Åvicenna

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

centuriespast:

Jupiter Beguiled by Juno on Mount Ida
by James Barry
Date painted: 1790–1799
Oil on canvas, 130.2 x 155.4 cm
Collection: Museums Sheffield

centuriespast:

Jupiter Beguiled by Juno on Mount Ida

by James Barry

Date painted: 1790–1799

Oil on canvas, 130.2 x 155.4 cm

Collection: Museums Sheffield

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rick-owen:

W Magazine | May 2014 | by Ben Hassett

rick-owen:

W Magazine | May 2014 | by Ben Hassett

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ilivebytherulesoffashion:

Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2014

ilivebytherulesoffashion:

Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2014

magicsystem:

cerulean twilight by Heli Berg on Flickr.
artiebagagli:

Domenico Morelli - Bagno pompeiano (1861)

artiebagagli:

Domenico Morelli - Bagno pompeiano (1861)

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naimabarcelona:

September 8 2014 | Olivia Palermo at NYFW spring 2015

naimabarcelona:

September 8 2014 | Olivia Palermo at NYFW spring 2015

phe-nomenal:

Oscar De La Renta Spring 2015 RTW

phe-nomenal:

Oscar De La Renta Spring 2015 RTW

pixography:

Salvador Dali ~ “The Stillness of Time”, 1975

Also known as “La Noblesse du Temps, Persistance de la memoire”, Dali infused this masterpiece with elements he depicted during his own lifelong obsession with sex and the fleeting passage of time. With the bravura of an Old Master draftsman, Dalí delineates with great flourish the figures flanking the melting timepiece.
Sensuously rendered, Venus stands at the left holding a mirror, an attribute for vanity and lust.  She is self-absorbed and seemingly unaware that she is entangled in Vulcan’s net. At the right sits an angel, a divine messenger of life and death, in contemplation before the keeper of time in our waking state. In the dream state, however, the watch or clock is no longer relevant; our reality has morphed the distortion of time and memories become obfuscated. <source>

pixography:

Salvador Dali ~ “The Stillness of Time”, 1975

Also known as “La Noblesse du Temps, Persistance de la memoire”, Dali infused this masterpiece with elements he depicted during his own lifelong obsession with sex and the fleeting passage of time. With the bravura of an Old Master draftsman, Dalí delineates with great flourish the figures flanking the melting timepiece.

Sensuously rendered, Venus stands at the left holding a mirror, an attribute for vanity and lust.  She is self-absorbed and seemingly unaware that she is entangled in Vulcan’s net. At the right sits an angel, a divine messenger of life and death, in contemplation before the keeper of time in our waking state. In the dream state, however, the watch or clock is no longer relevant; our reality has morphed the distortion of time and memories become obfuscated. <source>

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cross-connect:

A small sample of work young and mysterious (very difficult to find any information about it) artist from Seoul, Republic of Korea - okArt.

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