I’m gonna like it here. #bottegalouie #dtla

I’m gonna like it here. #bottegalouie #dtla

California’s first church #mission #sandiego #catholic  (at Mission San Diego De Alcala - Amazing Christmas Performance.)

California’s first church #mission #sandiego #catholic (at Mission San Diego De Alcala - Amazing Christmas Performance.)

ancientart:

Painted scenes from inside the Buddhist Ajanta Caves, India, which date from the 2nd century BCE. These particular painted works are all from Cave 17.

Photos taken by Kirk Kittell. 

wetheurban:

ART: Cesar Santos’ Masterfully Remixed Paintings

Artist Cesar Santos’ paintings seemingly bring the works of masters – from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century to Modernism – together, juxtaposing their styles one on top of the other.

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gasoline-station:

FEM_brutalism

by Cristina Cipriani

(Fonte: ryanpanos)

wired:

The Arthur Kill ship graveyard was never meant to become such a decrepit spectacle. In the years following World War II, the adjacent scrapyard began to purchase scores of outdated vessels, with the intention of harvesting them for anything of value. But the shipbreakers couldn’t keep pace with the influx of boats, especially once people started to use the graveyard as a dumping ground for their old dinghies. Plenty of ships fell into such disrepair that they were no longer worth the effort to strip, especially since many teem with toxic substances. And so they’ve been left to rot in the murky tidal strait that divides Staten Island from New Jersey, where they’ve turned scarlet with rust and now host entire ecosystems of hardy aquatic creatures.

MORE: The Secret NYC Graveyard Where Ships Go to Die

intimesgonebyblog:

London 1870s : Gatehouse, Inner Temple.
mshibo:

Magnificent Dome of Selimiye Mosque, Edirne, Turkey by Remzsinas on Flickr.

thegetty:

Hartelijk gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag!

Or, Happy 408th Birthday, Rembrandt!

Born July 15,1606, the great Dutch painter is known for his lively brushwork and genius play of light and dark.

Rembrandt Laughing, about 1628, Rembrandt van Rijn. The J. Paul Getty Museum

“If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph.”

Unknown (via thexpotent)

This hit me harder than I expected.

(via isarian450)

(Fonte: foreverthecuriousone)