Typology of teeth. Journal of Archaeological Science.
Typology of ashtrays. Photography by Marija Konjikusic.
Typology of Italian portraits. Illustrated in a rare book in the Biblioteca estense universitaria digital collection.
Typology of Idaho potato cellars. Photography by Darren Clark.
Typology of Wisconsin deer stands by Jason Vaughn.
Spice vial collection. Via Etsy.
Scheurich pottery collection. West Germany, mid-century. Mighty Vintage.
The Mourners: a series of portraits documenting the ritual of wearing black as a signifier of perpetual mourning. In remembrance of those they have lost, all that sit for a portrait in the series wear black every day for the rest of their lives. Photography by Georgia Metaxas.
Discovered via Feature Shoot.
Typology of apples.
Paintbrush typology. Epoch Co.
Vintage packets of sewing needles. English shop.
Excited to collaborate with the Whitney Museum of American of Art on today’s typology : a collection of hand studies by Edward Hopper. An exclusive look into the Hopper Drawing exhibition opening to the general public tomorrow at the Whitney. If you’re a member you are able to enjoy it today!
These sketches plus dozens of other works by Hopper, many of which have never before been exhibited or researched, will be on view May 23-October 6, 2013. An incredible opportunity to look into Hopper’s creative process.
Hopper works © Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper, licensed by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; digital images courtesy of the Whitney.