1. modelsandstuff:

Timmi Radicke by Satoshi Saikusa
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Timmi Radicke by Satoshi Saikusa

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    Timmi Radicke by Satoshi Saikusa

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  3. showstudio:

Paul McCarthy, Spinning Camera, 1971
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Paul McCarthy, Spinning Camera, 1971

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  5. dionyssos:

Joaquin-Sorolla : Spanish 1863 - 1923. ( swimmers )
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Joaquin-Sorolla : Spanish 1863 - 1923. ( swimmers )

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    Joaquin-Sorolla : Spanish 1863 - 1923. ( swimmers )

     

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  7. planetaryfolklore:

ryanpanos: Enzo Mari | RNDRDplanetaryfolklore:

ryanpanos: Enzo Mari | RNDRD

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  8. matthieu-charneau:

"Narcisse" by Pierre et Gilles.
It will be showing at the Daniel Templon Galery in Paris between April 10th - May 31st, 2014.matthieu-charneau:

"Narcisse" by Pierre et Gilles.
It will be showing at the Daniel Templon Galery in Paris between April 10th - May 31st, 2014.

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    "Narcisse" by Pierre et Gilles.
    It will be showing at the Daniel Templon Galery in Paris between April 10th - May 31st, 2014.

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Nanoengineers have combined a popular fad with medical observation. A tattoo-like electronic patch placed on the body can deliver signals about your heart, muscles, or brain to a computer.

Nanoengineers have combined a popular fad with medical observation. A tattoo-like electronic patch placed on the body can deliver signals about your heart, muscles, or brain to a computer.

    Nanoengineers have combined a popular fad with medical observation. A tattoo-like electronic patch placed on the body can deliver signals about your heart, muscles, or brain to a computer.

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Yayoi Kusama, Bloom

Yayoi Kusama, Bloom

    Yayoi Kusama, Bloom

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Nate Walton

Nate Walton

    Nate Walton

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