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asolitarycomfort:

Ichirō Kojima

asolitarycomfort:

Ichirō Kojima

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nock-nock-nock:

Florian Maier-Aichen

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Andrej Balco

Life in a Block of Flats: Suburban Slovakia

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vicemag:

Mike and Claire Present: Fried Eggs

Mike and Claire are a collaborative artist duo based in New York who craft bizarre worlds through GIFS, film and performance. VICE readers may remember the psychedelic Easter Sunday GIFS they made for us a couple months back. In recent press their work has been compared to a wide range of artists, ranging from Cindy Sherman and Ryan Trecartin to Tim and Eric

Here’s the world premiere of their new video, Fried Eggs. Inspired by the recent rise in feminism in pop culture (Pussy Riot, etc.) Mike and Claire were interested in contributing to current discourse in the media through actions rather than words. “The idea of an action being more powerful then words inspired the lack of dialogue and an importance on movement and sound,” they told VICE. “We wanted to create a modern cartoon, that represented how we feel, but at the same time paid homage to people who are making aggressive changes for women.”

Watch the video

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hollyhocksandtulips:

New York, 1953
Photo by Ernst Haas

hollyhocksandtulips:

New York, 1953

Photo by Ernst Haas

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madebyfinn:

Weekends.

madebyfinn:

Weekends.

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mpdrolet:

Lillian, New Covenant Church of Deliverance, Chicago, 2011 from HereStillNow
Paul D’Amato

mpdrolet:

Lillian, New Covenant Church of Deliverance, Chicago, 2011 from HereStillNow

Paul D’Amato

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moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described Calder’s mobiles as “lyrical invention.” 

[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.]

moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described Calder’s mobiles as “lyrical invention.” 

[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.]

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amnhnyc:

Today’s peek into the archives shows the arrival of the Willamette Meteorite to the Museum in 1906. 

Weighing 15.5 tons, this iron meteorite is the largest ever found in the United States and the sixth-largest in the world. The smooth surface melted during its blazing entry into the atmosphere, while the pits formed on the Earth’s surface.

The Willamette Meteorite was originally located within the Upper Willamette Valley of Oregon. It was revered as a spiritual being that has healed and empowered the people of the valley by the Clackamas Indians who occupied the region. 

Learn more about the formation of the Willamette Meteorite, and about its cultural significance

AMNH/2A9703 and AMNH/31498 from the Museum’s Online Digital Special Collections.

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fleurdulys:

Ballet Dancers - Edgar Degas
~1877

fleurdulys:

Ballet Dancers - Edgar Degas

~1877

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