1. aqqindex:

    Ettore Sottsass, Sculpture for Esprit Dusseldorf, 1986

     
  2. luzfosca:

    Karl Blossfeldt

    Weberdistel, 1928.

    (via carex)

     
  3. Graham Sutherland

    Trees with G Shaped Form

    Lithograph

    (Source: cruelandthin)

     
  4. Trees with G-Shaped Form 1, 1972 by Graham Sutherland

    (Source: journalofanobody)

     
  5. Graham Sutherland (English, 1903-1980), (Ivy) Le Lierre, 1979. Oil on canvas, 99 x 94.5 cm.

    (Source: blastedheath)

     
  6. Graham Sutherland, Three Standing Forms in a Garden, 1951

    (Source: cavetocanvas)

     
  7. blastedheath:

    Graham Sutherland (English, 1903-1980), Vine Pergola, 1947. Oil on canvas, 18 x 22 in.

     
  8. thecricketchirps:

    Graham Sutherland, Thorn Tree, 1945

     
  9. deadpanaesthetic:

    Graham Sutherland OM,
    Standing Forms II, 1952.
    oil paint on canvas, 180 x 141 cm

    (via thomortiz)

     
  10. landscape-a-design:

    Project: Center for Advanced Science and Technology

    Designers: PWP Landscape Architecture

    Location: Japan

    (Source: pwpla.com, via carex)

     
  11. thenoguchimuseum:

    Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from his travels throughout Indonesia, 1949.

    The Noguchi Museum Archive

     
  12. maihudson:

    Carl Andre, Pyramid(Square Plan), Destroyed 1959 and remade 1970

    (via thomortiz)

     
  13. archiveofaffinities:

    Michael Graves, California Lifeguard Tower, 1988

     
  14. hideback:

    Tullio Crali (Italian, 1910-2000)

    Cityscape, 1939

    Tullio Crali was a self-taught artist and stunt pilot. He was fascinated by Italian futurism and expressing through painting the dynamics of flight.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGWJe9hdWdI

    (via thomortiz)

     
  15. thegetty:

    The moon was visible, yet unreachable by keen astronomers like John herschel in the late 19th century. This photograph is actually of a detailed papier-mâché model of a moon crater. 

    Moon Crater, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.