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Off to the cinema to watch GRAVITY with hubby. Super excited!

silver-tonguedliar:

this is literally the best gif on the internet


Cutest gif.

silver-tonguedliar:

this is literally the best gif on the internet

Cutest gif.

(Source: arthola, via apodemus)

arpeggia:

Cyril Porchet - Seduction

Artist’s statement:

“I photographed these cultural places in order to produce an effect of visual saturation. This profligacy of splendor contributes to stun the senses and at first glance provides an effect which tends toward abstraction. The optical flatness produced by the camera looks like and references the “trompe l’oeil” technique often used in this type of architecture. The goal of this approach is to show in an analytical way the exuberance and the surfeit of baroque as a critical shortcut of the dramatic character of our current society.

Baroque style developed at a time where the Catholic Church was reacting against a new science and new forms of religion. The monumental baroque was a style that the papacy was able to exploit like the absolute monarchies did. The baroque wouldtherefore have served a catholic will to reconquer souls. Therefore, by choosing baroque churches as metaphor of spectacle, my pictures also work as an historical reminder of the picture function.

My work is displayed in print formats of 120 cm over 160 cm under acrylic glass.”

(via apodemus)

The joy the Stoics were interested in can best be described as a kind of objectless enjoyment - an enjoyment not of any particular thing but of all this. It is a delight in simply being able to participate in life. It is a profound realization that even though all this didn’t have to be possible, it is possible - wonderfully, magnificently possible.
paulbrady:

Sunset in Pierre, the capital of South Dakota.

paulbrady:

Sunset in Pierre, the capital of South Dakota.

Off to the cinema to watch GRAVITY with hubby. Super excited!

silver-tonguedliar:

this is literally the best gif on the internet


Cutest gif.

silver-tonguedliar:

this is literally the best gif on the internet

Cutest gif.

(Source: arthola, via apodemus)

(Source: horrorfixxx)

arpeggia:

Cyril Porchet - Seduction

Artist’s statement:

“I photographed these cultural places in order to produce an effect of visual saturation. This profligacy of splendor contributes to stun the senses and at first glance provides an effect which tends toward abstraction. The optical flatness produced by the camera looks like and references the “trompe l’oeil” technique often used in this type of architecture. The goal of this approach is to show in an analytical way the exuberance and the surfeit of baroque as a critical shortcut of the dramatic character of our current society.

Baroque style developed at a time where the Catholic Church was reacting against a new science and new forms of religion. The monumental baroque was a style that the papacy was able to exploit like the absolute monarchies did. The baroque wouldtherefore have served a catholic will to reconquer souls. Therefore, by choosing baroque churches as metaphor of spectacle, my pictures also work as an historical reminder of the picture function.

My work is displayed in print formats of 120 cm over 160 cm under acrylic glass.”

(via apodemus)

esobvio:

:)

esobvio:

:)

visual-poetry:

“i still have a dream” by john fekner (+)
(on tumblr)

visual-poetry:

“i still have a dream” by john fekner (+)

(on tumblr)

The joy the Stoics were interested in can best be described as a kind of objectless enjoyment - an enjoyment not of any particular thing but of all this. It is a delight in simply being able to participate in life. It is a profound realization that even though all this didn’t have to be possible, it is possible - wonderfully, magnificently possible.
paulbrady:

Sunset in Pierre, the capital of South Dakota.

paulbrady:

Sunset in Pierre, the capital of South Dakota.

"The joy the Stoics were interested in can best be described as a kind of objectless enjoyment - an enjoyment not of any particular thing but of all this. It is a delight in simply being able to participate in life. It is a profound realization that even though all this didn’t have to be possible, it is possible - wonderfully, magnificently possible."

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