kiss, kiss molly's lips

flowers in her hair, flowers everywhere.

Stephen kissed me in the spring,
Robin in the fall,
But Colin only looked at me
And never kissed at all.

Stephen’s kiss was lost in jest,
Robin’s lost in play,
But the kiss in Colin’s eyes
Haunts me night and day.

—   Sara Teasdale, The Collected Poems (via observando)
gelloggs:

Trio Film (1968)
Yvonne Rainer

gelloggs:

Trio Film (1968)

Yvonne Rainer

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portantis:

Heaven

portantis:

Heaven

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rabbittongue:

lateral roots

rabbittongue:

lateral roots

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lemonbark:

Kate Reed. The Eye Roll. 2014.

lemonbark:

Kate Reed. The Eye Roll. 2014.

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lizawithazed:

sometimes you see a pun so artfully constructed you just have to stand back in awe.

lizawithazed:

sometimes you see a pun so artfully constructed you just have to stand back in awe.

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bloodeagled said: Yo new tattoo looks awesome. Sloo did a killer job on it.

I know, he’s ridiculously good at his job.

“I don’t know exactly where ideas come from, but when I’m working well ideas just appear. I’ve heard other people say similar things - so it’s one of the ways I know there’s help and guidance out there. It’s just a matter of our figuring out how to receive the ideas or information that are waiting to be heard.”

—   Jim Henson (via observando)
1000scientists:

Plank Piece, 1973Charles Ray
“Ray was part of a wave of artists during the 1970s who addressed sculpture as an activity rather than as an object. In the iconic two-part photographic work Plank Piece the artist documents the use of his own body as the sculptural component. The static photograph belies the performative nature of the activity presented. Contrived through a complex balance between weight and gravity the artist suspended his body using only a plank of wood, creating a minimal, graphic image that is at once humorous and unsettling.”

1000scientists:

Plank Piece, 1973
Charles Ray

“Ray was part of a wave of artists during the 1970s who addressed sculpture as an activity rather than as an object. In the iconic two-part photographic work Plank Piece the artist documents the use of his own body as the sculptural component. The static photograph belies the performative nature of the activity presented. Contrived through a complex balance between weight and gravity the artist suspended his body using only a plank of wood, creating a minimal, graphic image that is at once humorous and unsettling.”

(Source: 1000scientists, via villenoire)

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Flora Borsi Blurs the Lines Between Reality and Art

"In this series called "IRÉEL" I mixed photographic elements with painting techniques. A hyperrealist painter aims to achieve a result which looks like a real photographic picture."

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