Tom of Finland, untitled (1968)
Pencil and watercolor by Lt. Francis Meynell, “Slave deck of the Albaroz, Prize to the Albatross, 1845”, shows Africans liberated by the British Navy. The Albanez (erroneously identified as Albaroz) was a Brazilian vessel, captured by the Royal Navy ship, Albatross, off the mouth of the Coanza/Cuanza River (in present-day Angola) in 1845. Meynell was mate on the Albatross, captained at the time by Reginald Yorke. According to the NMM records, the Albatross was commissioned in 1842 and cruised African waters until 1849.
John Baldessari, ‘Untitled (Palm Tree & Thumb)’ (2008)
Poster designed for the opening of The Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM) at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Work from ‘The Building a Pedantry of Lines’ (2013) by Sjoerd Westbroek
Damien Roach, ‘Concrete symbol’ (2010)
pencil drawing on paper of a randomly generated CAPTCHA