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Goethe  - Andy Warhol (1982)

Goethe  - Andy Warhol (1982)

"Goethe in Faust was every bit as much at odds with conventional morality as Nietzsche, but the old diplomatic fox of Wiemar was a bit more tactful and better-balanced man and knew how to get his point across quietly, without shrieking it from the rooftops as Nietzsche did.”

- William Barrett, Irrational Man: A Study in Existential Philosophy

Vivre sa vie - Jean-Luc Godard (1962)

Anna Karina dances to Michel Legrand.

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Jack-of all-trades (Jean Cocteau by Philippe Halsman)

"Certain organisms are born to become prey to drugs. they demand a corrective, without which they can have no contact with the outside world. They vegetate in the half-light. The world remains unreal, until some substance has given it body.” —Jean Cocteau via Opium: The Diary of a Cure via Writing on Drugs.

jahsonic:

Jack-of all-trades (Jean Cocteau by Philippe Halsman)

"Certain organisms are born to become prey to drugs. they demand a corrective, without which they can have no contact with the outside world. They vegetate in the half-light. The world remains unreal, until some substance has given it body.” —Jean Cocteau via Opium: The Diary of a Cure via Writing on Drugs.

Brigitte Bardot with Pablo Picasso - Jerome Brierre (1956)

Brigitte Bardot with Pablo Picasso - Jerome Brierre (1956)

Ball Chair - Eero Aarnio for Asko (1965)

SPACE ACE OPTIMISM

Ball Chair - Eero Aarnio for Asko (1965)

SPACE ACE OPTIMISM

(via barehypernation)

Spotty Chair - Peter Murdoch (1963)

A paper chair for children?

Spotty Chair - Peter Murdoch (1963)

A paper chair for children?

Just What is it That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? - Richard Hamilton (1956)

Just What is it That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing?
- Richard Hamilton (1956)

Whistling Tea Pot - Michael Graves for Alessi (1985)

Whistling Tea Pot - Michael Graves for Alessi (1985)

Denise Scott Brown in front of Las Vegas Strip - Robert Venturi (1966)


Brown had been a co-partner for over 22 years in their practice Venturi Scott Brown and Associates and played a critical role in the evolution of architectural theory and design alongside Venturi for over 30 years. She co-authored the 1977 book Learning from Las Vegas, among others.
However, her role as “wife” seemed to have trumped her role as an equal partner when the Pritzker jury chose to only honor her husband, Venturi.

Denise Scott Brown in front of Las Vegas Strip - Robert Venturi (1966)

Brown had been a co-partner for over 22 years in their practice Venturi Scott Brown and Associates and played a critical role in the evolution of architectural theory and design alongside Venturi for over 30 years. She co-authored the 1977 book Learning from Las Vegas, among others.

However, her role as “wife” seemed to have trumped her role as an equal partner when the Pritzker jury chose to only honor her husband, Venturi.

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