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blastedheath:

Sven Svendsen (Norwegian/American, 1864-1934), Tree Trunks in Snow. Oil on Canvas, 32 x 24 in.

blastedheath:

Sven Svendsen (Norwegian/American, 1864-1934), Tree Trunks in Snow. Oil on Canvas, 32 x 24 in.

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typeverything:

Typeverything.com - All herbs by Simon Walker. @super_furry

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - All herbs by Simon Walker. @super_furry

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natgeofound:

A young Kenyan woman holds her pet deer in Mombassa, March 1909.Photograph by Underwood and Underwood

natgeofound:

A young Kenyan woman holds her pet deer in Mombassa, March 1909.Photograph by Underwood and Underwood

freshfarmhouse:

Fresh Farmhouse

millstreetvintage on etsy

freshfarmhouse:

Fresh Farmhouse

millstreetvintage on etsy

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eviglaro:

Simple awesome

eviglaro:

Simple awesome

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the-king-himself:

Tom Hiddleston photomanipulation over George Dawe’s Portrait of Pyotr F. Zheltukhin
Inspired by replaceface. I didn’t find Hiddleston there, so I made it myself. I really hope you like it ^^

the-king-himself:

Tom Hiddleston photomanipulation over George Dawe’s Portrait of Pyotr F. Zheltukhin

Inspired by replaceface. I didn’t find Hiddleston there, so I made it myself. I really hope you like it ^^

supersonicart:

Dan Quintana.

Dan Quintana’s mysterious etudes on realms beyond what we only see with our eyes:

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supersonicart:

Greg Klassen.

To make his furniture, artist Greg Klassen collects trees (in a sustainable way, I might mention) from the river bed of the Nooksack River which flows near his home in Lynden, Washington and then transforms them into gorgeous works of art; cutting, carving and sanding them all by hand.  You can see more of the gorgeous work below!

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astudyinmovement:

cressus:

     No one before Bernini had managed to make marble so carnal. In his nimble hands it would flatter and stream, quiver and sweat. His figures weep and shout, their torses twist and run, and arch themselves in spasms of intense sensation. He could, like an alchemist, change one material into another - marble into trees, leaves, hair, and, of course, flesh.  
     -   Simon Schama’s Power of Art. Bernini

I loved seeing his work while I was in Italy.