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Bildresultat för Olle Nyman

Bildresultat för Olle Nyman

Niki de Saint-Phalle                                                                                                                        ...

Learning Curve on the Ecliptic: Arty Farty Friday ~ Niki de Saint Phalle

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Bildresultat för Carl Larssons teckningar

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Bildresultat för Olle Nyman

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Petter Zennström

Bildresultat för niki de saint phalle

Bildresultat för niki de saint phalle

Linda Leslie Brown Co-Host Ceramic, metal, plastic, paper clay 13 x 9 x 9 inches 2013

Linda Leslie Brown Co-Host Ceramic, metal, plastic, paper clay 13 x 9 x 9 inches 2013

Nike di Samotracia - III/II a.C. - Periodo ellenistico - Marmo a tutto tondo -Funzione celebrativa -  Samotracia - Pargi, Louvre

Nike di Samotracia - III/II a.C. - Periodo ellenistico - Marmo a tutto tondo -Funzione celebrativa - Samotracia - Pargi, Louvre

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Bildresultat för stiliga hem.se

Frida Kahlo en la Catedral del Mar - Wlsk (Parte de mi proyecto Trippin’ with Frida) Collage.

Frida Kahlo en la Catedral del Mar - Wlsk (Parte de mi proyecto Trippin’ with Frida) Collage.

Charles & Ray Eames. Charles Ormond Eames, Jr and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" (née Kaiser) Eames were American designers most famous for their collaborative furniture and architectural designs. They met at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1940 and were married the next year.

Charles and Ray Eames Though the name Eames might immediately conjure images of chairs, this designing duo with the Midas touch succeeded in giving a mid-century American spin to toys, fabric design, architecture.

Gerhard Richter, 1965. I have always loved chairs.                                                                                                                                                                                 More #OilPaintingBlackAndWhite

Gerhard Richter, 1965 for some reason i think this picture is incredibly creepy and bleak.

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