thewayweate:

Gordons Dry Gin Advertisement - Gourmet: February 1972

thewayweate:

Gordons Dry Gin Advertisement - Gourmet: February 1972

fashionandfolkart:

Photo by Kat Hennessey

fashionandfolkart:

Photo by Kat Hennessey

fashionandfolkart:

Tattoo Pattern Book
Artist unidentified
New York City
1873–1910
Ink on oiled cloth, with buckram binding
4 1/2 x 3 1/4 x 3/4 in. (closed)
American Folk Art Museum, anonymous gift, 1995.29.1
Photo by Gavin Ashworth

fashionandfolkart:

Tattoo Pattern Book

Artist unidentified

New York City

1873–1910

Ink on oiled cloth, with buckram binding

4 1/2 x 3 1/4 x 3/4 in. (closed)

American Folk Art Museum, anonymous gift, 1995.29.1

Photo by Gavin Ashworth

museumgifs:

tatecollectives:

Matthias Brown aka Museum GIFs and TraceLoops remixes of Joanna Mary Wells, Portrait of Sidney Wells 1859

Take part in our 1840s GIF Party at Tate Britain by submitting your own GIF inspired by this artwork

GIFs I made and maybe GIFs you submit are going to be literal MuseumGIFs on display next to the original artwork at Late at the Tate, February 7th

fashionandfolkart:

Jean Yu photo shoot
Photo courtesy the designer

fashionandfolkart:

Jean Yu photo shoot

Photo courtesy the designer

fashionandfolkart:

Bibhu Mohapatra (bibhu) drawing 

fashionandfolkart:

Bibhu Mohapatra (bibhu) drawing 

moma:

Soundings: The Making of a Title Wall

A look into our title wall process with the inimitable Paulette Giguere. (Music courtesy of Podington Bear and soundofpicture.com)

(Source: vimeo.com)

amnhnyc:

This week’s peek into the archives: African elephants in miniature. (April 1914)This tiny model was used in the creation of the Akeley Hall of African Mammals. Here’s the hall as it looks today.
© AMNH Library/34318

amnhnyc:

This week’s peek into the archives: African elephants in miniature. (April 1914)

This tiny model was used in the creation of the Akeley Hall of African Mammals. Here’s the hall as it looks today.

© AMNH Library/34318

nprfreshair:

Peter Root’s “Ephemicropolis,” a city of staples.
via Trendland

nprfreshair:

Peter Root’s “Ephemicropolis,” a city of staples.

via Trendland

housingworksbookstore:

jennirl:

gameoflulz:

I have no words for how much this amuses me.

ebook publishing hall of shame (/lulz)

"That hair was George R.R. Martin"