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polychroniadis:

“You are (on) an island” by Alicia Eggert.
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havechanged:

This machine kills fascists
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woodkid:


SZE TSUNG LEONG
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woodkid:


Ralph Eugene Meatyard
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yama-bato:

MANOLO MILLARES.
Hombre caido 1966Ink and gouache, signed and dated in bottom on the left. On verso, the work is titled, dated, dedicated and signed.
http://www.mchampetier.com/Manolo-Millares-20722-others.html
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merde-petit-maitre:

Architecture
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"Go away. I’m alright."
H. G. Wells’ final words  (via ihatenietzsche)
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atavus:

The Monuments Men of World War II


The Monuments Men were a group of men and women from thirteen nations, most of whom volunteered had expertise as museum directors, curators, art scholars and educators, artists, architects, and archivists. The Monuments Men job description was simple: to save as much of the culture of Europe as they could during combat.
atavus:

The Monuments Men of World War II


The Monuments Men were a group of men and women from thirteen nations, most of whom volunteered had expertise as museum directors, curators, art scholars and educators, artists, architects, and archivists. The Monuments Men job description was simple: to save as much of the culture of Europe as they could during combat.
atavus:

The Monuments Men of World War II


The Monuments Men were a group of men and women from thirteen nations, most of whom volunteered had expertise as museum directors, curators, art scholars and educators, artists, architects, and archivists. The Monuments Men job description was simple: to save as much of the culture of Europe as they could during combat.
atavus:

The Monuments Men of World War II


The Monuments Men were a group of men and women from thirteen nations, most of whom volunteered had expertise as museum directors, curators, art scholars and educators, artists, architects, and archivists. The Monuments Men job description was simple: to save as much of the culture of Europe as they could during combat.
atavus:

The Monuments Men of World War II


The Monuments Men were a group of men and women from thirteen nations, most of whom volunteered had expertise as museum directors, curators, art scholars and educators, artists, architects, and archivists. The Monuments Men job description was simple: to save as much of the culture of Europe as they could during combat.
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