laclaes:

PABLO PICASSO, Head, 1948. Ink on paper.
theglitterguide:

Happy Saturday! ☕️📷(photo by @emthegem)
Not okay, but my friend won the round.
230
Saw this beaut three years ago #tbt Absolutely chuffed to return to the UK next week!
0
some kind words for your wednesday
1
Bon Iver Holocene (+rain)
Bon Iver
Holocene (+rain)

elechants:

tylerknott:

Holocene (With Thunderstorm)  by Bon Iver.

This is so beautiful I’m crying

philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt. Today we celebrate his special day with a painting he began in 1917, but was left unfinished by his sudden death in 1918. This masterful portraitist had an incredible impact on painting with his intimate depictions of women and remarkable detailing. Has anything unfinished ever looked so good?Now on view: “Frauenbildnis (Portrait of a Woman),” 1917–18, by Gustav Klimt (On loan from The Lewis Collection)
gillianstevens:

A beautiful and quiet moment to start the day. First wedding day of the season, and a beautiful morning at that!
I’ll be posting over at @zooeymagazine today - so head on over there to follow along!
millionen:

Germant, Bad Wimpfen, Half timbered houses by m. muraskin on Flickr.
990
barefoot-in-the-country:

Marvimon Wedding by Sweet Emilia Jane
Via GreyLikesWeddings
dear-photograph:

Dear Photograph,
This church holds many special  memories for me and my family history past, looking through my grandmas album and finding photos dating back to 1950’s. These photos I have exhibited for my project at college using the Dear Photograph technique, I reunited these 1950 photo’s with the place today—where my nan and grandad got married in Bolton St. James Church. It was a rainy day, but i got the best photographs I got a grade A* for such an amazing idea thanks to Dear Photograph for the inspiration. I now have reconnected with my family history. -Chloe
720
115
hawaiiancoconut:

271 E. 10th, New York. 
25
alexsattlerphotography:

LAURA x DISTORTION PORTRAIT O N E
I had a dear friend and fellow artist tell me awhile back to do more stylized/abstract portraits (thanks in part to my James Blake painting) and maybe even make a go at making it a small series.
And I thought, what the hell.
I don’t really have a timeline for this, but I’d love to use different mediums, digital and tactile, to create portraits of people that I meet or photograph
piece done using: photoshop, lightroom, film grain scans, and digital photography
36