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How amazing it is to find someone who wants to hear about all the things that go on in your head.

— Nina LaCour, Hold Still (via itscherryamber)

(Source: poetrist, via thisuniverseisalive)

ymutate:

Robert W. Chanler
Leopard and Deer

ymutate:

Robert W. Chanler

Leopard and Deer

(via kuupjuur)

Brand New

—Play Crack The Sky

water-in-your-lungs:

Play Crack The Sky // Brand New

I know that this is what you want, a funeral keeps both of us apart. You know that you are not alone, need you like water in my lungs. This is the end.”

(via paaavstand)

picture from my weekend with my boyfriend. best weekend ever <33

picture from my weekend with my boyfriend. best weekend ever <33

berlin1991:

awwww-cute:

A different kind of cat circle

omg

berlin1991:

awwww-cute:

A different kind of cat circle

omg

switch-off-the-stars:

squidsqueen:

dw:

when did we replace the word “said” with “was like”

When it occured to us that “said” implies a direct quote, while “was like” clarifies that you mean to communicate the person’s tone and general point without quoting them word for word.

THANK YOU

(Source: pitiful, via sugarmagnolia-blossomsblooming)

asylum-art:

asylum-art:

Lana Sutra for United Colors of Benetton by Erik Ravelo

The global brand has successfully fulfilled an experimental project, created by a young Cuban artist at Fabrica, Erik Ravelo.
On the 6th of September of 2011, UCB hosted the simultaneous event in their three concept stores in Istanbul, Milan and Munich, as well as on the web for worldwide audiences, as they presented a series of 15 art installations signed by the artist, symbolizing the brand’s DNA spirit of unity in diversity.
The 15 installations of Lana Sutra are created as homage to the spirit of love that embodies our connection as one race and our strength as one unit, as well it also dedicated to the desire for an equal and sharing society. The project’s visuals are based on the famous Indian literature Kama Sutra, with the word Kama replaced by Lana, the Italian and Spanish word for wool, and sutra that means a thread which unites.
The installations represent sculptures of human couple that are made of clay and colorful woolen threads, uniting them and merging the bodies one to another as a symbol of unity when the different colors meet, which the colors itself are chosen from the brand’s shades of Fall Winter 2011-2012 collection ready to purchase at UCB local stores worldwide.

(via filthy-hippie-vibes)

Anastasia

—Once Upon A December

thedisneysongsblog:

Once Upon a December // Anastasia

Things my heart used to know
Things it years to remember
And a song someone sings
Once upon a December

(via happycontradiction)

marinaesque:

Inside The Grand Budapest Hotel

(via deadwylona)

strikerseureka:

Rhythm 0:
To test the limits of the relationship between performer and audience, Marina Abramović assigned a passive role to herself and allowed her audience to do “anything” to her using the 72 carefully chosen objects on the table next to her.

Instructions
There are 72 objects on the table that can be used on me as desired.

Performance
I am the object. During this time I take full responsibility.

6 hours (8 pm-2 am)
Studio Morra, Naples

List of some of the objects on the table:
gun, bullet, comb, whip, lipstick, pocket knife, perfume, cotton, flowers, matches, rose, candle, water, scarf, mirror, polaroid camera, chains, nails, needle, brush, bandage, scissors, pen, book, hat, handkerchief, kitchen knife, hammer, saw, newspaper, bread, wine, honey, salt, sugar, soap, cake, scalpel, metal spear, box of razor blades, flute, band aid, alcohol, coat, shoes, chair, grapes, olive oil, rosemary branch, apple…


Initially, members of the audience reacted with caution and modesty, but as time passed (and the artist remained impassive) people began to act more aggressively. As Abramović described it later:

"There was this person who cut my neck with a razor and drank my blood. There was another who gave me a rose and a third person who cut my clothes and who took the thorn of the rose and stuck it into my body. They undressed me, they didn’t rape me because their wives were there…the women would tell the men what to do to me. And there was one who came with a handkerchief and took my tears running down my face.

They carried me around, put me on the table and stab the knife between my legs. And then one man took the pistol, put the bullet and put it my hand and held it to my head to see if I would really pull the trigger by pressing my hand. And I didn’t have any resistance. And then came another person who took the pistol and threw it out of the window”

“It was kind of a lesson…I’m standing there, just dressed in T-shirt and black jeans and these are the object. So you also can not do anything, so why are you doing this? What is the public’s limit to the artist? There are so many interesting questions posed for this performance. And to see how the public really lose control - that’s kind of frightening.

“What I learned was that… if you leave it up to the audience, they can kill you.” … “I felt really violated: they cut up my clothes, stuck rose thorns in my stomach, one person aimed the gun at my head, and another took it away. It created an aggressive atmosphere. After exactly 6 hours, as planned, I stood up and started walking toward the audience. Everyone ran away, to escape an actual confrontation.”

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(Source: sophilalala, via brystvorte)


Mr. Bear’s Dream Bathroom Set (contents), 1996

Mr. Bear’s Dream Bathroom Set (contents), 1996

(Source: Flickr / lucychan80, via berlin1991)


Eraser, 1990

Eraser, 1990

(Source: Flickr / gommemania, via berlin1991)

algaecomplex:

my entire life in a picture

algaecomplex:

my entire life in a picture

(via weirdvoices)