Åvicenna

I dedicate my blog to my idol Avicenna (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avicenna). In this blog we talk about fashion, art, philosofy, music, lifestyles

naimabarcelona:

B&W
womensweardaily:

They Are Wearing: Coachella Weekend One
iheartstylenina:


b l o w n a w a y

Style Nina for 500x1

iheartstylenina:

b l o w n a w a y

Style Nina for 500x1

(Source: logikhsterhtiko)

c-l-o-w-n:

Laocoön was killed by snake biting after attempting to expose the ruse of the Trojan Horse by striking it with a spear. The snakes were sent by Poseidon and were interpreted by the Trojans as proof that the horse was a sacred object.

c-l-o-w-n:

Laocoön was killed by snake biting after attempting to expose the ruse of the Trojan Horse by striking it with a spear. The snakes were sent by Poseidon and were interpreted by the Trojans as proof that the horse was a sacred object.

enchantedsleeper:

The Temple of Eros (1888), Herbert Gustave Schmalz

enchantedsleeper:

The Temple of Eros (1888), Herbert Gustave Schmalz

nevernottired:

Nike of Samothrace, 190 BCE

nevernottired:

Nike of Samothrace, 190 BCE

(Source: Flickr / markop)

welkinlions:

Statue of Neptune

The Fountain of Neptune is a fountain in Florence, Italy, situated on the Piazza della Signoria (Signoria square), in front of the Palazzo Vecchio. The fountain was commissioned in 1565 and is the work of the sculptor Bartolomeo Ammannati.

This work by Bartolomeo Ammannati (1563–1565) and some assistants, such as Giambologna, was commissioned on the occasion of the wedding of Francesco I de’ Medici with Johanna of Austria in 1565. The assignment had first been given to Baccio Bandinelli, who designed the model but he died before he could start working on the block of Apuan marble.

welkinlions:

Statue of Neptune

The Fountain of Neptune is a fountain in Florence, Italy, situated on the Piazza della Signoria (Signoria square), in front of the Palazzo Vecchio. The fountain was commissioned in 1565 and is the work of the sculptor Bartolomeo Ammannati.

This work by Bartolomeo Ammannati (1563–1565) and some assistants, such as Giambologna, was commissioned on the occasion of the wedding of Francesco I de’ Medici with Johanna of Austria in 1565. The assignment had first been given to Baccio Bandinelli, who designed the model but he died before he could start working on the block of Apuan marble.

(Source: Flickr / kimberlykay923)

urbansystem:

Alexandro Vasmoulakis - (Greek, b.1980)
on the side of a building 

urbansystem:

Alexandro Vasmoulakis - (Greek, b.1980)

on the side of a building