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    Montalcini, Rita Levi

    Rita Levi Montalcini is an Italian neurologist who, together with colleague Stanley Cohen, received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of Nerve growth factor (NGF). More importantly, she’s a fucking style icon.

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    Starworks

    Great blog.

     http://www.starworksny.com/blog/

    Panini, Giovanni Paolo

    Giovanni Paolo Panini was a painter and architect, who worked in Rome and is mainly known as one of the vedutisti (“view painters”). As a painter, Panini is best known for his vistas of Rome, in which he took a particular interest in the city’s antiquities.

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    Damien Poulain

    Nice French graphic designer.

    Dalkey Archive

    http://www.dalkeyarchive.com/

    Haese, Günter

    Günter Haese

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    Outside the Ivory Tower

    http://outsidetheivorytower.blogspot.com/

    Groebli, René

    Insane shot by René Groebli. Almost like the cigarette scene in the beginning of Mauvais Sang.

    Guinevere van Seenus

    Caux, Von Jour

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    Seeking spiritual fulfillment, in 1971 he turned his back on the business world to reinvent himself as Von Jour Caux, leader of a troupe of artists and craftsmen known as Art Complex. They took the nouveau riche country by storm, completing over ten major projects until society’s appetite for extravagance vanished with the mid-90′s housing bubble . Private residences, condominiums, nursing homes—while the decorations by gaudy, the structures themselves never be wasteful, with the Philosopher’s Stone being one of their most eye-catching offerings.

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    Frederick II

    In 1211, Frederick II, Emperor of Germany, in an attempt to discover the natural “language of God,” raised dozens of children in silence. God’s preferred language never emerged; the children never spoke any language and all ultimately died in childhood. More on language deprivation experiments.

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis

    Edgar Martins

    Sutyagin, Nikolai

    Russian gangsta built it.

    Truck Furniture

    Truck Furniture. Why is Japanese furniture so amazing?

     
     
     

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