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by Norwegian conceptual artist Rune Guneriussen

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crumbargento:

Journal d’un curé de campagne

crumbargento:

Journal d’un curé de campagne

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zeroing:

Since 2008 Hungarian/German graphic designer David Szakaly has been churning out some of the most dizzying, hypnotic and wholly original gifs on the web under the name Davidope.

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hardcorks:

Accidental Twin Peaks pilgrimage, 2012.

In August of 2012, my mom took me along on a business trip to Seattle. She spent most of the day in meetings, so I was left alone to explore. I realized that the filming locations of Twin Peaks (North Bend and the nearby Snoqualmie Falls) weren’t too far, so a few bus rides later, I was there. I spent a lot of time walking on the highway and just taking stuff in. It was good.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Portraits of Famous Photographers

1. Sam Haskins, 1963

2. Helmut Newton, 1981

3. Sally Man, 1974

4. Arthur “Weegee” Zelig

5. Ansel Adams

6. Vivia Maier

7. Paolo Roversi

8. Diane Arbus

9. Gordon Parks

10. Nobuyoshi Araki

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tommjohnson:

New Mexico Church, #Church, #Clouds, #New Mexico

tommjohnson:

New Mexico Church, #Church, #Clouds, #New Mexico

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pictous:

Philip Hoffman

pictous:

Philip Hoffman

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Felix Gonzalez-Torres - Untitled (Double Portrait) (1991)
Untitled (Double Portrait), 1991, is a “stack” piece consisting of hundreds of sheets of paper printed with a gold double-circle image and stacked together on the gallery floor, available for viewers to take away ad infinitum. The image featured, the doubled touching/overlapping circle, represents one of the most important themes in Gonzalez-Torres’s work: the pairing of two like people in togetherness, solidarity, and love. These Minimalist-inspired “anti-monuments,” as the artist co

alex-reynolds:

Felix Gonzalez-Torres - Untitled (Double Portrait) (1991)

Untitled (Double Portrait), 1991, is a “stack” piece consisting of hundreds of sheets of paper printed with a gold double-circle image and stacked together on the gallery floor, available for viewers to take away ad infinitum. The image featured, the doubled touching/overlapping circle, represents one of the most important themes in Gonzalez-Torres’s work: the pairing of two like people in togetherness, solidarity, and love. These Minimalist-inspired “anti-monuments,” as the artist co

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