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Homage to James Gandolfini

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Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000 | 1976 | dir. Alain Tanner

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Look for Yourself | Tami.

(vía sosuperawesome)

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pristinefixedgear on

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Your Pet and You is an ongoing series by Hamburg, Germany-based photographer Tobias Lang that juxtaposes pictures of people with portraits of their precious pets. They say that pets tend to look like their owners and Lang’s series shows us just how true that statement is. From the typical pets like cats and dogs to the more exotic breeds of owned animals like snakes and owls, the photographer’s images offer a diverse selection of subjects accompanied by their human counterparts. The dual subjects within each composed frame complement each other, almost echoing each other’s exact mood and personality.

Lang first embarked on his adorable pet project while at home with his roommate’s cat who took a liking to a wooden block in their living room. Upon snapping a shot of the feline and his roommate, he found other friends who, too, wanted portraits taken of their pets on this rustic block of wood. Eventually, the project evolved into something far more emotional by turning the camera on their owners and placing their images side by side. The lovely series exhibits an adorable look at the bond between people and their beloved animals.

The photographer’s growing collection of portraits is intended to be turned into a book at some point. Lang is currently seeking more subjects to photograph to offer even more diversity. In particular, he’s interested in people who own any of the following: chicken, goose, parrot, otter, meerkat, piglet, hare, hamster, frog, snail, reptiles. If you’re a proud pet owner that’s interested in being part of Lang’s project, he suggests contacting him via email or through the project’s Facebook page.

via MyModernMet

(vía cross-connect)

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La piramide de la argumentacion de ideas, ¿En que nivel estas?

Visto aqui

(vía alasborricadas)

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An Island by Maija Savolainen

“Brännskär is a little island in the heart of the Archipelagon Sea. Lennart is the only inhabitant there.”

via I like this blog

(Fuente: andrewharlow)

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The awesome Ted Lawson, more here:

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Chelsey Tyler Wood’s hyperrealistic paintings of people in boxes

Tyler Wood says of her series, “Spatially constricted they react both physically and psychologically. Their experiential condition is communicated through the bodies’ expression of color, tension and mark. The bodies are containers themselves, existing within containers, existing within containers, existing within containers and onwards.”

 FOTOGRAFÍA   animal   mamífero   sociedad   persona   vida  




This incredible photo marks the end of Matador Torero Alvaro Munera’s career. He collapsed in remorse mid-fight when he realized he was having to prompt this otherwise gentle beast to fight. He went on to become an avid opponent of bullfights. Even grievously wounded by picadors, he did not attack this man.

Torrero Munera is quoted as saying of this moment: “And suddenly, I looked at the bull. He had this innocence that all animals have in their eyes, and he looked at me with this pleading. It was like a cry for justice, deep down inside of me. I describe it as being like a prayer - because if one confesses, it is hoped, that one is forgiven. I felt like the worst shit on earth.”

(Fuente: ihavetopeerealbad, vía sleepyhead0525)

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(Fuente: toto-ro, vía idleoctopus)

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Washington DC, April 2011
L’homme Quit Marche
Alberto Giacometti

Walking Down Park

walking down park
or columbus do you ever stop
to think what it looked like
before it was an avenue
did you ever stop to think
what you walked
before you rode
subways to the stock
exchange (we can’t be on
the stock exchange
we are the stock

did you ever maybe wonder
what grass was like before
they rolled it
into a ball and called
it central park
where syphilitic dogs
and their two-legged tubercular
masters fertilize
the corners and side-walks
ever want to know what would happen
if your life could be fertilized
by a love thought
from a loved one
who loves you

ever look south
on a clear day and not see
time’s squares but see
tall Birch trees with sycamores
touching hands
and see gazelles running playfully
after the lions
ever hear the antelope bark
from the third floor apartment

ever, did you ever, sit down
and wonder about what freedom’s freedom
would bring
it’s so easy to be free
you start by loving yourself
then those who look like you
all else will come

ever wonder why
so much asphalt was laid
in so little space
probably so we would forget
the Iroquois, Algonquin
and Mohicans who could caress
the earth

ever think what Harlem would be
like if our herbs and roots and elephant ears
grew sending
a cacophony of sound to us
the parrot parroting black is beautiful black is beautiful
owls sending out whooooo’s making love …
and me and you just sitting in the sun trying
to find a way to get a banana tree from one of the monkeys
koala bears in the trees laughing at our listlessness

ever think its possible
for us to be

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Judith Ann Braun’s ongoing interest in the exploration of abstraction in her work has taken on new meaning since 2003 when she started working within a set of rules she invented and refers to as “Symmetrical Procedures.” Braun constrains herself to work within these rules which include abstraction and bilateral symmetry. Her body of work entitled Fingerings are drawing that consist of marks made with her graphite covered fingers rather than a conventional brush or other artist’s tool. Many times she works ambidextrously using both her right and left hands to make marks simultaneously. The resulting effect of her unique method is an expressive mark making that beautifully demonstrates the immediacy of gesture.

(vía dr-lilith-belial-deactivated201)

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Tang Yau Hoong, on Tumblr

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(Fuente: ounoou, vía areover)