Honeysuckle (Furnishing Fabric) by William Morris (1876)
The Museum of Science and Industry (formerly the Palace of Fine Arts for the Columbian Exposition of 1893, then called the Field Museum until the 1920s) at twilight, Jackson Park,1900, Chicago.
Léonard Gaultier, Alexandre Vallée, Anatomic Plates, 1586. Engraving. France. GRI Digital Collections.
Used in the preface to my 1947 black sheepskin edition of Manly P. Hall’s “Man: Grand Symbol Of The Mysteries; Essays In Occult Anatomy”. Thank you very much for sharing.
I have the same book and is my reason for sharing :)
I feel as though it would be a great loss to not hold a private discussion on the book’s more esoteric dimensions with you.
Send me a message if you please! Out of everything in this book, the opening chapter titled ‘Restating the Theory of Education’ has stuck with me the most for some reason. My copy of this is actually torn completely apart as it is my current bookbinding project. It needed rebound severely. It had horribly brittle glue and large sections of pages falling out.
Rana Hamadeh, Craters Formed by Fallen Meteorites, Arizona, press photo, 1942 — from her exhibition A River in A Sea in A River, 2014 at KIOSK, Ghent. Hamadeh is in the exhibition Many Places at Once which opens Thursday, April 17 at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco. On Friday evening is her lecture-performance Al Karantina. She’s brilliant and not to be missed.
Offerings of Sacrifice presented to the Gods. Lift this Corporeal Veil and behold what was not meant to be SEEN.
new patch for my workbag. from kimberlin.co