weirdvintage:

Hermann Peschel (right) lost his left arm and his right arm below the elbow in the First World War. The grip of his artificial arm was controlled by his left shoulder, 1920s (via)

weirdvintage:

Hermann Peschel (right) lost his left arm and his right arm below the elbow in the First World War. The grip of his artificial arm was controlled by his left shoulder, 1920s (via)

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Hans Richter’s Stills from “Rhythmus 21- Film Is Rhythm”, 1921

Stills from Mary Ellen Bute’s “Tarantella”, 1940

Ralf und Florian 

Ralf und Florian 

theswinginsixties:

Vittoriano Vigano interior design, 1960

God let me live in

theswinginsixties:

Vittoriano Vigano interior design, 1960

God let me live in

Florian and Ralf at an exhibition in Paris (October 1976), called Les Machines Célibataires

Florian and Ralf at an exhibition in Paris (October 1976), called Les Machines CĂ©libataires

… To everyone!

… To everyone!

Sight. Hearing. Taste. Smell. Touch.

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