Lo splendore geometrico

e meccanico e la sensibilità numerica.
mhc-asc:

Engraving by Catherine or Elisabeth Haussard, from Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire des insectes, by René-Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur::Mount Holyoke Archives & Special Collections::1734
Reaumur’s observations of wasps chewing and spitting out wood to build their papery nests eventually led to the idea of making paper from wood pulp.

mhc-asc:

Engraving by Catherine or Elisabeth Haussard, from Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire des insectes, by René-Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur::Mount Holyoke Archives & Special Collections::1734

Reaumur’s observations of wasps chewing and spitting out wood to build their papery nests eventually led to the idea of making paper from wood pulp.

(via scientificillustration)

jibadojo:

Urashima Taro is a Japanese legend about a fisherman who rescues a turtle and is rewarded for this with a visit to Ryūgū-jō, the palace of Ryūjin, the Dragon God, under the sea. He stays there for three days and, upon his return to his village, finds himself 300 years in the future.

jibadojo:

Urashima Taro is a Japanese legend about a fisherman who rescues a turtle and is rewarded for this with a visit to Ryūgū-jō, the palace of Ryūjin, the Dragon God, under the sea. He stays there for three days and, upon his return to his village, finds himself 300 years in the future.

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bitacoradebastian:

Mural “Me mori a”. Bulnes/ San José, San bernardo 2014. Bastian/Erico.

bitacoradebastian:

Mural “Me mori a”. Bulnes/ San José, San bernardo 2014. Bastian/Erico.


William Eggleston Untitled Flowering Field 1978

William Eggleston Untitled Flowering Field 1978

(Source: chloehartstein, via thecultofnancyandlee)

tastier:

(18+)

tastier:

(18+)

(Source: trvpxbone, via tropico55)

obscurevideogames:

king - Ribbit King (Bandai - PS2 - 2004) 

obscurevideogames:

king - Ribbit King (Bandai - PS2 - 2004) 

c0ssette:

Saint Augustin,1645-1650 -detail- Philippe de Champaigne.

c0ssette:

Saint Augustin,1645-1650 -detail- Philippe de Champaigne.

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