Verbosity
Plethora of this and that. London, 22.

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kafkasapartment:

Yoru no shubi no matsu (c.1900-1920). Color woodcut, artist unknown.

kafkasapartment:

Yoru no shubi no matsu (c.1900-1920). Color woodcut, artist unknown.

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sosuperawesome:

Jennifer Davis on Tumblr

Etsy

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fyspringfield:

Testing…

So I used a PA system at work today, for the first time ever. My voice shook the very vertebrae of those unfortunate enough to be in the galleries at the time.

TESTING. is all I could think about.

lomographicsociety:

Most Popular Photo Last Year - meryl

lomographicsociety:

Most Popular Photo Last Year - meryl

sinkling:

wakeandread (by yataro1)

sinkling:

wakeandread (by yataro1)

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antitacta:

Léon Spilliaert, Les trois figures.

antitacta:

Léon Spilliaert, Les trois figures.

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cfeldmanemison:

Chloe Feldman Emison

cfeldmanemison:

Chloe Feldman Emison

theparisreview:

Has a book ever made you faint?

theparisreview:

Has a book ever made you faint?

Call the police, it’s too much.

Call the police, it’s too much.

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artmastered:

Bob and Roberta Smith, Letter to Michael Gove, 2012, paint on board, 240 x 240 cm, currently on show at the Royal Academy, London. Source
I still can’t decide which line of Bob and Roberta Smith’s inspiring Letter to Michael Gove is my favourite. Maybe: ‘Michael, a look at your tie and shirt combination in images of you online informs me you are not a visually minded person.’ Or: ‘You are removing all the ladders to the disenfranchised. You need to rethink the role of creativity in society and realize innovation comes from optimism, creativity, risk taking and art.’ The whole thing is really worth a read though.

artmastered:

Bob and Roberta Smith, Letter to Michael Gove, 2012, paint on board, 240 x 240 cm, currently on show at the Royal Academy, London. Source

I still can’t decide which line of Bob and Roberta Smith’s inspiring Letter to Michael Gove is my favourite. Maybe: ‘Michael, a look at your tie and shirt combination in images of you online informs me you are not a visually minded person.’ Or: ‘You are removing all the ladders to the disenfranchised. You need to rethink the role of creativity in society and realize innovation comes from optimism, creativity, risk taking and art.’ The whole thing is really worth a read though.

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theartofanimation:

Hey Allen

theartofanimation:

Hey Allen