Mother Brother Studios
"Consciousness is the death of art." ~ David Foster Wallace
Mother Brother Studios
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andrewmbond:

Dissecting the Inner Circle
2003
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loieloie:

evening, dieppe, charles ginner, 1911
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alongtimealone:

Paul Cézanne (French, Post-Impressionism, 1839–1906): Mont Sainte-Victoire, c. 1902. Oil on canvas, 33 x 25-5/8 inches (83.8 x 65 cm). Private Collection.
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roundhousedolphin:

Tauno Ostra. 2014


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roundhousedolphin:

Tauno Ostra. 2014


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fastcompany:

America’s Oddly Beautiful Suburban Sprawl, Photographed From The Sky
In a new book, photographer Christoph Gielen shows us haunting images of our endlessly repetitive development.
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fastcompany:

America’s Oddly Beautiful Suburban Sprawl, Photographed From The Sky
In a new book, photographer Christoph Gielen shows us haunting images of our endlessly repetitive development.
Slideshow>
fastcompany:

America’s Oddly Beautiful Suburban Sprawl, Photographed From The Sky
In a new book, photographer Christoph Gielen shows us haunting images of our endlessly repetitive development.
Slideshow>
fastcompany:

America’s Oddly Beautiful Suburban Sprawl, Photographed From The Sky
In a new book, photographer Christoph Gielen shows us haunting images of our endlessly repetitive development.
Slideshow>
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fer1972:

Two women, one texture, three colours by  Alberto Seveso
fer1972:

Two women, one texture, three colours by  Alberto Seveso
fer1972:

Two women, one texture, three colours by  Alberto Seveso
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goodloebyron:

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… Ink and coffee!!
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erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person who is about to eat the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person who is about to eat the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person who is about to eat the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person who is about to eat the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
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bofransson:

The Seine near Giverny Claude Monet - 1885
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peter mclaren
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Aly Helyer
1. The Bird Catcher. 2011
2. Hot Lady. 2010
3. The Diligent Mother. 2010
4. Wife. 2009
Oil on linen.
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Aly Helyer
1. The Bird Catcher. 2011
2. Hot Lady. 2010
3. The Diligent Mother. 2010
4. Wife. 2009
Oil on linen.
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Aly Helyer
1. The Bird Catcher. 2011
2. Hot Lady. 2010
3. The Diligent Mother. 2010
4. Wife. 2009
Oil on linen.
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Aly Helyer
1. The Bird Catcher. 2011
2. Hot Lady. 2010
3. The Diligent Mother. 2010
4. Wife. 2009
Oil on linen.
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elephantgunseasons:

retrogasm:

Dali by Man Ray
Apparently he just wanted a nude woman to be posing while painting a horse…


smart ass Dalí…
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spaceplasma:

July 16, 1969: The Earth photographed by the Apollo 11 crew on their first day in orbit.
Image credit: NASA