Wednesday, January 12, 2011


Karl Blossfeldt, Bryonia alba White bryony, tendrils 8x, c. 1900

 Erwin Blumenfeld, Nude on Coca Cola Chair, 1944

 Josef Maria Eder, Aesculap-Snake, 1896

 Klavdij Sluban, Finland, 2001

 Robert Doisneau, La Tour Eiffel Tordue, 1965

 David Moore, Pole vault, Commonwealth Games, Perth, 1962

 Frantisek Drtikol, The Soul, 1930

 Barbara Morgan, Pure Energy and Neurotic Man, 1941

 Andreas Feininger, Navy Helicopter, 1949

 Unknown British Air Ministry Photographer
R.A.F. Raid on Hamburg, 1943

 Andre Kertesz, Nude Distortion, 1930s

 Bill Brandt, Belgravia, 1953

 Imogen Cunningham, Two sisters, c 1935

Nature is an infinite sphere of which the center is everywhere and the circumference nowhere.
Blaise Pascal, Pensées. 1670.

 Rudolf Koppitz, Motion Study, 1926

 Nick Brandt, Giraffe Fan, Aberdares, 2001

Henry Horenstein, Greater Kudu

 Man Ray, Tears, 1930

To save appearances; how gird the Sphere
With Centric and Eccentric scribbled o'er,
Cycle and Epicycle, Orb in Orb.

John Milton, Paradise Lost

 Peter Keetman, Spiegelnde Tropfen (Reflecting Drops), 1950

 Martin Miller, "The Gadget" (Trinity Atomic Bomb), 1945

 Hiromu Kira, The Thinker, c. 1930

 Aleksander Rodchenko, Shukhov tower, 1926

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mathematical Form: Surface 0002, 2004

 Paul Strand, Wire Wheel, 1917

 Peter Keetman, Rear Fenders, [Volkswagen Factory, Wolfsburg], 1953

 Margaret Bourke-White, Coiled Aluminum Rods, 1930

 Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Instrumental, 1931

 Edward Weston, Two Shells, 1927

 Andrew Kudless, P-Wall, 2006

 Nickolas Muray, 1922

 IG Metall Haus (Metall Trade Union House) in Berlin by
Erich Mendelsohn, 1929

 Hannes Kilian, Tower of Light, World Exposition Paris 1937

 1940: Men unloading a streamlined Mercedes Benz automobile down the ramp of a truck for a race at Avus, Berlin

 Tatra T-87 saloon car by Hans Ledwinka (1878-1967)
Manufactured by Tatra Werke, Czechoslovakia, 1937

 Man Ray, Compass, 1920


  1. Tatra 87 Tatraplan - thumb up.
    my place is like 20km next to the Tatra werk :-)