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museumoffrost:

eckhaus latta fw14

museumoffrost:

eckhaus latta fw14

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historicaltimes:

Francisco “Pancho” Villa and Emiliano Zapata in Mexican Presidential Palace, Villa enthroned, c. Dec. 1914
jay—mac:


According to one story of this encounter, Villa iinsisted they take turns sitting in the presidential chair for the photographer. Zapata repliad: “I didn’t fight for that. We should burn that chair to end all ambitions.” You can really get a sense of their personalities in this photograph.

historicaltimes:

Francisco “Pancho” Villa and Emiliano Zapata in Mexican Presidential Palace, Villa enthroned, c. Dec. 1914

jay—mac:

According to one story of this encounter, Villa iinsisted they take turns sitting in the presidential chair for the photographer. Zapata repliad: “I didn’t fight for that. We should burn that chair to end all ambitions.” You can really get a sense of their personalities in this photograph.

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niceswamp:

i’ve made it big on the web…

niceswamp:

i’ve made it big on the web…

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thevirginharry:

remember swine flu reblog if ur a tru 2009 kid

foxadhd:

Guru
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92crookz:

Biggie Cynthia

92crookz:

Biggie Cynthia

mongraffito:

What Photoshop filter is this?
Hmm, I guess it’s not because it’s a Claude Mellan drawing, anno 1649.

mongraffito:

What Photoshop filter is this?

Hmm, I guess it’s not because it’s a Claude Mellan drawing, anno 1649.

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mentaltimetraveller:

Taner Ceylan Spring Time (The Lost Paintings Series), 2013 

mentaltimetraveller:

Taner Ceylan Spring Time (The Lost Paintings Series), 2013 

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i-love-art:

En esta imagen del fotógrafo Juan Guzmán, vemos a Frida Kahlo, acompañando a Diego Rivera mientras pinta el mural “Pesadilla de guerra, Sueño de paz”, México, 1952.

i-love-art:

En esta imagen del fotógrafo Juan Guzmán, vemos a Frida Kahlo, acompañando a Diego Rivera mientras pinta el mural “Pesadilla de guerra, Sueño de paz”, México, 1952.

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