suspectre

(Source: bodiebroadus, via hkuuu)

deadsymmetry:

Alan McGowan

Untitled 2005
oil and graphite on paper  (x2)

(Source: nearlya)

vasilyt:

Dagmar Cyrulla

cinemagreats:

Killer of Sheep (1979) - Directed by Charles Burnett

(via iwanttobelikearollingstone)

someoneanyoneyou:

John Schabel - Passengers
"For a period in the 1990s, John Schabel camped out on overpasses near New York airports, peering with a giant telephoto lens into the cabin windows of aircraft waiting, and waiting, for takeoff."

someoneanyoneyou:

John Schabel - Passengers

"For a period in the 1990s, John Schabel camped out on overpasses near New York airports, peering with a giant telephoto lens into the cabin windows of aircraft waiting, and waiting, for takeoff."

(Source: razorshapes, via darkartsandcrafts)

suspectre:

Masha Reva, MERGING (2012)

"Today a human is surrounded by huge amount of information, while social networks and blogs bring us an opportunity to create a superficial representation of ourselves in the web. Becoming a part of virtual reality, a computer data, we merge within the boundless informational field that is internet.

Indeed, I find it very interesting — the situation within the visual stream we deal with every day — from one point it is related to the layering of information within our mind, from the other, it has a certain connection with print. The principles laid within are over-information, adoptation and merging in the mass of images today.

I am focused on study of a personality being transformed in the process of developing various social connections and communication. On the other hand, I look on a human element that is certainly a part of a nature. This confrontation between natural and artificial, in my opinion, is an interesting theme to analyse.” 

(Source: mashareva.com)

showslow:

Figurative Paintings by Lee Price | Previously

(via moravagine)

likeafieldmouse:

Adrian Ghenie

1. Untitled

2. The Swimming Pool

3. Timeless Railway Station

4. Basement Feeling

5. In the Middle of the Night

6. Untitled

7. It Could Be Anywhere

8. Fragile