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ravingindian
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transistoradio:

Roberto Crippa, Geometrico, 1950. Via Mid-Centuria.
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siftingflour:

Yayoi Kusama at the age of ten in 1939 © Yayoi Kusama / Studio Yayoi Kusama, Inc.
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campsis:

Yoshimasa Tsuchiya
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Lulie Wallace
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un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

Soupe originelle / Origin of Life
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virtual-artifacts:

Ivory Throne Leg
13th century, Eastern Ganga dynasty Orissa, India Ivory, H: 34.9 W: 15.7 D: 13.2 cm 

Since at least the second century, Indian sculptors created ivory thrones to proclaim royal command. On this splendidly carved throne leg, a gajasimha—a mythical creature combining the strength of an elephant (gaja) and a lion (simha)—calmly dispatches the demonic warrior dangling from its trunk. The sculptor contrasted the forceful curves and broad smooth surfaces of the elephant-lion with an intricately realized mountain landscape. Archers and wildlife gambol through its crags, while a hermit meditates and a lion slumbers.
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margadirube:

artpropelled:Rosalie Gascoigne
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ganymedepaean:

Bruce Cohen
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alivetotellthetail:

Off the coast of Japan: “Venus, the Crescent Moon and Rocks”.
Photography by Masahisa Uemura.
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mentaltimetraveller:

Hans Arp, Horloge, 1924
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virtual-artifacts:

Body Mask (Det), mid-20th century Asmat people, Ambisu village, New Guinea, Papua (Irian Jaya) Province, Indonesia Wood, fiber, leaves, paint
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hipinuff:

Winfred Gaul (German, 1928-2003),Betreten vorboten, side A,1964. Acrylic, oil and enamel on wood panel,ÔŽ░ 100 cm.