ISABEL ABBOTT

El olor de la grama recién cortada. 🌾 (à Plaza de la Bandera)

Turning 104 today. 🎉 Hard to Believe. #meca #mecas104 #family

1000971:

ahh so crisp and nice- however a lot of ironing involved to maintain this I reckon!

continentcreative:

Whoopy Beatriz Laurenco by Amanda Berens

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Rami Kadi, Haute Couture F/W 2013-14

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everyartisthasabday:

Marina Abramović and Ulay sat as one, sharing a braid, for 16 hours. Only for the final hour did they allow an audience.

Even while staying still, how much did they change over time?

(Relation in Time, 1977)

naimabarcelona:

Flores

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asylum-art:

Anatomical Quilling: Paper Cross Sections of the Body by Lisa Nilsson

Artistic renderings of the internal body, from anatomy books to fine art, are often poorly communicated versions of real-life. These paper creations by Lisa Nilsson, however, create the perfect balance of aesthetically pleasing detail and scientific accuracy… even though they’re completely made with strips of paper. Created using the paper-crafting technique of quilling, originally used by Renaissance monks and nuns to make artistic use of the worn out gilded edges of Bibles, Nilsson has curled and twirled some remarkably detailed and tiny pieces. Why does paper make these pieces so enjoyably perfect?

“I find quilling exquisitely satisfying for rendering the densely squished and lovely internal landscape of the human body in cross section.”

“Densely squished” is a very accurate term, as her pieces are often only a few inches across. The close-up images shown here do a good job showing the impressive level of attention she pays to each internal shape, appearing much larger than the real-life pieces. Viewed from a distance, the pieces loose their strictly paper based form and look nearly photographed or drawn. You can see more of Nilsson’s creations, including paintings with just as much attention to detail, at lisanilssonart.com.

 

(Source: mexicanist)

naimabarcelona:

Details

A girl is nothing without her friends.

naimabarcelona:

Karolina Kurkova, 7 días 7 looks

Seeing someone reading a book you love is seeing a book recommending a person.

Unknown (via girlinlondon)

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