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shihlun:

Kazuo Kitai - One Road (2014)

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kafkasapartment:

Cortesia de la Central Mexico Light & Power Co. Mexican workplace safety poster, 1938. Designer unknown.

This poster is one of the best industrial songs I’ve ever seen. I’m so tagging this as Esplendor Geométrico.

decadentiacoprofaga:

kafkasapartment:

Cortesia de la Central Mexico Light & Power Co. Mexican workplace safety poster, 1938. Designer unknown.

This poster is one of the best industrial songs I’ve ever seen. I’m so tagging this as Esplendor Geométrico.

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reflexionyrebeldia:

Dibujos infantiles hechos realidad 20 años después.
El artista holandés Telmo Pieper pasó sus propios dibujos hechos con 5 años para darles vida ahora que tiene 25 años.

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artemisdreaming:

Vergesslicher Engel (Forgetful Angel), 1939 
Paul Klee
Artemis:  He painted so many angels.  Most in the last years of his life.
This is a description of his angel paintings from Museum Folkwang:  ”Paul Klee’s angels number amongst the artist’s most popular works. They not only appeal to art lovers but have also gained huge popularity as poetic guardians. As winged hybrids, half man, half celestial messenger, they represent a transitional form between earthly and heavenly existence, which serves our need for spirituality. Yet at the same time angels reflect the modern skepticism towards religion and questions of faith. In addition, they offer art historians, authors, philosophers, theologians as well as psychologists intellectual starting points.

Klee produced most of his angels in the final years of his life, between 1938 and 1940. As such, the drawings, watercolors and paintings are also an expression of his situation at the time, characterized as it was by serious illness and open animosity from the Nazis. They give an impression of how Klee felt, at the transition between life and death. They show fear and threat, but also intellectual detachment, wit and humor. Klee’s angels are still largely rooted in human existence, and this is the deeper reason for their popularity. They have minor weaknesses and flaws, are forgetful or ugly, full or worries or playful, meaning that everyone can recognize him- or herself in them. Stylistically, these are characteristic examples of the minimalist drawing style found in Paul Klee’s late work.
This is the first exhibition to focus on this unusual group within Paul Klee’s highly diverse oeuvre, and with around 80 drawings, watercolors, gouaches and paintings presents the majority of his surviving works on this subject. In collaboration with the Paul Klee Center, Bern Made possible through the kind support of Sparkasse Essen”  (text via: museum-folkwang.de)
Additional reading:  Paul Klee - The Berggruen Klee Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art By Sabine Rewald  HERE



Mehr Vogel, 1939



Schellen-Engel, 1939

artemisdreaming:

Vergesslicher Engel (Forgetful Angel), 1939 

Paul Klee

Artemis:  He painted so many angels.  Most in the last years of his life.

This is a description of his angel paintings from Museum Folkwang:  ”Paul Klee’s angels number amongst the artist’s most popular works. They not only appeal to art lovers but have also gained huge popularity as poetic guardians. As winged hybrids, half man, half celestial messenger, they represent a transitional form between earthly and heavenly existence, which serves our need for spirituality. Yet at the same time angels reflect the modern skepticism towards religion and questions of faith. In addition, they offer art historians, authors, philosophers, theologians as well as psychologists intellectual starting points.

Klee produced most of his angels in the final years of his life, between 1938 and 1940. As such, the drawings, watercolors and paintings are also an expression of his situation at the time, characterized as it was by serious illness and open animosity from the Nazis. They give an impression of how Klee felt, at the transition between life and death. They show fear and threat, but also intellectual detachment, wit and humor. Klee’s angels are still largely rooted in human existence, and this is the deeper reason for their popularity. They have minor weaknesses and flaws, are forgetful or ugly, full or worries or playful, meaning that everyone can recognize him- or herself in them. Stylistically, these are characteristic examples of the minimalist drawing style found in Paul Klee’s late work.


This is the first exhibition to focus on this unusual group within Paul Klee’s highly diverse oeuvre, and with around 80 drawings, watercolors, gouaches and paintings presents the majority of his surviving works on this subject. In collaboration with the Paul Klee Center, Bern Made possible through the kind support of Sparkasse Essen”  (text via: museum-folkwang.de)



Additional reading:  Paul Klee - The Berggruen Klee Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art By Sabine Rewald  HERE



Mehr Vogel, 1939

Schellen-Engel, 1939

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nomellamesfriki:

No llores bebé humano te traeré más juguetes

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nobodylikesuwhenyouretwentythree:

collegehumor:

This HR dept doesn’t negotiate with Terrorists.

Finish reading This Is The Most Passive-Agressive Office Note Battle We’ve Ever Seen

Forget HR, I’d be calling the Police!!!

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justeunmot:

Male Nude (Erwin Dominik Osen), Egon Schiele.

justeunmot:

Male Nude (Erwin Dominik Osen), Egon Schiele.

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azurea:

By Malarstwo Czytajaca.

azurea:

By Malarstwo Czytajaca.

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mehueleelpitoacanela:

Perro mitad husky mitad labrador. No un cruce, sino mitad y mitad:image

Menamurau.

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