Gott will auch weg. Verkaufen.
Ende Aus! Er ist nicht von dieser Erde und will diese an den Käufer
verkaufen. Loswerden. Cash einsacken und ein schönes
Restleben haben, was immer das sein soll. Vorstellen kann er sich
das nicht, dazu fehlt Gott die Hingabe, außerdem muss er sich
auf etwas anderes konzentrieren.
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Reflected Landscapes by Victoria Siemer
Reflected Landscapes by Victoria Siemer
Reflected Landscapes by Victoria Siemer
Reflected Landscapes by Victoria Siemer
Reflected Landscapes by Victoria Siemer
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Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
The Prehistory of the image, comisariada por Hicham Khalidi , del 13 al 23 de Febrero en el Centro STUK de arte , en Lovaina, Bégica, dentro del festival Artefact 2014
Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
The Prehistory of the image, comisariada por Hicham Khalidi , del 13 al 23 de Febrero en el Centro STUK de arte , en Lovaina, Bégica, dentro del festival Artefact 2014
Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
The Prehistory of the image, comisariada por Hicham Khalidi , del 13 al 23 de Febrero en el Centro STUK de arte , en Lovaina, Bégica, dentro del festival Artefact 2014
Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
The Prehistory of the image, comisariada por Hicham Khalidi , del 13 al 23 de Febrero en el Centro STUK de arte , en Lovaina, Bégica, dentro del festival Artefact 2014
Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
The Prehistory of the image, comisariada por Hicham Khalidi , del 13 al 23 de Febrero en el Centro STUK de arte , en Lovaina, Bégica, dentro del festival Artefact 2014
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The Nymph of Amalthea, 1780s
Amalthea was a Greek nymph or naiad and the foster mother of Zeus on Mt. Ida in Crete, in Greek mythology. Amalthea gathered corybantes around her to make noise to disguise the sound of a crying infant so that Zeus could not be found by his father Cronus.
Amalthea is sometimes represented as a goat, one of whose horns Zeus broke off and in recompense gave Amalthea a never-empty horn of plenty. Alternately, Amalthea fed the young Zeus from the horn. Amalthea may have been the daughter of Oceanus. The skin of Amalthea or a goat may have provided the aegis of Zeus (or Athena), although another version has the god using the head of Medusa as the centerpiece on his shield.
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Holdger Schilling // ornamentally re-branded building parts - raw concrete.
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collective-history:

Erotic Roman coins used as tokens for entrance in Roman brothels
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Stick-On Circuit Could Put Your Phone On Your Finger For Pocket Change via @FastCoDesign
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© Jana Sterbak, Remote control
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