Aping the habit.

Aping the habit. a terminus for ideas;
design as movement, thought, image, and sound

Photographed by Street Fashion Style

Photographed by Street Fashion Style

Richard Brendon X Patternity

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Richard Brendon X Patternity

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cosascool:

Zachary Norman

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cosascool:

Zachary Norman

threefolds:

masha ma | fall 2014

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threefolds:

masha ma | fall 2014

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(Source: justlikeastare)

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cosascool:

Stephanie Passul, in collaboration with Sara Schwarz

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cosascool:

Stephanie Passul, in collaboration with Sara Schwarz

jonathandredge:

Underside on Flickr.
Gav’s new adventures in Shibori - the underside of the blue stain after unwrapping.

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jonathandredge:

Underside on Flickr.

Gav’s new adventures in Shibori - the underside of the blue stain after unwrapping.

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kawahineaihonua:

Stills from Issey Miyake Moves, 2002. 

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Merce Cunningham, Scenario

21st century romanticism by aerendial

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21st century romanticism by aerendial

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Kenny Kenny

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Kenny Kenny

Oskar Haerdtl, wine decanter Ambassador, with stopper, 1925. Thinnest mouth-blown crystal or “Muslin glass”. Made by J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna. Via Cooper Hewitt.

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Oskar Haerdtl, wine decanter Ambassador, with stopper, 1925. Thinnest mouth-blown crystal or “Muslin glass”. Made by J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna. Via Cooper Hewitt.

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