourists each year. [source]
The Gibraltar levanter cloud requires a particular set of conditions for its formation. Wikipedia explains:

Near the surface, the levanter is moist, but is unsaturated. As the moist air, which must be capped to be stable and so unable to rise by convection, is forced to rise over the Rock, the moisture condenses to form a cloud which streams away west from its top. If wind speeds are too low and stability high in the near-surface layer, the cloud does not form and condensation is also sensitive to small changes in moisture content, such that when the wind across the Rock veers into the southeast, the flow becomes too dry for the cloud to form, bringing drier air from North Africa. When the wind speed is too low, the air is blocked and unable to rise to form the cloud. At high wind speeds, the turbulent mixing to the lee of the Rock distributes the moisture through a comparatively deep layer and the cloud is, at best, very broken. Often it dissolves immediately west of the Rock in these turbulent windy conditions.In suitable conditions, the characteristic “pennant” cloud forms downwind. It usually extends about 5 km west from the top of the Rock in a turbulent plume. (Similar clouds may sometimes be seen elsewhere – notably the pennant cloud that forms on the Matterhorn in Switzerland.) This cloud hangs over the centre of the city of Gibraltar, while there is usually sunny weather in to the north and south from the southern outskirts of the city.

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room42:

"i think the devil was on the farm"
room42:

"i think the devil was on the farm"
room42:

"i think the devil was on the farm"
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fashion-runways:

RAMI KADI Un Souffle d’Orient Collection
fashion-runways:

RAMI KADI Un Souffle d’Orient Collection
fashion-runways:

RAMI KADI Un Souffle d’Orient Collection
fashion-runways:

RAMI KADI Un Souffle d’Orient Collection