I’d never heard of Franz Marc until today and I’m pretty obviously in love.

Tiger, Franz Marc (1912)

Tiger, Franz Marc (1912)

The Fate of the Animals, Franz Marc (1913)

The Fate of the Animals, Franz Marc (1913)

Roe Deer in the Forest, Franz Marc (1914)

Roe Deer in the Forest, Franz Marc (1914)

The Bewitched Mill, Franz Marc (1913)

The Bewitched Mill, Franz Marc (1913)

The Foxes, Franz Marc (1913) 

The Foxes, Franz Marc (1913) 

This is a really interesting inversion! I like how they put Passy and the 7th on the UES.

At my school, there’s a Lego pointillist reproduction of Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s portrait of Monet — Monet peignant dans son jardin à Argenteuil (1873) — in the main instructional building.

I got my first espresso (just your typical café) while in America… It was from Starbucks. It was awful, and they spelled my name entirely wrong. I’ll stick to the holiday drinks there, from now on.

I got my first espresso (just your typical café) while in America… It was from Starbucks. It was awful, and they spelled my name entirely wrong. I’ll stick to the holiday drinks there, from now on.

vintagenatgeographic:

Boys walking down a street in France.
National Geographic | November 1952

vintagenatgeographic:

Boys walking down a street in France.

National Geographic | November 1952

vintagenatgeographic:

Normandy, France before World War II Operation Overlord that destroyed much of the region. National Geographic pictures like this were used as models to restore the war ravaged cities.National Geographic | August 1943

vintagenatgeographic:

Normandy, France before World War II Operation Overlord that destroyed much of the region. National Geographic pictures like this were used as models to restore the war ravaged cities.
National Geographic | August 1943

plays

Me, eating French cheeses in France and talkin’ bout it.

backwardsriver:

The view around 22.30h from the Deuxièm Étage of La Tour Eiffel. 
Some Aperture play made the colors come out that way. 

backwardsriver:

The view around 22.30h from the Deuxièm Étage of La Tour Eiffel. 

Some Aperture play made the colors come out that way.