I LIKE IT.
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booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
booksfromthefuture:

Karel Martens, letterpress monoprints on catalogue cards from the Stedeljk Museum 
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womenofgraphicdesign:

Hannah Blows and Ruby Woodhouse, recent Graphic Design graduates from the University of Brighton, have designed a number of  screenprinted and letterpressed posters for their publication BLOWHOUSE
womenofgraphicdesign:

Hannah Blows and Ruby Woodhouse, recent Graphic Design graduates from the University of Brighton, have designed a number of  screenprinted and letterpressed posters for their publication BLOWHOUSE
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rrosehobart:

Miss lovely eyes contest - Florida - 1930s
: retronaut.co
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carnetimaginaire:

Marc Bourlier, Old wood faces
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funsizeboss:

The African-Chinese At about 35,000 BC a group of these African Chinese later known as to us as the Jomon, took this route and entered Japan, they became the first humans to inhabits the Japanese Islands. Later, another group, known as the Ainu, followed. Oddly Indians were NOT part of this group. Today their genes can can still be found in 40% of modern Japanese, as well as Mongolians and Tibetans- past and present Kings and Queens
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design-is-fine:

Hans (Jean) Arp, Dreams and projects, 1951-52. Wood cut. Via KettererKunst
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wish-you-were-queer:

long-tails:

Marco Ugolini

this pleases me aesthetically
wish-you-were-queer:

long-tails:

Marco Ugolini

this pleases me aesthetically
wish-you-were-queer:

long-tails:

Marco Ugolini

this pleases me aesthetically
wish-you-were-queer:

long-tails:

Marco Ugolini

this pleases me aesthetically
wish-you-were-queer:

long-tails:

Marco Ugolini

this pleases me aesthetically
wish-you-were-queer:

long-tails:

Marco Ugolini

this pleases me aesthetically
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acid-daydreams:

🌙
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excitingsounds:

Hullabaloo Dancers in 3D by wackystuff on Flickr.