coolkidscantdie
Great people do things before they’re ready. They do things before they know they can do them. Doing what you’re afraid of, getting out of your comfort zone, taking risks like that - that’s what life is.
  Amy Poehler  (via coffeux)
just-like-sister-ray-said:

The Velvet Underground were pioneers. The flashing lights, the entrancing music, people dancing aimlessly in an amphetamine-fuelled daze - The Exploding Plastic Inevitable was the first ever rave. 

just-like-sister-ray-said:

The Velvet Underground were pioneers. The flashing lights, the entrancing music, people dancing aimlessly in an amphetamine-fuelled daze - The Exploding Plastic Inevitable was the first ever rave. 

satanss-mistress:

coincidental that everything blurred except that one line?

satanss-mistress:

coincidental that everything blurred except that one line?

asylum-art:

Meghan Howland

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The story of Meghan Howland‘s oil paintings are quiet like a secret.  Her work captures understated dreamy scenes.  A confusion of birds, hidden faces, a scarf that may or may not be choking its wearer – her work at once is lighthearted and hints at a darker undercurrent.
Her gallery relates, “Her paintings are often dreamlike, and yet carry a weight of something that is slightly more dissonant. The question of whether something is safe or dangerous, loving or hateful, is often unexplained in her work.”

A snapshot quality to the image, fill flash like lighting, lends the paintings the characteristic of a caught instant.  However, her painterly hand stretches the moment.  While definitely working a contemporary aesthetic, Howland’s paintings are at times reminiscent of Degas’ style and palette.

WOODSTOCK, 1969

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: A five-ellipse Venn diagram.
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genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: A five-ellipse Venn diagram.

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showmeyourburningflame:

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diphallic-terata:

Toshio Saeki

Well this is…mmmm not sure.