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Whale chart.  Matthew Fontaine Maury, 1851

Whale chart. Matthew Fontaine Maury, 1851

StanleyBrouwnThisWayBrouwnVueEnsemble psychogeographie

StanleyBrouwnThisWayBrouwnVueEnsemble psychogeographie

marshall islands navigation charts - Google Search

marshall islands navigation charts - Google Search

e08B3F9 Original Pilots Map   Bomber Raid on Cologne, WW2

e08B3F9 Original Pilots Map Bomber Raid on Cologne, WW2

7 Mystical Seals – PHOsphenes – Rock Art Symbols – Giordano Bruno – Hans Jenny – Cymatics – Ernest Chladni – Fibonacci | Alternative Thinking 37

7 Mystical Seals – PHOsphenes – Rock Art Symbols – Giordano Bruno – Hans Jenny – Cymatics – Ernest Chladni – Fibonacci | Alternative Thinking 37

Nabokov’s map of James Joyce’s Ulysses. | Null Entropy

Nabokov’s map of James Joyce’s Ulysses. | Null Entropy

squarecloud:  Robert Strati - technical drawing

squarecloud: Robert Strati - technical drawing

John Cage | “Mushroom Book, Plate X” (1972), lithograph, 22 1/2 x 15 inches each, Edition 51/75 | http://johncage.org

John Cage | “Mushroom Book, Plate X” (1972), lithograph, 22 1/2 x 15 inches each, Edition 51/75 | http://johncage.org

"He felt as though he were leaving himself behind, and by giving himself up to the movement of the streets, by reducing himself to a seeing eye, he was able to escape the obligation to think.... The world was outside of him, around him, before him, and the speed with which it kept changing made it impossible for him to dwell on any one thing for very long. Motion was of the essence.”   —Paul Auster, from "City of Glass" (1987).     Image from "City of Glass: The Graphic Novel" Picador (2004)…

"He felt as though he were leaving himself behind, and by giving himself up to the movement of the streets, by reducing himself to a seeing eye, he was able to escape the obligation to think.... The world was outside of him, around him, before him, and the speed with which it kept changing made it impossible for him to dwell on any one thing for very long. Motion was of the essence.” —Paul Auster, from "City of Glass" (1987). Image from "City of Glass: The Graphic Novel" Picador (2004)…

Page from Eadweard Muybridge's The Attitudes of Animals in Motion, showing the placement of a horse's hooves while walking, trotting, ambling, racking, cantering, and galloping.

Page from Eadweard Muybridge's The Attitudes of Animals in Motion, showing the placement of a horse's hooves while walking, trotting, ambling, racking, cantering, and galloping.

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