mostly, Drawings

mediumaevum:

Medieval Graffiti - not so rare after all

A project to record the graffiti, which began in Norfolk, has now been rolled out to other areas and is gradually spreading across England.

Armed with just a torch and a camera, a team of volunteers have recorded more than 28,000 images from churches in Norfolk alone and are a third of the way through searching Norwich Cathedral, where there are many more examples. Read on

(via paisagens)

Angels

blastedheath:

Victor Brauner (Romanian, 1903-1966), Monsieur K, 26 January 1944. Walnut stain, wax and traces of graphite on paper, 64 x 49 cm.

blastedheath:

Victor Brauner (Romanian, 1903-1966), Monsieur K, 26 January 1944. Walnut stain, wax and traces of graphite on paper, 64 x 49 cm.

bofransson:

House on the Shore
Edward Hopper - 1924

bofransson:

House on the Shore

Edward Hopper - 1924

newyorker:

On the newly redesigned newyorker.com, our entire archive—dating back to 2007—will be available, for free, through the fall. Take a look. We hope you enjoy it.
Read more about the changes, in a note from our editors: http://nyr.kr/1rDjmZ0
Illustration by Barry Blitt.

newyorker:

On the newly redesigned newyorker.com, our entire archive—dating back to 2007—will be available, for free, through the fall. Take a look. We hope you enjoy it.

Read more about the changes, in a note from our editors: http://nyr.kr/1rDjmZ0

Illustration by Barry Blitt.