hobbyist issue
hobbyist issue
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thirdorgan:

Sergei SENKIN 1894-1963
Affiche photomontage écologique 1931
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My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck By Lightning: Back to the Garden
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malformalady:

The Gardens of Marqueyssac, Vézac, France. The Château de Marqueyssac is a 17th-century château. In the 1860s, owner Julien de Cervel, began to plant thousands of boxwood trees - today there are over 150,000 - and had them carved in fantastic shapes. Since 1997, the gardens have been classified amongst the Notable Gardens of France
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Two Way Mirror; Museum De Pont, The Netherlands, 2004
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pizzzatime:

nevver: Zachary Gibson
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odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
odditiesoflife:

Bone Flowers
All of these flowers are made from real bones of mice and rats. Japanese artist Hideki Tokushige states that the collection, called “Honebana” (bone flower), is the result of a ceremonial process that honors the cycle of death, decay, and rebirth, even as modern society becomes increasingly detached from this spiritual reality.
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endthymes:

mathieu mercier, structure de mélaminé blanc pour plante. 2011
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newkidsonmycock11:


“Urban Talisman”
Each cigarette was individually emptied and refilled with soil and forget-me-not seeds.
Anna C Bodell
2013