1. This little piggy had roast beef & this little piggy had none

    2005 (2) pieces 24x18x18” (each approx.) leather, wood, sand, thread

    Sculptures by David Page

  2. Writing Device by Laure Drogoul

  3. Beautiful big old marbled paper via

  4. Opticks is a book by English natural philosopher Isaac Newton that was published in English in 1704.[1] (A scholarly Latin translation appeared in 1706.) The book analyses the fundamental nature of light by means of the refraction of light with prisms and lenses, thediffraction of light by closely spaced sheets of glass, and the behaviour of color mixtures with spectral lights or pigment powders. It is considered one of the great works of science in history. Opticks was Newton’s second major book on physical science.”

    Good name. via

  5. Via Men’s Acne Studios f/w ‘14

  6. Abu Dhabi via CN Traveler

  7. A two-hour drive south of Abu Dhabi, Anantara’s Qasr Al Sarab Resort is a “true oasis in the desert,” says Helou. “The wonderfully plush rooms have Arabian arches and terraces that look out over the palm-ringed pool toward the dunes.” ” via Condé Nast Traveler

  8. View of sculptures in the exhibition: Glass I, 1977 ( the side view, typical of a Lichtenstein sculpture ) Glass II, 1976 and Lamp on a Table, 1977. via

  9. Roy Lichtenstein, Lamp on Table, 1977, bronze, painted and patinated, edition 3/3, 74 x 34 3/4 x 18 in., Private collection © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

  10. manifest05:

    An Exhibition Center in Kuwait City by PACE in 1975-1979. The building features arabesque arches clad in white stone, typical of the Kuwaiti cityscape. It is a play on simple lines and curved arches that creates an aesthetically pleasing minimal feel.

    (via creeksidedubai)

  11. Crazy image. Albert Speer. “The Great Hall Project in 1941. It was never built as the war situation deteriorated.” via