marcomazzoni:

the judge on my minimoleskine
lucyknisley:

Coffee and Donut Pairings! I drew this for Saveur last month. Check it here.
illustrativo:

Remedios Varo Uranga
This is the first sentence of the wiki article: “Remedios Varo was a Spanish-Mexican, para-surrealist painter and anarchist.”
The story goes on with witchcraft, magic, mythology, and Kabbalah and more. 
 
 illustrativo:

Remedios Varo Uranga
This is the first sentence of the wiki article: “Remedios Varo was a Spanish-Mexican, para-surrealist painter and anarchist.”
The story goes on with witchcraft, magic, mythology, and Kabbalah and more. 
 
 
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians (2012)
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.
letslivesuddenly:


‘Sorted Books’ [Artist Nina Katchadourian’s playfully arranged book spine sentences], is many things at the same time: a series of sculptures or photographs, or site-specific installations; a collection of short stories, or poems, or jokes; a work in which the ‘found object’ is subject alike to chance and the most painstaking choices; a delicate conceptual game with the horizontal and the vertical. But it is first of all an act of reading. We have to picture the artist at large between the bookshelves, scanning the spines for likely, or unlikely, meetings among their titles.

I absolutely adore these.

vibranium:

helloimashoutyman:

If you lose one sense, your other senses are enhanced.

That’s why people with no sense of humour have an increased sense of self-importance.

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(via jeffreybower)

cumberqueen:

strangersatthemall:

blahblahblahcaveclub:

Oh my god

SCREAMING

THIS IS SO PERFECT I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND
cumberqueen:

strangersatthemall:

blahblahblahcaveclub:

Oh my god

SCREAMING

THIS IS SO PERFECT I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND
deathlessdrivel:

salaaaaad!