design-is-fine:

Karl Oskar Blase, cover artwork for german design magazine form N° 40, 1967. © Verlag form 

surrealism:

Spring Awakening by Jock MacDonald, 1937. Oil on canvas.

surrealism:

Spring Awakening by Jock MacDonald, 1937. Oil on canvas.

design-is-fine:

Anton Stankowski, Calendar Illustration, 1961. Germany. Oscillograph of a leveling Oscillation. Representation visualizes the superimposed oscillations. Gebrauchsgraphik Nr.10. Via Aqua-Velvet

design-is-fine:

Anton Stankowski, Calendar Illustration, 1961. Germany. Oscillograph of a leveling Oscillation. Representation visualizes the superimposed oscillations. Gebrauchsgraphik Nr.10. Via Aqua-Velvet

design-is-fine:

Paul Rand, artwork for summer poster, 1960. Via Cooper Hewitt

design-is-fine:

John Alcorn, illustration for 7up – The Uncola, late 1960s. Source.

surrealism:

La rencontre by Jacques Herold, 1936. Oil on canvas, 144 x 96 cm. The Berardo Collection, Lisbon, Portugal.

The figure on the right bears a striking resemblance to the woman in Millet’s Angelus.

slowartday:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Trees - The Maple, 1924
Slow Art Day helps you to see brush strokes before your very own eyes! slowartday:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Trees - The Maple, 1924
Slow Art Day helps you to see brush strokes before your very own eyes! slowartday:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Trees - The Maple, 1924
Slow Art Day helps you to see brush strokes before your very own eyes! slowartday:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Trees - The Maple, 1924
Slow Art Day helps you to see brush strokes before your very own eyes! slowartday:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Trees - The Maple, 1924
Slow Art Day helps you to see brush strokes before your very own eyes!

slowartday:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Trees - The Maple, 1924

Slow Art Day helps you to see brush strokes before your very own eyes!

surrealism:

Bevölkerung der Vereinigten Staaten (Population of the United States) by Erwin Blumenfeld, 1921-1924. Collage. Gallerie Soni Zannettacci, Geneva, Italy. (via archives-dada)

I don’t read or speak German; but, I think the title of this work is better translated simply as Americans.

surrealism:

Bevölkerung der Vereinigten Staaten (Population of the United States) by Erwin Blumenfeld, 1921-1924. Collage. Gallerie Soni Zannettacci, Geneva, Italy. (via archives-dada)

I don’t read or speak German; but, I think the title of this work is better translated simply as Americans.

slowartday:

Hugo Barros
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Hugo Barros
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Hugo Barros
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