Glass Candle Grenades
Glass Candle Grenades
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pretty-boy-luxx:

Showroom Dummies
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ceramicscherries:

Yoko Ono was a Japanese Fluxus artist who starting working the 50s and 60s through these things known as scores. Sometimes scores were shared between other fluxus artists and then sometimes they were shared out with the general public through performances like Ono’s Cut Piece or through the mail system. One of the main goals of these scores was to close the gap that Fluxus and post-modern artists saw between art and life. 

This particular score becomes extremely personal. Maybe just by reading it, the participant realized how negative, gossipy, or mean they have been. This score is a call to action to produce engaged citizens through a simple plea. I should try to do it again.

Week one.

This for forever. Gossip is viral, and I am so guilty.
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elisemesner:

Illustrated by Antonio, circa 1960s
elisemesner:

Illustrated by Antonio, circa 1960s
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Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy
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billdomonkos:

Invisible Man (Bill Domonkos, 2014) Adapted from vintage comics and the poetry of Maxwell Bodenheim.
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givemeinternet:

Blood Moon gif stabilized and slowed.
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gaytropolis:

watching rupaul’s drag race like
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mythologyofblue:

Moon Crater; Unknown; late 1850s; Salted paper print from a Collodion negative + 
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I am interested in the interaction between humans making things like the moons, stars, planets, galaxy, universe more tangible. This photograph at its time might’ve been incredibly groundbreaking, or maybe even ignored, but something drove the photographer to capture this crater. I think that humans are often driven by an insatiable appetite of curiosity and consumption of information or understanding. I think work that explores this human interaction would be interesting.
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That damn sun.
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