1. azizaesque:

    Calligraphic Panel - Mughal Tile Work (by ||| Tammie)

    A small portion of a larger calligraphic panel, this tile work is a technique that was mastered by the Mughals, and comprises individually cut-out pieces of glazed tile which were fitted together like a mozaic. Called ‘Kashikari’, this example is on the east-facing façade of the main prayer chamber of the Wazir Khan Mosque. It dates back to 1634 under the reign of Shah Jahan, but may have undergone sympathetic restoration some time in the 20th Century. Hairline cracks are now appearing on the white-glazed areas, but the thicker original cuts can still be identified, dividing the larger white areas into more manageable smaller pieces.

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  4. moma:

    Gustav Klimt’s stunning Adele Bloch-Bauer II, one of two formal portraits that the artist made of his patron, is now on view as a special long-term loan. 

    [Gustav Klimt. Adele Bloch-Bauer II. 1912. Oil on canvas. Private collection. © 2014 The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar]

    (vía holavicente)

     
  5. schoolyards:

    shvnyyy-e:

    zwamboobs:

    blazepress:

    Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

    Sick

    what the fuck

    the gays are mad

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  7. breakingbadamc:

    That moment when…

    (vía nuncamucho)