dustulator:

Matthew Barney’s “cremaster cycle” being presented at the guggenheim musuem
anyskin:

Not only is this a unique old photograph, but the pilot in the plane so happens to be Louis Blérot. Who is Louis Blérot? Well in 1909 he was the first fly an aircraft over the English Channel. An inventor of sorts, he build the first powered monoplane. What a novel sight it must have been for these children to see him taking his craft for a spin!
f-featherbrain:

Amor und Psyche. Ein Märchen des Apulejus.Aus dem Lateinischen. von R. Jachmann.Erste Ausgabe mit den Illustrationen Max Klingers.Druck der Radierungen von Felsing in München in 1881.The Metropolitan Museum of Art
(via: book graphics)
rudygodinez:

Andrei Tarkovsky, Film Still from “The Mirror”, (1975)
Tarkovsky spent spent ten years of his life making a movie about his childhood purely, some say, as an excuse to show the footage of this Soviet military balloon from the Spanish Civil War.
justzerosandones:

The Haçienda's interior before opening in 1982.
phalange-dechu:

miss-catastrofes-naturales:

tonicospicantes:

sobresobrenome:

nervoservo:

retrofutureground:

This image is an overhead shop of a funnel being vibrated at a given frequency. The white spots in it are of clumps of sand particles, which climb up the walls of the funnel under sufficient acoustic energy. If the energy is lowered the sands falls. An equilibrium can be reached in which the sand cycles up and down the walls.

(via okidokio)

jibadojo:

Yoritomo’s night attack on the palace of Yamaki Kanetaka in 1180
gallowhill:

Lewis deSoto - Interrogation, 1995