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Eva Seidenfaden | Vissinggaard

Eva Seidenfaden | Vissinggaard

I almost pinned this on my "Good train wrecks" board - bottles with bird heads and doll legs - creepy but intriguing at the same time

I almost pinned this on my "Good train wrecks" board - bottles with bird heads and doll legs - creepy but intriguing at the same time

Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight. i need to go see this one day

Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight. i need to go see this one day

Green Faience Canopic Jar Lid of Qebehsenuef. Probably Late Period, 724-333 B.C.

Green Faience Canopic Jar Lid of Qebehsenuef. Probably Late Period, 724-333 B.C.

An artist took the concept of being see through too literally. This statue, created by Bruno Catalano, is located in France.

An artist took the concept of being see through too literally. This statue, created by Bruno Catalano, is located in France.

Africa | Bracelet from the Igbo people of Nigeria | 19th - 20th century | Copper alloy

Africa | Bracelet from the Igbo people of Nigeria | 19th - 20th century | Copper alloy

Marvelous stones reveal their contents thanks to zipper - detailverliebt.de

Wundersame Steine offenbaren dank Reißverschluss ihren Inhalt

Marvelous stones reveal their contents thanks to zipper - detailverliebt.de

Funerary lion, Greek, about 390 B.C. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Funerary lion, Greek, about 390 B.C. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Right Eye from an Anthropoid Coffin (Egypt, 1539–30 B.C.)

Right Eye from an Anthropoid Coffin (Egypt, 1539–30 B.C.)

DKR - Inuit - Gietklei (sanitair project)

DKR - Inuit - Gietklei (sanitair project)

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