A Life Filled To The Brim

This is my heart. It is a good heart.

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valmonella:

Using a combination of high speed photography and precise paint splashes, artist Jack Long creates liquid flowers, which are basically paint that has splashed in such a way and captured at the right moment that it looks like a flower.

Even more impressively, a lot of the pieces depict flowers in vases, rather than just the flower itself.

WHAT

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR

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coltre:

With both her parents being nature photographers, Tippi Degre has had one amazing childhood. Before she was born, her French parents relocated to Namibia, Africa, where she grew up alongside wild animals such as zebras, elephants, cheetahs, and lions. During her stay in Namibia, she befriended a 28-year old elephant named Abu.

ITS A REAL-LIFE CADY HERON

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coltre:

With both her parents being nature photographers, Tippi Degre has had one amazing childhood. Before she was born, her French parents relocated to Namibia, Africa, where she grew up alongside wild animals such as zebras, elephants, cheetahs, and lions. During her stay in Namibia, she befriended a 28-year old elephant named Abu.

ITS A REAL-LIFE CADY HERON

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moma:

George Grosz, born today in 1893, was primarily known for his caustic caricatures. In somewhat of a departure, he lovingly captured his friend, the poet Max Herrmann-Neisse, in this portrait. 

[George Grosz. The Poet Max Herrmann-Neisse. 1927.]

moma:

George Grosz, born today in 1893, was primarily known for his caustic caricatures. In somewhat of a departure, he lovingly captured his friend, the poet Max Herrmann-Neisse, in this portrait

[George Grosz. The Poet Max Herrmann-Neisse. 1927.]