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fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014

Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters

1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.

2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.

3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.

4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.

5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.

6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.

captainsunbeam:

Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon’s house (and the story of how they got it) is just like you imagined it, only cuter.

“I say that the remedy lies with the handicraftsmen, who are not ignorant of those things like the public, and who have no call to be greedy and isolated like the manufacturers or middlemen; the duty and honour of educating the public lies with them, and they have in them the seeds of order and organization which make that duty the easier.”

William Morris | The lesser arts

Enkel Dika: Extraordinary Observer/ Tree Of Life

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erbpfilms:

Shane Carruth and Amy Seimetz - Paris

erbpfilms:

Shane Carruth and Amy Seimetz - Paris

“Practically speaking, a life that is vowed to simplicity, appropriate boldness, good humor, gratitude, unstinting work and play, and lots of walking, brings us close to the actually existing world and its wholeness.”

Gary Snyder | The practice of the wild
plasmaterial:

finally finished these poorly drawn hands

plasmaterial:

finally finished these poorly drawn hands

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