The Commons
Artist image resource and depository.
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therhumboogie:

By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each plant to grow of it’s own devices for 6 months, just confined within a vessel which it is then set free from to show incredible root structures. 
therhumboogie:

By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each plant to grow of it’s own devices for 6 months, just confined within a vessel which it is then set free from to show incredible root structures. 
therhumboogie:

By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each plant to grow of it’s own devices for 6 months, just confined within a vessel which it is then set free from to show incredible root structures. 
therhumboogie:

By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each plant to grow of it’s own devices for 6 months, just confined within a vessel which it is then set free from to show incredible root structures. 
therhumboogie:

By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each plant to grow of it’s own devices for 6 months, just confined within a vessel which it is then set free from to show incredible root structures. 
therhumboogie:

By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each plant to grow of it’s own devices for 6 months, just confined within a vessel which it is then set free from to show incredible root structures. 
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benjaminwoodyard:

Hey You Guys
2014
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whatevever:

Hugh's baldessari dance
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sexographies:

http://sexographies.tumblr.com/
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domesti-cant:

selfie
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mousetrap:

amazing ceramic piece!
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carbonsixty:

Joakim Ojanen “All That I Know Is Right Now” 2014 – Oil on fast food plate, 15 x 23cm