a flight towards the raging sea

I am not what I am not

“I knew a man who gave twenty years of his life to a scatterbrained woman, sacrificing everything to her, his friendships, his work, the very respectability of his life, and who one evening recognized that he had never loved her. He had been bored, that’s all, bored like most people. Hence he had made himself out of whole cloth a life full of complications and drama. Something must happen - and that explains most human commitments. Something must happen, even loveless slavery, even war or death. Hurray then for funerals!”

—   Albert Camus, The Fall (via artshouldnotbeperfect)

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nevver:

Fantastic
nevver:

Typographic World Map
fastcompany:

Trees give us everything. Oxygen! Paper! Fruit! And now… art?

See these vitrines? We imagine they’re what you’d get if you put Damien Hirst alone in the woods with a chainsaw.
In point of fact, they’re the work of young British-born artist Anthony James,  who combines chopped birch trees from Minnesota, two-way mirrors, and  fluorescents or LEDS to create gobstopping sculptures that look like  infinite forests trapped in a light box.
James displayed three of the birch vitrines at Patrick Painter, Inc.,  in Santa Monica, Calif., recently, alongside a companion piece  featuring a charred black Ferrari 355 Spider. The car was James’s prized  possession, but then he went and set it ablaze and stuffed the carcass  in a tank — for his art or something.

More photos when you click through.

fastcompany:

Trees give us everything. Oxygen! Paper! Fruit! And now… art?

See these vitrines? We imagine they’re what you’d get if you put Damien Hirst alone in the woods with a chainsaw.

In point of fact, they’re the work of young British-born artist Anthony James, who combines chopped birch trees from Minnesota, two-way mirrors, and fluorescents or LEDS to create gobstopping sculptures that look like infinite forests trapped in a light box.

James displayed three of the birch vitrines at Patrick Painter, Inc., in Santa Monica, Calif., recently, alongside a companion piece featuring a charred black Ferrari 355 Spider. The car was James’s prized possession, but then he went and set it ablaze and stuffed the carcass in a tank — for his art or something.

More photos when you click through.

(Source: fastcompany)

-absurde:

Confusion (by Elizabeth Pawle)
mmmmmmmmmy:

Sherbert_11_18_05 (by Travis Stearns
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mmmmmmmmmy:

Le El, 2005, 183 cm x 100 cm x 50 cm, mixed media
via www.simonschubert.de

mmmmmmmmmy:

Le El, 2005, 183 cm x 100 cm x 50 cm, mixed media

via www.simonschubert.de

jonwithabullet:


Meh
suyhnc:

Pam Hogg Fall/Winter 2011
funny just the other day i was saying i needed more casual wear

suyhnc:

Pam Hogg Fall/Winter 2011

funny just the other day i was saying i needed more casual wear

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urhajos:

‘What’s on TV?’ by Lukas Brezak

urhajos:

What’s on TV?’ by Lukas Brezak

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