Denia, 21, from Brooklyn. I work at The Cloisters. Take a look around. Let me know if you need anything, okay?

 

diphylleia grayi (skeleton flower). the petals turn transparent with the rain.

(Source: sixpenceee)

beatonna:


the fact that this is to the tune of “Oh How They Did Firk It” seems spot on to me.
Jerk it and Ferk it

beatonna:

the fact that this is to the tune of “Oh How They Did Firk It” seems spot on to me.

Jerk it and Ferk it

ancientart:

Foundation plaques B (photo 1) and A (photo 2), dating to the early 4th century BCE. Both these plaques of hammered gold have been inscribed in Old Persian, and are from Iran during the Achaemenid period.

Artefacts courtesy of the Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio, USA. Photos taken by Daderot via the Wiki Commons.