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In 2005, the photographer Richard Barnes travelled to the southern outskirts of Rome, where he was mesmerized by the dynamic and coördinated displays of the region’s starling flocks, known as murmurations. Take a look at photos from Barnes’s series “Murmur,” now on view at the Foley Gallery, in New York: http://nyr.kr/1ejft1x
Above: “Murmur 01,” 2005.
Reblogged from The New Yorker
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Weekend inspiration: knitting a colorful sweater: Anna Maria Horner: Big Color.
"Our designs require a lot of handwork and are made with great attention to detail. We make everything from scratch, and it is amazing to see a plain piece of wood turn into something special … Our inspiration comes from a strong desire to create new and better things." — Audrius and Virginija
The Collection of Frank Maresca—Courtesy of Ricco/Maresca Gallery
A mesmerizing exhibition of some 250 vintage American employee ID badges imaginatively staged at the Ricco/Maresca Gallery is a sign of the times, revealing a distant world from our own.
One to check out.
Reblogged from LightBox