Explore Edouard Manet, Centre Pompidou, and more!


Alain Jacquet, le déjeuner sur l’herbe, 1964 - article- references de Manet: Le…

Sigmar Polke : Musee D'art Moderne De La Ville De Paris

Sigmar Polke : Musee D'art Moderne De La Ville De Paris

Vintage Art, Dance Wear, Contemporary Art, Street Art, The Arts, Postcards, German, Dots, Dancing


Gorgeous Vintage Maps of the Mississippi River’s Path Over Time

Mississippi Meander Maps that were created by the Army Corps of Engineers in the and specifically by Dr. Harold Fisk, to trace th. There's no measure of time

Bingata Tenugui - in the Forest - Bingata is a type of dyeing method from Okinawa, Japan. Originally, bingata came from South Asia back from 14th century, the Okinawans borrowed the technique and created their own nature-inspired designs that found throughout the island. Bingata tenugui is a new challanging between Bingata artist and traditional chusen dyeing method, made a beautiful new creation to 21st century!

Hand dye in Japanese workshop, designed by Bingata Artist from Okinawa