showdrawn:

Outkast drawn live alongside Kid Cudi at Saturday’s ATLast concert in Atlanta, GA

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chillin in history of world textiles in this printed garment from ghana

saraandreasson:

Tracksuits, 2014
Personal work

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confront:

William Scott, Blue Painting, 1976
Oil on canvas.
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confront:

William Scott, Blue Painting, 1976

Oil on canvas.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat - Mona Lisa (1983)

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vjeranski:

Jean Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp
Disegno a quattro mani, 1939

vjeranski:

Jean Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp

Disegno a quattro mani, 1939

“You know conservatives love to vilify anyone who doesn’t want to immediately throw down as appeasers. But when you are dealing with terrorists, whose aim is to bait us into overreaction, and you oblige them, aren’t you the appeaser?”
Bill Maher (via azspot)

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oculablog:

Thomas Scheibitz Radiopictures at Sprüth Magers Berlin London
17 September 2014 - 08 November 2014

Already in the title of the exhibition Radiopictures, Thomas Scheibitz demonstrates that his artistic thinking, in addition to tectonics, scale, and proportion, also revolves around time-based media: music, film, text. Temporal aspects, such as simultaneity and continuum, are for him further dimensions of composition. Read More.

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“Americans do not like to think of themselves as a nation of bureaucrats—quite the opposite—but the moment we stop imagining bureaucracy as a phenomenon limited to government offices, it becomes obvious that this is precisely what we have become. The final victory over the Soviet Union did not lead to the domination of the market, but, in fact, cemented the dominance of conservative managerial elites, corporate bureaucrats who use the pretext of short-term, competitive, bottom-line thinking to squelch anything likely to have revolutionary implications of any kind.”