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nluh:

imponderabilia

n. a series of phenomena of great importance which cannot possibly be recorded by questioning or computing documents, but have to be observed in their full actuality.

such things as the routine of a man’s working day, the details of his care of the body, of the manner of taking food and preparing it.

— 13 hours ago with 9 notes

tomcadrin:

While I was in NYC with my friends we stopped by Brooklyn Junk and I found a table full of photographs people had donated. I found it fascinating, there were so many random moments that you thought may never be connected, yet here they all were lying on the same table.

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— 13 hours ago with 1290 notes

tomcadrin:

transportation hub, nyc
thomas cadrin, 2014

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— 13 hours ago with 53 notes
matthewsgallery:

allegoryofart:

The LIttle Street, Johannes Vermeer, 1657-58

Just lovely. 
More art history. 

matthewsgallery:

allegoryofart:

The LIttle StreetJohannes Vermeer, 1657-58

Just lovely. 

More art history

— 21 hours ago with 22 notes
matthewsgallery:

Romare Bearden (1911-1988), Lovebirds, Lithograph in Colors.
Source. 
Romare

matthewsgallery:

Romare Bearden (1911-1988), Lovebirds, Lithograph in Colors.

Source.

Romare

— 22 hours ago with 2 notes
imhuey:

prisonerofchrist:

God revealed to me the concept of magnifying HIS Name through this picture.
It’s up to us what we will magnify during our darkest hours of circumstances: the NAME of JESUS or our problems’ names. 

Wow

imhuey:

prisonerofchrist:

God revealed to me the concept of magnifying HIS Name through this picture.

It’s up to us what we will magnify during our darkest hours of circumstances: the NAME of JESUS or our problems’ names. 

Wow

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— 22 hours ago with 29404 notes

exploratorium:

“I am primarily interested in making it possible for people to become as independent and self-sufficient as possible. This has nothing really to do with art, except that through the arts you can learn many, many skills that you cannot learn through books and problem-solving in the abstract. A child can learn something about color, about design, and about observing objects in nature… Art will make people better, more highly skilled in thinking and improving whatever business one goes into, or whatever occupation. It makes a person broader.” – Ruth Asawa

Ruth Asawa
(b. 1926) is a Japanese-American artist who works in sculpture, painting, and drawing. In 1974, she conducted several day- and week-long sessions at the Exploratorium during which she and groups of young people made complex geometric structures with empty milk cartons. In addition, she made two beautiful panels of folded paper with black-and-white patterns.

The Tinkering Studio will host her daughter, artist Aiko Cuneo, at the next Tinkering Social Club: Milk Cartons Re(imagined) Thursday, September 25 7-9pm.

Photos © Exploratorium

— 22 hours ago with 80 notes