I enjoy Spanish spoken from the non-native speaker:) even if it’s just one word…
OH MY GOD
i am really enjoying the pattern and halloween colors on this adult chicken…i will make work using this…
my darkest one so far…spiffy:)
late night studio sessions:) hi!
Pierced ceramic basket, by Guillaume Delvigne and Ionna Vautrin
i must try this…
how to fuck with hunters 101
you could totally get away with murder with these literally i mean if you got blood on the soles and made a trail people would probably just think it was an animal attack
Tumblr is officially full of psychopaths.
We’re not psychopaths, we’re high functioning sociopaths. Do your research.
oh my god sherlock fandom that was a very psychopathic comment not sociopathic shut up
i would like a pair!
“Thought is the wind, knowledge the sail, and mankind the vessel.” Augustus Hare
Equality….I am not convinced that is the ideal state of being. It seems to me that the state of humanity is far too diverse and variegated to impose equality upon it. Perhaps it is all just matter of semantics….. To me Allowance would make more sense. This set up of rampant individualism and ruthless conformity pretty much guarantees that the wheels are going to fall off on a regular basis. Having set ourselves up as communities, factions, groups, ruthlessly categorizing and compartmentalizing ourselves and others…. We have become a world very much divided. And so I offer you one solitary black tear that cuts a path through this mask”
“People consider Los Angeles to be this chaotic, sprawling mess. This exhibition reveals that there is a plan, there is an order and a system to L.A. But I think its complexity is what makes it so interesting.” —Chris Alexander, curator
What is your L.A.?
On this week’s Getty Voices, curators Chris Alexander and Lyra Kilston are taking to social media and on-site informal “office hours” inside the exhibition at the Getty Center (Tuesday, May 14, 12-1pm; Wednesday, May 15, 12-1pm; and Thursday, May 16, 2-3pm) to hear your stories. L.A. is a complex place that perhaps is best described through a weaving of personal narratives.
Case Study House #22, Pierre Koenig: view of two women in white dresses, 1960, Julius Shulman. The Getty Research Institute, Julius Shulman Photography Archive.
Check out this amazing mirrored pavilion in Marseille designed by Foster + Partners. It’s nearly 150 feet long and its highly polished stainless steel is designed to reflect the people underneath it as well as Marseille’s World Heritage-listed harbour.
Check out this work by Chinese artist Zhang Huan, who said: “Anything in history can be borrowed, altered and reimagined by oneself. There are no limits in the field of art, if only there are no limits in your mind. People come from different races, with different colors of skin, different histories and cultures, different customs and traditions, and different languages and beliefs. But human nature is universal. Humans need belief. People need to look for different heroes who can speak to them.”