Jessica Tremp: Atomic Occasion

Jessica Tremp: Atomic Occasion

Noga Shtainer: Oxana, 2009(Photographic Portrait Prize 2009)

Noga Shtainer: Oxana, 2009
(Photographic Portrait Prize 2009)

Noga Shtainer: Horses

Noga Shtainer: Horses

katrinsteiger:

2010/ y jeans ? at zwanglos drei exhibition in weimar, germany
picture by das schmott

katrinsteiger:

2010/ y jeans ? at zwanglos drei exhibition in weimar, germany

picture by das schmott

Nasan Tur: Berlin says, 2013

Nasan Tur: Berlin says, 2013

Raghu Rai(World Press Photo, 1976, Budapest)

Raghu Rai
(World Press Photo, 1976, Budapest)

Hámos Gusztáv: A Jeanne d’Arc sorozatból

Hámos Gusztáv: A Jeanne d’Arc sorozatból

daraartisans:

COVET  Ana Kraš
The abstract and unique Bonbon lamps. Each lamp is different from the next - all threaded by hand using leftover cotton thread from a Serbian knitwear company.
(via DOMAHOKA)

daraartisans:

COVET  Ana Kraš

The abstract and unique Bonbon lamps. Each lamp is different from the next - all threaded by hand using leftover cotton thread from a Serbian knitwear company.

(via DOMAHOKA)

tonguedepressors:

Lukasz Wierzbowski

colors break into our life

tonguedepressors:

Lukasz Wierzbowski

colors break into our life

(Source: jodri)


beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photo by:Digital Fusion Pro

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photo by:Digital Fusion Pro

(Source: )

kristofindacity:

Soros György kajakozik a Lupa-szigeten 1938-ban!
(lélekben már pesten vagyok, lélekben már nyár van)

van egy húga???????????? ennél durvább dolog nincs a Földön 
(vagy a csaja?)

kristofindacity:

Soros György kajakozik a Lupa-szigeten 1938-ban!

(lélekben már pesten vagyok, lélekben már nyár van)

van egy húga???????????? ennél durvább dolog nincs a Földön 

(vagy a csaja?)

Unidentified Photographer: Woman with fingers in her ears and lips pursed, c. 1945

Unidentified Photographer: Woman with fingers in her ears and lips pursed, c. 1945

black-celluloid:

portrait of Otto Dix and Martha Dix by August Sanders c.1928

black-celluloid:

portrait of Otto Dix and Martha Dix by August Sanders c.1928

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