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funeral-wreaths:

William James Webbe, The White Owl, 1856
This painting was recently discovered hidden in an attic in Hampshire, England, and eventually sold for £589,250 (nearly a million dollars) at Christie’s auction of Victorian art.

funeral-wreaths:

William James Webbe, The White Owl, 1856

This painting was recently discovered hidden in an attic in Hampshire, England, and eventually sold for £589,250 (nearly a million dollars) at Christie’s auction of Victorian art.

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

the-gas-station:

Nakagin Capsule Tower

by Kisho Kurakawa

The Nakagin Capsule Tower was designed to be the perfect machine for bachelor living.  Each 12x6x6 capsule, with porthole window at one end, was completely modular and adaptable to the needs of its particular inhabitant.  The full potential of the project was never realized and now exists as a testament to the modernist desire for pod living.

(Source: regularnew)