visual-poetry:

»the future is stupid« by jenny holzer (+)

lizclimo:

ooo, he’s good 

explore-blog:

"To Study Philosophy Is To Learn to Die," one of Salvador Dalí’s little-known and sublime 1947 illustrations for the essays of Montaigne.

foreignaffairsmagazine:

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti 
The chaos of Cairo through street art.  foreignaffairsmagazine:

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti 
The chaos of Cairo through street art. 

foreignaffairsmagazine:

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti 


The chaos of Cairo through street art. 

odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best. odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish
Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film. 
The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best.

odditiesoflife:

The Secret Lives of Fish

Paris-born artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard uses fish for her art. Not a common medium for most artists, but that’s what makes her work so incredibly fascinating. The details in each scene are meticulously placed and the positioning of her “subjects” is perfect. Each piece is so unique with its content that it brings to mind particular scenes from movies and film.

The artist works in Berlin, Germany and takes up to three months to complete each piece. Every diorama she makes is perfectly placed and detailed, with set decorations, clothing, shoes, and tiny utensils.  After she is done photographing the fish scenes, she cooks and eats them. Recycling at its best.

(Fuente: amusingplanet.com)

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(Fuente: porntodie)