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Friend: So how do you think you've changed since high school?
Me: Well I became aware of oppressive power structures and how we are complicit in them and now seek to dismantle them.
Friend: ...
Me: I also think I got hotter.
snerkflerks:

asexual representation is important

snerkflerks:

asexual representation is important

c-crowley:

theofficialcitycouncil:

c-crowley:

dropping out of school to become an illegal wheat and wheat-by products dealer

EXCUSE YOU

SWEATS NERVOUSLY 

tattoos-and-ballgowns:

hierophilic:

outlawpoet:

aconnormanning:

"So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality"

Actual idol

when carrey is serious, it’s often devastating. i really wish he did more sincere stuff. 

holy fucking shit tho.

I needed this today

#THIS#SO MUCH#THIS IS WHAT I TOLD PEOPLE AT THE CDC ALL THE TIME#IT IS PERFECT
blastedheath:

Christo (b. 1935), Wrapped Armchair Project, 1990. Lithograph and screenprint with fabric collage, jute, twine and transparent polyethylene, 64 × 88.5 cm. Edition 71/100.

blastedheath:

Christo (b. 1935), Wrapped Armchair Project, 1990. Lithograph and screenprint with fabric collage, jute, twine and transparent polyethylene, 64 × 88.5 cm. Edition 71/100.

di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

hifructosemag:

Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed draws from the rich tradition of Middle Eastern carpet weaving to spin surreal creations that seem to defy physical laws — and the staticness of cultural relics. Sometimes his carpets appear to melt, their patterns dissolving into a pool of swirling colors like an oil slick, and other times they become three-dimensional, rising up in sharp spikes that defy the two-dimensional form. These are not carpets to be walked upon. Since we introduced Ahmed on the blog last May, he has created a new body of work that will debut at Cuadro Gallery in Dubai on September 14. A unique space in Dubai’s financial center, Cuadro is a non-profit gallery where Ahmed recently completed an artist residency. Take a look at some photos from Ahmed’s studio and his new works on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed draws from the rich tradition of Middle Eastern carpet weaving to spin surreal creations that seem to defy physical laws — and the staticness of cultural relics. Sometimes his carpets appear to melt, their patterns dissolving into a pool of swirling colors like an oil slick, and other times they become three-dimensional, rising up in sharp spikes that defy the two-dimensional form. These are not carpets to be walked upon. Since we introduced Ahmed on the blog last May, he has created a new body of work that will debut at Cuadro Gallery in Dubai on September 14. A unique space in Dubai’s financial center, Cuadro is a non-profit gallery where Ahmed recently completed an artist residency. Take a look at some photos from Ahmed’s studio and his new works on Hi-Fructose.

herzogtum-sachsen-weissenfels:

Francesco di Giorgio (Italian, 1439-1501), Madonna and Child with Angels (detail), c. 1468. Fresco, Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena, Siena, Italy.

herzogtum-sachsen-weissenfels:

Francesco di Giorgio (Italian, 1439-1501), Madonna and Child with Angels (detail), c. 1468. Fresco, Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena, Siena, Italy.

herzogtum-sachsen-weissenfels:

Thomas Wilmer Dewing (American, 1851-1938), The Evening Dress, before 1926. Pastel on brown paper cardboard, 36.2 x 27.9 cm.

herzogtum-sachsen-weissenfels:

Thomas Wilmer Dewing (American, 1851-1938), The Evening Dress, before 1926. Pastel on brown paper cardboard, 36.2 x 27.9 cm.

herzogtum-sachsen-weissenfels:

Mary Cassatt (American, 1844-1926), Margot in Orange Dress, 1902. Pastel on wove paper, mounted on canvas, 72.4 x 59.4 cm.

herzogtum-sachsen-weissenfels:

Mary Cassatt (American, 1844-1926), Margot in Orange Dress, 1902. Pastel on wove paper, mounted on canvas, 72.4 x 59.4 cm.

tammuz:

Relief from the Temple of Nabu in Khorsabad (Dur-Sharrukin), the capital of the Assyrian Empire. The remnants of the vivid colors painted on these walls can still be seen on this section. The Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.  
Photo by Babylon Chronicle

tammuz:

Relief from the Temple of Nabu in Khorsabad (Dur-Sharrukin), the capital of the Assyrian Empire. The remnants of the vivid colors painted on these walls can still be seen on this section. The Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.  

Photo by Babylon Chronicle

artruby:

Sheila Hicks at Galerie Frank Elbaz.

artruby:

Doug Aitken at Regen Projects.

soundtrack-for-lovers:

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soundtrack-for-lovers:

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