August 27, 2014   31,655 notes
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Neil TaUrban Tube Snake, 2014

sickpage:

Neil Ta
Urban Tube Snake, 2014

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August 27, 2014   4,850 notes
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住生写集ー顔・空景・道 「ポラロイド SX-70」
日本カメラ、5月 Nippon Camera May Issue
- 荒木経惟, Araki Nobuyoshi

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住生写集ー顔・空景・道 「ポラロイド SX-70」

日本カメラ、5月 Nippon Camera May Issue

- 荒木経惟, Araki Nobuyoshi

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following back similar

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following back similar

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EVGENIY STEPANETS

Two of our most recent projects have shown you life within one todays prominent conflicts.These images show life before Ukraine’s recent fall into violence. Luhansk in the East of Ukraine, is trapped in a fight between Pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian Army. Once a bustling industrial city, now a ghost town, Luhansk was already looking desolated in these pre-conflict images. The desolation is disconcerting as a viewer. Where are the people who live there? Aesthetically, however, their emptiness is what makes them so appealing. See more of Evgeniy’s work here.

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August 27, 2014   73 notes

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David Shrigley

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Abstract 8 by Jack Vanzet

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Abstract 8 by Jack Vanzet

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August 26, 2014   105 notes
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Jeff Koons, ‘Woman In Tub’, 1988, Porcelain
"Woman in Tub, based on a postcard, depicts a female nude acting out a crude sexual joke in the bathtub. Jeff Koons explained: “There’s a snorkel and somebody is doing something to her under the water because she’s grabbing her breasts for protection. But the viewer also wants to victimize her.” The cartoonlike rendering of the form belies the exquisite hard-paste porcelain finish, typical of 18th-century Rococo figurines. Part of his Banality series, which is characterized by oddly eroticized, comic, and kitsch images, this work demonstrates Duchampian and Pop Art strategies of appropriation and, combining imagery from multiple sources, makes the primary subject taste itself.”

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Jeff Koons, ‘Woman In Tub’, 1988, Porcelain

"Woman in Tub, based on a postcard, depicts a female nude acting out a crude sexual joke in the bathtub. Jeff Koons explained: “There’s a snorkel and somebody is doing something to her under the water because she’s grabbing her breasts for protection. But the viewer also wants to victimize her.” The cartoonlike rendering of the form belies the exquisite hard-paste porcelain finish, typical of 18th-century Rococo figurines. Part of his Banality series, which is characterized by oddly eroticized, comic, and kitsch images, this work demonstrates Duchampian and Pop Art strategies of appropriation and, combining imagery from multiple sources, makes the primary subject taste itself.”

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I remember watching this film on the bus back from Wychavon competition with Burry Port, i cried sooo much and jock had to sit me down after we got off the bus to make sure i didn’t go home crying

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Xiao Wen Ju, Vogue China March 2012

Xiao Wen Ju, Vogue China March 2012

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“ When did loving yourself
become so rare, that it’s
revolutionary to do so? ”

(160/365) by (DS)

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