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The hobby of collecting includes seeking, acquiring, organizing, displaying, storing and maintaining whatever items are of interest to .

Cabinet of Curiosities...I need one of these.

My Cabinet - Cabinet of curiosities - Modern interpretation of a Wunderkammer

Boudoir Du Chaman

hisdarknostalgia: ryanmatthewcohn: Ryan Matthew’s Collection. Photo by Sergio Royzen.

cabinet of curiosities - dressing ideas for staircase - any bones or 'dead things' i.e. dead flowers or taxidermy etc

Cabinet of curiosities - plays with the notion of Vanitas. The objects in the cabinet are symbolic of different things. *use of bones and jars*

Domenico Remps, Cabinet of Curiosities, 1690s, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence Domenico Remps (also Rems) was an Italian painter of German or Flemish origin. He was active in the second half of 17th century in Venice and was a successful painter of Trompe-l’oeil paintings. This trompe-loeil painting representing a cabinet of curiosities blurs the boundary between real and fictitious space. Trompe-loeil, the French term for eye-deceiver, is a modern word for an old phenomenon: a…

This trompe-l’oeil painting of a cabinet of curiosities by Domenico Remps further blurs the boundary between nature and art, between real and fictitious spaces. (Domenico Remps, Cabinet of Curiosities, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence)

In pictures: The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities – Now. Here. This. – Time Out…

After a tremendously successful Kickstarter campaign, Viktor Wynd raised of his target and The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History is now officially open.