(Source: atumour)

nataliekaythatcher:

Charles-Albert Reichen, Erik Nitsche. A History of Physics. The New Illustrated Library of Science and Invention, Vol. 8. Hawthorn Books, NY. First Edition, 1963. A remarkable piece of book design by the renowned modernist designer Erik Nitsche. The book is profusely illustrated throughout illuminating the story of physics with historical etchings and 60’s saturated colour plates.

nataliekaythatcher:

Charles-Albert Reichen, Erik Nitsche. A History of Physics. The New Illustrated Library of Science and Invention, Vol. 8. Hawthorn Books, NY. First Edition, 1963. A remarkable piece of book design by the renowned modernist designer Erik Nitsche. The book is profusely illustrated throughout illuminating the story of physics with historical etchings and 60’s saturated colour plates.

(Source: somnium-books, via 50watts)

kickstarter:

Legendary animator Bill Plympton has done everything — from the Oscar nominated film Your Face, to the video for Kanye West’s “Heard Em Say.” Bill’s latest project is Cheatin’, his seventh feature-length animated film, and we couldn’t be more excited about screening Cheatin’ at the Kickstarter Film Fest!

RSVP here and see it with your own eyes!

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workman:

carnetimaginaire:
Lucian Freud, Girl with kitten, 1947

I still want a print of this for my house

workman:

carnetimaginaire:

Lucian Freud, Girl with kitten, 1947

I still want a print of this for my house

(via cavetocanvas)

goadthings:

Ernst Haeckel

 

(via infinity-imagined)

artmastered:

Roy Lichtenstein, Temple of Apollo, 1964

artmastered:

Roy Lichtenstein, Temple of Apollo, 1964

(via gianthexagon)

Dan Hays - Colorado Snow Effect (2008) - Oil on canvas

(Source: likeafieldmouse, via datamoshing)

nuclearharvest:

Three Studies for a Crucifixion by Francis Bacon 1992

(via nuclearharvest)

gameandgraphics:

Famicom “pulse line” cartridge design (1983-1984).

"In the early days of the Family Computer, Nintendo Co., Ltd. released games with the same label design. Up to that point, Nintendo seemed to think that the best marketing strategy for their games was to keep the labels consistent in design; later on they began producing more creative label designs that varied for each game and often featured characters or scenes from the game." Read more about this at Famicom World.

Pictures by Bryan Ochalla.

(Source: chromeandlightning, via vhs-80)

britishfilminstitute:

Tilda Swinton in Derek Jarman’s The Last of England

Discover Derek at BFI Southbank

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.

(Source: magictransistor, via chnko)