Album Art

bowlcollectingblood:

Black Rainbow | St. Vincent

there’s a black rainbow above my house

Played 869 times.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

I don’t know who any of the men are in the photo’s. What I do know is that they can all take very classy mug shots.

red-lipstick:

Alessandro Papetti (b. 1958, Milan, Italy) - Paisajes Dinámicos    Paintings: Oil on Canvas

slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses

slowartday:

Anya Gallaccio, Red on Green: the life and death of 10,000 roses

artchipel:

Curator’s Monday 129
Frédéric-JG Blanque (b.1964, France) - Business district
"My images are a reflection of my passion for architecture, graphics and "ordinary" people." Frédéric-JG Blanque is a French photographer from Toulouse, currently working and living in New York city. The inaugural objectivity of some of his visual urban compositions is somewhat reminiscent of the Düsseldorf School. Others represent the modern city in a way which initially seems conventional, even reflecting a fascination for the American Way of Life, or an imagined convening of the Lost Generation. Instead, they should be understood as an ironic take on both the images much loved by home department stores and all forms of nostalgia. Blanque is not interested in depicting reality, an idea he opposes, but in constructing his own reality, which has much more potential. 
Architectural photography as it is presented and crafted by Blanque becomes an ode to living matter. The Business District series is a metaphor for the world economy. Buildings blaze with fire, melting, dissolving, and sometimes sinking… yet we need not despair. They remain straight and imposing. Our sincere thanks to Loïc Arnaud for this Curator’s Monday. 
[more Frédéric-JG Blanque | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud] artchipel:

Curator’s Monday 129
Frédéric-JG Blanque (b.1964, France) - Business district
"My images are a reflection of my passion for architecture, graphics and "ordinary" people." Frédéric-JG Blanque is a French photographer from Toulouse, currently working and living in New York city. The inaugural objectivity of some of his visual urban compositions is somewhat reminiscent of the Düsseldorf School. Others represent the modern city in a way which initially seems conventional, even reflecting a fascination for the American Way of Life, or an imagined convening of the Lost Generation. Instead, they should be understood as an ironic take on both the images much loved by home department stores and all forms of nostalgia. Blanque is not interested in depicting reality, an idea he opposes, but in constructing his own reality, which has much more potential. 
Architectural photography as it is presented and crafted by Blanque becomes an ode to living matter. The Business District series is a metaphor for the world economy. Buildings blaze with fire, melting, dissolving, and sometimes sinking… yet we need not despair. They remain straight and imposing. Our sincere thanks to Loïc Arnaud for this Curator’s Monday. 
[more Frédéric-JG Blanque | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud] artchipel:

Curator’s Monday 129
Frédéric-JG Blanque (b.1964, France) - Business district
"My images are a reflection of my passion for architecture, graphics and "ordinary" people." Frédéric-JG Blanque is a French photographer from Toulouse, currently working and living in New York city. The inaugural objectivity of some of his visual urban compositions is somewhat reminiscent of the Düsseldorf School. Others represent the modern city in a way which initially seems conventional, even reflecting a fascination for the American Way of Life, or an imagined convening of the Lost Generation. Instead, they should be understood as an ironic take on both the images much loved by home department stores and all forms of nostalgia. Blanque is not interested in depicting reality, an idea he opposes, but in constructing his own reality, which has much more potential. 
Architectural photography as it is presented and crafted by Blanque becomes an ode to living matter. The Business District series is a metaphor for the world economy. Buildings blaze with fire, melting, dissolving, and sometimes sinking… yet we need not despair. They remain straight and imposing. Our sincere thanks to Loïc Arnaud for this Curator’s Monday. 
[more Frédéric-JG Blanque | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud] artchipel:

Curator’s Monday 129
Frédéric-JG Blanque (b.1964, France) - Business district
"My images are a reflection of my passion for architecture, graphics and "ordinary" people." Frédéric-JG Blanque is a French photographer from Toulouse, currently working and living in New York city. The inaugural objectivity of some of his visual urban compositions is somewhat reminiscent of the Düsseldorf School. Others represent the modern city in a way which initially seems conventional, even reflecting a fascination for the American Way of Life, or an imagined convening of the Lost Generation. Instead, they should be understood as an ironic take on both the images much loved by home department stores and all forms of nostalgia. Blanque is not interested in depicting reality, an idea he opposes, but in constructing his own reality, which has much more potential. 
Architectural photography as it is presented and crafted by Blanque becomes an ode to living matter. The Business District series is a metaphor for the world economy. Buildings blaze with fire, melting, dissolving, and sometimes sinking… yet we need not despair. They remain straight and imposing. Our sincere thanks to Loïc Arnaud for this Curator’s Monday. 
[more Frédéric-JG Blanque | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud]

artchipel:

Curator’s Monday 129

Frédéric-JG Blanque (b.1964, France) - Business district

"My images are a reflection of my passion for architecture, graphics and "ordinary" people." Frédéric-JG Blanque is a French photographer from Toulouse, currently working and living in New York city. The inaugural objectivity of some of his visual urban compositions is somewhat reminiscent of the Düsseldorf School. Others represent the modern city in a way which initially seems conventional, even reflecting a fascination for the American Way of Life, or an imagined convening of the Lost Generation. Instead, they should be understood as an ironic take on both the images much loved by home department stores and all forms of nostalgia. Blanque is not interested in depicting reality, an idea he opposes, but in constructing his own reality, which has much more potential.

Architectural photography as it is presented and crafted by Blanque becomes an ode to living matter. The Business District series is a metaphor for the world economy. Buildings blaze with fire, melting, dissolving, and sometimes sinking… yet we need not despair. They remain straight and imposing. Our sincere thanks to Loïc Arnaud for this Curator’s Monday.

[more Frédéric-JG Blanque | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud]

theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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#ART02 ships in one month! theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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#ART02 ships in one month! theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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#ART02 ships in one month! theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
Website | Flickr | Shop
#ART02 ships in one month! theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
Website | Flickr | Shop
#ART02 ships in one month! theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller
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#ART02 ships in one month!

theonlymagicleftisart:

Bizarre Electric Paintings by Heiko Müller

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#ART02 ships in one month!

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weirdvintage:

Salvador Dalí walking his anteater in Paris, 1969 (via)