jewel toned

Yes Please

Apr 17

whatsacanada:

how do we even decide what our favorite colors are, are our brains just like “i like green because yea”

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workman:

inneroptics:
ANNIE LEIBOVITZ, Keith Haring

workman:

inneroptics:

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ, Keith Haring

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jennilee:

Untitled (Death Valley Hills & Mountains - Grid) - Jordan Sullivan24x36 inchesEdition of 25

jennilee:

Untitled (Death Valley Hills & Mountains - Grid) - Jordan Sullivan
24x36 inches
Edition of 25

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oneplane:

Roger Brown, Virtual Still Life #22: Service with a Smile

oneplane:

Roger Brown, Virtual Still Life #22: Service with a Smile


nevver:

The start of something, Cody William Smith


buzzfeed:

hallucinists:

i think about this video almost every day and i am so frightened of it


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wired:

Daniel Gordon’s photos put viewers on the slope of an uncanny valley, a glitch between the real and the fabricated. In place of authentic objects, Gordon uses printed photos of the items folded to mimic their real-world appearance, creating a mockery of the original object in beautifully constructed collages.

“I like photographs that aren’t just one thing,” says Gordon, “that are complicated, with blurred lines between themes such as the grotesque and the beautiful, humor and terror, wholeness and fragmentation, or innocence and corruption.”

[MORE: Trippy Collages Blur the Line Between Real and Fake]

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Apr 16

museumuesum:

Tom Friedman

Untitled, 1990

Bubble gum, 12.7 cm diameter

Approximately 1,500 pieces of chewed bubble gum molded into a sphere and displayed at head height in a corner, hanging by its own stickiness


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