1. Feb 19th 2014

    14:13

    note(s): 43

    reblogged from: rosswolfe

    tags: paintingart

    Peter Keler, Wall-painting scheme for Laszlo Moholy-Nagy’s studio, Weimar 1925, Gouache on paper, 30.2 x 49.8cm
(via : http://thecharnelhouse.org/2013/11/09/bauhaus-color/)
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    Peter Keler, Wall-painting scheme for Laszlo Moholy-Nagy’s studio, Weimar 1925, Gouache on paper, 30.2 x 49.8cm

    (via : http://thecharnelhouse.org/2013/11/09/bauhaus-color/)

    (via : rosswolfe)

  2. Feb 14th 2014

    16:45

    note(s): 4

  3. 14:27

    note(s): 259

    reblogged from: urbain

    urbain:

    Façade sud, Chapelle de Ronchamp, Le Corbusier, 1950

  4. Silk-screened “BUILD” poster by Hananouk

    Silk-screened “BUILD” poster by Hananouk

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    Kresge Auditorium, M.I.T. Campus, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1935-1955
    Eero Saarinen

  6. Oct 12th 2013

    14:31

    note(s): 947

    reblogged from: midcenturymodernfreak

    midcenturymodernfreak:

    Modernism at the World’s Fair

    (Top) 1964 World’s Fair: Hall of Education | New York

    (Bottom) 1964 World’s Fair: Bell Telephone Pavilion | New York

  7. Oct 8th 2013

    12:58

    note(s): 88

    reblogged from: mycoa

    mycoa:

will be selling onesies in this kick ass store on the LES as of Thursday!

    mycoa:

    will be selling onesies in this kick ass store on the LES as of Thursday!

  8. Psalter Lane Art College, Sheffield, England,1970Bradshaw, Rowse & Harker
(via: powojennymodernizm)

    Psalter Lane Art College, Sheffield, England,1970
    Bradshaw, Rowse & Harker

    (via: powojennymodernizm)

  9. 09:03

    note(s): 35

    reblogged from: mycoa

    tags: graphic design

    mycoa:

created a board game for a Powell’s competition recently. Didn’t win but had fun trying!

    mycoa:

    created a board game for a Powell’s competition recently. Didn’t win but had fun trying!

  10. Sep 13th 2013

    14:38

    note(s): 145

    reblogged from: momatalks

    momatalks:

Check out this quirky little display of objects in an elevator shaft in Tribeca. Museum, as it is called, was founded by Josh Safdie, Ben Safdie, and Alex Kalman (son of Maira). Objects, from the everyday to more artistic artifacts, from counterfeited cash to rocks from Mars, abound and you can get more information about each one by reading a pamphlet or calling an 800 number. A refreshingly unusual way to encounter art and the history of objects!

    momatalks:

    Check out this quirky little display of objects in an elevator shaft in Tribeca. Museum, as it is called, was founded by Josh Safdie, Ben Safdie, and Alex Kalman (son of Maira). Objects, from the everyday to more artistic artifacts, from counterfeited cash to rocks from Mars, abound and you can get more information about each one by reading a pamphlet or calling an 800 number. A refreshingly unusual way to encounter art and the history of objects!