a box of sky
Just passing through.
a box of sky
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digg:

Azuma Makoto sends flowers to space in his latest installation piece, Exobiotanica.
digg:

Azuma Makoto sends flowers to space in his latest installation piece, Exobiotanica.
digg:

Azuma Makoto sends flowers to space in his latest installation piece, Exobiotanica.
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pixography:

Jonathan Wolstenholme ~ "Books on Books"
Jonathan Wolstenholme is an British painter and illustrator best known for his amazingly detailed works deriving from a love of old books. “Books on Books” is a series of illustrations in which the book world is being described by… the books.
pixography:

Jonathan Wolstenholme ~ "Books on Books"
Jonathan Wolstenholme is an British painter and illustrator best known for his amazingly detailed works deriving from a love of old books. “Books on Books” is a series of illustrations in which the book world is being described by… the books.
pixography:

Jonathan Wolstenholme ~ "Books on Books"
Jonathan Wolstenholme is an British painter and illustrator best known for his amazingly detailed works deriving from a love of old books. “Books on Books” is a series of illustrations in which the book world is being described by… the books.
pixography:

Jonathan Wolstenholme ~ "Books on Books"
Jonathan Wolstenholme is an British painter and illustrator best known for his amazingly detailed works deriving from a love of old books. “Books on Books” is a series of illustrations in which the book world is being described by… the books.
pixography:

Jonathan Wolstenholme ~ "Books on Books"
Jonathan Wolstenholme is an British painter and illustrator best known for his amazingly detailed works deriving from a love of old books. “Books on Books” is a series of illustrations in which the book world is being described by… the books.
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smile-cause-life-is-beautiful:

taansy:

un-flume:

boreful:

untrustyou:

Painting by Lee Price

THIS IS A PAINTING WHAT? ??? ?

she’s got way to much talent

i love this so much

CAN SOMONE PROVE TO ME THIS IS A PAINTING BECAUSE I CANT SEEM TO BELIEVE IT. IM SO STUNNED RN
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photojojo:

The image above looks like a scan gone wrong , right? Nope. It’s an intricately carved furniture piece by Ferruccio Laviani. Yeah, we were blown away too.
Meticulously Carved Sculpture Looks Like a Scanner Glitch
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juxtapozmag:

Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm: The Future of Sex
http://bit.ly/1rehsQN
juxtapozmag:

Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm: The Future of Sex
http://bit.ly/1rehsQN
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artofoverwhelm:

Egon Schiele
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oni-fukucho:

Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861) Tsumagome: Abe no Yasuna and the Fox Kuzunoha  Series;Sixty-nine Post Stations of the Kisokaido Road, 1852 - 1853The nobleman Abe no Yasuna once rescued a fox by battling the hunter who had trapped it. The fox returned to visit him as a beautiful young lady named Kuzunoha in order to tend the wound he sustained in the fight. They married and had a child, but the couple’s son caught a glimpse of her true form so she decided to leave her family. Here, Kuzunoha appears in ghostly form as she changes back into a fox, her young son looking up at her curiously, tugging at the hem of her transparent robe. Her husband watches in surprise from between the sliding shoji screens, where she has written a farewell note on the paper. She smiles at him one last time before returning to her true nature.
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modeststreetfashion:

I snagged this shot of Hasana in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I told the sister it would take us 3 minutes to shoot. I actually got this shot in 2 snaps. We were all excited about how nice it turned out. It’s always easy to grab a good snap when the subject is as fun and stylish as she was. That’s the case with most of the people I’ve captured thus far, all fun & stylish!
By: Langston HuesKuala Lumpur, Malaysia#modeststreetfashion #modestfashion
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saracwynar:

Contemporary Floral Arrangement 5 (A Compact Mass), 2014
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joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
joeyisweet:

asylum-art:

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji’s Mosque ceiling in Iran
The Dome of the Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan Iran
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Imam Mosque in Isfahan
The Ceiling of the Fifth Floor of Ali Qapu in Isfahan
The Vakil Mosque in Shiraz
The Nasīr Al Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque in Shiraz
The Jame Mosque of Yazd
Chehel Sotoun
The Vakil Bathhouse in Shiraz

🙏
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Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar at the Monterey Pop Festival, 1967.
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eugenialoli:

“Black Hole Trap, Aka Cosmic Quicksand" by Eugenia Loli.
Free shipping on my collages this weekend when clicking through this link.
Gallery | Shop | Tumblr | Flickr | Facebook
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humans-of-pdx:

“My name’s Happy. My friends gave me the name. My birth name is Christian, but I don’t go by it at all. I just hitched a ride from Idaho with some people coming back from Rainbow Gathering. Before Idaho, my friends Clutters and Dumpster Baby and I hopped a freight train from Utah. We spent four hours in a dumpster with a tarp over us while it just rained and rained on us before we left. Now I’m waiting for my friend Rat Boy to come meet up with me. He’s never been to Portland before so he’s off wandering. We might see if we can find a punk show to go to tonight, and then we have a squat house we’re going to crash at.” “How is hopping freight trains different than hitchhiking?” “Well for better or worse, you’re usually you’re alone for 24 hours on a train. Sometimes the cops bust you. I’ve been busted before. I met some kids that wanted to hop a train and had never done it so I took ‘em. Usually you’re supposed to throw your pack first and then kind of start running before you jump, otherwise you’ll just fall. I watched ‘em do it and they both just rolled. But they were ok. A few cuts and the worst thing was one guy got a bruised knee.” “How did you start off this life of wandering?” “I grew up in LA, in not the best of neighborhoods. I was used to always hanging on the streets. Then when I was 15 or 16 some friends of mine told me about a squat house in another city and we hopped a train and went there. I love the community of it, kids all helping each other out. There’s even a web forum where people will tell each other where to stay, who to look out for, or a place where you can get fed and things like that.”“It sounds like such an adventure! I wish I could come take photos of it all.”“I had a bunch of photos on my phone, but I dropped it on the tracks once, and that was the end of that. It’s not all great though. A lot of kids I know are on meth and I have a friend who got Hep C from sharing needles. Not me, I’m a straight edge. That’s what these tattoos are about.” He held out his hands.“What about the one on your face?”“My family is indigenous and my great grandfather completely tried to deny and hide his heritage. And then his son, my grandfather, tried to embrace it. I’d seen a photo of him with these markings, so I had a friend tattoo it on me.” “What does it represent?” “I’m not sure. My family doesn’t even know what tribe. But I wanted to embrace my heritage.”
humans-of-pdx:

“My name’s Happy. My friends gave me the name. My birth name is Christian, but I don’t go by it at all. I just hitched a ride from Idaho with some people coming back from Rainbow Gathering. Before Idaho, my friends Clutters and Dumpster Baby and I hopped a freight train from Utah. We spent four hours in a dumpster with a tarp over us while it just rained and rained on us before we left. Now I’m waiting for my friend Rat Boy to come meet up with me. He’s never been to Portland before so he’s off wandering. We might see if we can find a punk show to go to tonight, and then we have a squat house we’re going to crash at.” “How is hopping freight trains different than hitchhiking?” “Well for better or worse, you’re usually you’re alone for 24 hours on a train. Sometimes the cops bust you. I’ve been busted before. I met some kids that wanted to hop a train and had never done it so I took ‘em. Usually you’re supposed to throw your pack first and then kind of start running before you jump, otherwise you’ll just fall. I watched ‘em do it and they both just rolled. But they were ok. A few cuts and the worst thing was one guy got a bruised knee.” “How did you start off this life of wandering?” “I grew up in LA, in not the best of neighborhoods. I was used to always hanging on the streets. Then when I was 15 or 16 some friends of mine told me about a squat house in another city and we hopped a train and went there. I love the community of it, kids all helping each other out. There’s even a web forum where people will tell each other where to stay, who to look out for, or a place where you can get fed and things like that.”“It sounds like such an adventure! I wish I could come take photos of it all.”“I had a bunch of photos on my phone, but I dropped it on the tracks once, and that was the end of that. It’s not all great though. A lot of kids I know are on meth and I have a friend who got Hep C from sharing needles. Not me, I’m a straight edge. That’s what these tattoos are about.” He held out his hands.“What about the one on your face?”“My family is indigenous and my great grandfather completely tried to deny and hide his heritage. And then his son, my grandfather, tried to embrace it. I’d seen a photo of him with these markings, so I had a friend tattoo it on me.” “What does it represent?” “I’m not sure. My family doesn’t even know what tribe. But I wanted to embrace my heritage.”
humans-of-pdx:

“My name’s Happy. My friends gave me the name. My birth name is Christian, but I don’t go by it at all. I just hitched a ride from Idaho with some people coming back from Rainbow Gathering. Before Idaho, my friends Clutters and Dumpster Baby and I hopped a freight train from Utah. We spent four hours in a dumpster with a tarp over us while it just rained and rained on us before we left. Now I’m waiting for my friend Rat Boy to come meet up with me. He’s never been to Portland before so he’s off wandering. We might see if we can find a punk show to go to tonight, and then we have a squat house we’re going to crash at.” “How is hopping freight trains different than hitchhiking?” “Well for better or worse, you’re usually you’re alone for 24 hours on a train. Sometimes the cops bust you. I’ve been busted before. I met some kids that wanted to hop a train and had never done it so I took ‘em. Usually you’re supposed to throw your pack first and then kind of start running before you jump, otherwise you’ll just fall. I watched ‘em do it and they both just rolled. But they were ok. A few cuts and the worst thing was one guy got a bruised knee.” “How did you start off this life of wandering?” “I grew up in LA, in not the best of neighborhoods. I was used to always hanging on the streets. Then when I was 15 or 16 some friends of mine told me about a squat house in another city and we hopped a train and went there. I love the community of it, kids all helping each other out. There’s even a web forum where people will tell each other where to stay, who to look out for, or a place where you can get fed and things like that.”“It sounds like such an adventure! I wish I could come take photos of it all.”“I had a bunch of photos on my phone, but I dropped it on the tracks once, and that was the end of that. It’s not all great though. A lot of kids I know are on meth and I have a friend who got Hep C from sharing needles. Not me, I’m a straight edge. That’s what these tattoos are about.” He held out his hands.“What about the one on your face?”“My family is indigenous and my great grandfather completely tried to deny and hide his heritage. And then his son, my grandfather, tried to embrace it. I’d seen a photo of him with these markings, so I had a friend tattoo it on me.” “What does it represent?” “I’m not sure. My family doesn’t even know what tribe. But I wanted to embrace my heritage.”