Sundays
Sundays
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(via FFFFOUND! | Tumblr)
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(via http://sangbleu.com/2014/08/13/hans-feurer-and-his-new-book/book/)
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(via FFFFOUND! | I Have Found a Good Thing -  this isn’t happiness™)
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bouncingwall:

Shinique Smith MFA
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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Gerald Brom

Tempest
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(via Interview: Berta Pfirsich / Blog / Need Supply Co.)
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nearlya:

Amy Pleasant.
Out From Under, 2011
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cross-connect:

Kiyoshi Okada is a math student with interests in logic taking a break from college in California. His blog, enchantedconsole, started as a research blog where he was writing an automated theorem prover. His blog became a GIF blog when he was experimenting with different ways to visualize the data he was creating and began creating data strictly for aesthetic purposes.
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cross-connect:

Kiyoshi Okada is a math student with interests in logic taking a break from college in California. His blog, enchantedconsole, started as a research blog where he was writing an automated theorem prover. His blog became a GIF blog when he was experimenting with different ways to visualize the data he was creating and began creating data strictly for aesthetic purposes.
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cross-connect:

Kiyoshi Okada is a math student with interests in logic taking a break from college in California. His blog, enchantedconsole, started as a research blog where he was writing an automated theorem prover. His blog became a GIF blog when he was experimenting with different ways to visualize the data he was creating and began creating data strictly for aesthetic purposes.
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cross-connect:

Kiyoshi Okada is a math student with interests in logic taking a break from college in California. His blog, enchantedconsole, started as a research blog where he was writing an automated theorem prover. His blog became a GIF blog when he was experimenting with different ways to visualize the data he was creating and began creating data strictly for aesthetic purposes.
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cross-connect:

Kiyoshi Okada is a math student with interests in logic taking a break from college in California. His blog, enchantedconsole, started as a research blog where he was writing an automated theorem prover. His blog became a GIF blog when he was experimenting with different ways to visualize the data he was creating and began creating data strictly for aesthetic purposes.
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cross-connect:

Kiyoshi Okada is a math student with interests in logic taking a break from college in California. His blog, enchantedconsole, started as a research blog where he was writing an automated theorem prover. His blog became a GIF blog when he was experimenting with different ways to visualize the data he was creating and began creating data strictly for aesthetic purposes.
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