jaredpattonplock:

Throw Back Thursday
To earlier this year @ The Warhol Museum channeling my inner Andy

jaredpattonplock:

Throw Back Thursday

To earlier this year @ The Warhol Museum channeling my inner Andy

blastedheath:

Chris Fennell (American, b. 1966), A Crash Without A Sound, 2013. Acrylic, glitter, cut painted paper, sequins and acryloid resin on canvas over panel, 60 × 48 in.

blastedheath:

Chris Fennell (American, b. 1966), A Crash Without A Sound, 2013. Acrylic, glitter, cut painted paper, sequins and acryloid resin on canvas over panel, 60 × 48 in.

(via 2headedsnake)

hyperallergic:

Justin Rubich, ”Parallel Skies I” (2013), duct tape on canvas, 16 x 12”

hyperallergic:

Justin Rubich, ”Parallel Skies I” (2013), duct tape on canvas, 16 x 12”

paintedout:

Willem de Kooning, Landscape at Stanton Street

paintedout:

Willem de Kooning, Landscape at Stanton Street

(via ecstatic-hysteria)

efedra:

Soliloquio, 1995 by José Damasceno

efedra:

Soliloquio, 1995 by José Damasceno

(via chadwys)

7knotwind:

ALICE AYCOCK
sand/fans
2008 (recreation)
1971 (original)


“…it happens over time: Little piles of sand make ripples and waves and little dunes. It takes hours.”

euliss:

Margo Wolowiec, Horizon Line, 2013 — hand woven polyester, cotton, dye sublimation ink, 25 x 28”

euliss:

Margo Wolowiec, Horizon Line, 2013 — hand woven polyester, cotton, dye sublimation ink, 25 x 28”

(Source: lostinurbanism, via grupaok)

jreuss:

Untitled
2014. Acrylics on paper. 30x40 cm
By John Reuss
 

jreuss:

Untitled

2014. Acrylics on paper. 30x40 cm

By John Reuss

 

2headedsnake:

Seung-Hwan Oh

(Source: seunghwan-oh.com, via jaredpattonplock)

colleenheslin:

Colleen HeslinPorch Light at the Crack of Dawn, ink and dye on cotton, 36x24”, 2014

colleenheslin:

Colleen Heslin
Porch Light at the Crack of Dawn, ink and dye on cotton, 36x24”, 2014

theories-of:

GARTH EVANS  Canal No. 9, 1982

theories-of:

GARTH EVANS  Canal No. 9, 1982

(Source: sofietumbls)

felixinclusis:

fabionardini: Costică Axinte was a Romanian army photographer during World War I who, following his discharge, opened a small commercial studio in Slobozia, about 80 miles east of Bucharest. For two decades after the war, he was likely the only professional photographer in the country, and by the time of his death in 1984, he had built an archive of epic, anthropological scope containing upwards of 5,000 glass-plate negatives and several hundred prints.

felixinclusis:

fabionardiniCostică Axinte was a Romanian army photographer during World War I who, following his discharge, opened a small commercial studio in Slobozia, about 80 miles east of Bucharest. For two decades after the war, he was likely the only professional photographer in the country, and by the time of his death in 1984, he had built an archive of epic, anthropological scope containing upwards of 5,000 glass-plate negatives and several hundred prints.

(Source: Flickr / costicaacsinte)

putthison:

"When I was young there were beatniks. Hippies. Punks. Gangsters. Now you’re a hacktivist. Which I would probably be if I was 20. Shuttin’ down MasterCard. But there’s no look to that lifestyle! Besides just wearing a bad outfit with bad posture. Has WikiLeaks caused a look? No! I’m mad about that. If your kid comes out of the bedroom and says he just shut down the government, it seems to me he should at least have an outfit for that."
- John Waters on the sorry style of today’s rebels  

putthison:

"When I was young there were beatniks. Hippies. Punks. Gangsters. Now you’re a hacktivist. Which I would probably be if I was 20. Shuttin’ down MasterCard. But there’s no look to that lifestyle! Besides just wearing a bad outfit with bad posture. Has WikiLeaks caused a look? No! I’m mad about that. If your kid comes out of the bedroom and says he just shut down the government, it seems to me he should at least have an outfit for that."

- John Waters on the sorry style of today’s rebels  

(via nothing-as-inconspicuous)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gabríela Friðriksdóttir

From Inside the Core

2011