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  2. lonequixote:

    A Rooster, 1938 ~ Pablo Picasso

    (via theartgeeks)

     
  3. st1mu11:

    Nat Farbman, San Francisco Chinatown at night, 1950s.

     

     
  4. mensfashionworld:

    Dsquared² S/S 2014

     
  5. his-name-was-writ-in-water:

    Prussian hussar’s tunic in the Austrian style, of which was adopted until around 1850 when the heavily braided dolmans and pelisses of yesteryear were reintroduced for ceremonial purposes. Tunics of this type were worn until the end of the First World War, although by then many of the men who wore them served in capacities other than cavalrymen. 

    (via victorianizer)

     
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  8. museumuesum:

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

    Melting Point of Ice, 1984

    acrylic and crayon on canvas, 218.5 x 172.5 cm

     
  9. museumuesum:

    Andy Warhol

    Rorschach, 1984

    Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 13’ 8 1/4” x 9’ 7” (417.2 x 292.1 cm)

     
  10. museumuesum:

    Gregor Hildebrandt

    Tapete im Treppenhaus meiner Oma – Paff der Zauberdrachen (Marlene Dietrich), 2008

    Cassette tape and acrylic paint on canvas, 7.10 feet x 63 inches

    (via man-datory)