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27th September 2012

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areaofinterest:

Michael Chase

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Michael Chase

27th September 2012

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27th September 2012

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27th September 2012

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nekonečno

novemura:

nekonečno

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24th September 2012

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Laurie Colson
Laurie Colson

24th September 2012

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ianbrooks:

Endbeasts by Daniel Nyari

Celebrate end times, come on! Daniel’s series Of The End depicts harbingers of the apocalypse, worldrenders shrouded for millennia before their inevitable, explode-y return.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Facebook

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24th September 2012

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24th September 2012

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tarotwoman:

Mark Garro

tarotwoman:

Mark Garro

24th September 2012

Quote reblogged from common dense with 396 notes

There is no escape. You can’t be a vagabond and an artist and still be a solid citizen, a wholesome, upstanding man. You want to get drunk, so you have to accept the hangover. You say yes to the sunlight and pure fantasies, so you have to say yes to the filth and the nausea. Everything is within you, gold and mud, happiness and pain, the laughter of childhood and the apprehension of death. Say yes to everything, shirk nothing. Don’t try to lie to yourself. You are not a solid citizen. You are not a Greek. You are not harmonious, or the master of yourself. You are a bird in the storm. Let it storm! Let it drive you! How much have you lied! A thousand times, even in your poems and books, you have played the harmonious man, the wise man, the happy, the enlightened man. In the same way, men attacking in war have played heroes, while their bowels twitched. My God, what a poor ape, what a fencer in the mirror man is- particularly the artist- particularly myself!
— Hermann Hesse (via lucifelle)

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24th September 2012

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24th September 2012

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24th September 2012

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archiemcphee:

From the Department of Awesome Natural Wonders come these mysterious patterns on the ocean floor off the southern coast of Japan. Japanese scuba diver and photographer Yoji Ookata, who has spent the last 50 years exploring and documenting his underwater discoveries off the coast of Japan, spotted these beautiful and puzzling patterns in the sand, nearly six feet in diameter and 80 feet below sea level, during a dive near Amami Oshima at the southern tip of the country.

So what happened next? Are these rippling geometric patterns the equivalent of crop circles on the seafloor? Not quite, but the answer is still a good one. Colossal explains:

“He soon returned with colleagues and a television crew from the nature program NHK to document the origins what he dubbed the “mystery circle.”

Using underwater cameras the team discovered the artist is a small puffer fish only a few inches in length that swims tirelessly through the day and night to create these vast organic sculptures using the gesture of a single fin. Through careful observation the team found the circles serve a variety of crucial ecological functions, the most important of which is to attract mates. Apparently the female fish are attracted to the hills and valleys within the sand and traverse them carefully to discover the male fish where the pair eventually lay eggs at the circle’s center, the grooves later acting as a natural buffer to ocean currents that protect the delicate offspring. Scientists also learned that the more ridges contained within the sculpture resulted in a much greater likelihood of the fish pairing. To learn more about the circles check out the full scoop over on Spoon and Tamago, and you can see two high resolution desktop photos courtesy of NHK here.”

Busy little pufferfish boys wooing potential mates by sculpting the sand with their bodies. As far as we’re concerned, that’s pretty awesome!

[via Colossal]

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24th September 2012

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fiore-rosso:

,the poplavok café [dnepropetrovsk] - frédéric chaubin.
[forgotten magnificence]

fiore-rosso:

,the poplavok café [dnepropetrovsk] - frédéric chaubin.

[forgotten magnificence]

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24th September 2012

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ajnabee:

“Intervista” di Claire Parnet a Gilles Deleuze, Francia, 1988.

ajnabee:

“Intervista” di Claire Parnet a Gilles Deleuze, Francia, 1988.

24th September 2012

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thruman:

Memory

thruman:

Memory