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Listen/purchase: Rigning by Yagya

aeruh-aoi:

 Ilya Repin

beautifulspectrograms:

Aphex Twin - mookid. / [equation] / 54 Cymru Beats / Vordhosbn

lonehands:

muku ss14

lonehands:

muku ss14

Lone - 2 is 8

tlatoani-de-barrio:

ok i know i just reblogged this image but holy fuck i suddenly realized something so i had to check.
and yeah there it is.
otomo i love you.
artist is katsuhiro otomo obviously.

tlatoani-de-barrio:

ok i know i just reblogged this image but holy fuck i suddenly realized something so i had to check.

and yeah there it is.

otomo i love you.

artist is katsuhiro otomo obviously.

red-lipstick:

Anton Marrast aka Grape Frogg (b. Russia) - Visitor    Digital Arts

red-lipstick:

Anton Marrast aka Grape Frogg (b. Russia) - Visitor    Digital Arts

inkmo:

weedtemple:

On today’s episode of “Japan is Amazing”, an anarchic harsh noise/free improv performance on a public train. And what’s best, everybody’s enjoying it! Not a single person booing or plugging their ears. Time to visit Japan one day.

Thanks to Sea is Violet for the tip!

Fwiw, the title says it’s an event at a noise festival, so most of the audience probably meant to be there. Would love to see an impromptu noise jam on my morning commute though.

pizza-party:

scalesofperception:

Colosses | Fabrice Fouillet | Via

Statues are often idealized works of art. They are ideological, political or religious representations and attempt to turn their subjects into fascinating, eternal figures. Even when erected to keep alive the memory of a single person, a statue that lasts many generations will eventually establish itself as a symbol for the community. 

Statues are even more influential when they are monumental. An edifice can be said to be monumental when it is unusual, extraordinary and physically imposing. It has to be abnormal — as exceptional as the political or religious power itself — and also inseparable from its symbolic aspects.

The series “Colosses” is a study of the landscapes that embrace monumental commemorative statues. 

SoP | Scale of Environments

Every time I’ve ever seen an artist’s interpretation of what the Colossus of Rhodes looked like, I’ve always wondered what it would have really looked like. That is why this is awesome to me..

someoneanyoneyou:

John Schabel - Passengers
"For a period in the 1990s, John Schabel camped out on overpasses near New York airports, peering with a giant telephoto lens into the cabin windows of aircraft waiting, and waiting, for takeoff."

someoneanyoneyou:

John Schabel - Passengers

"For a period in the 1990s, John Schabel camped out on overpasses near New York airports, peering with a giant telephoto lens into the cabin windows of aircraft waiting, and waiting, for takeoff."


People often think of fire as a destructive force, and it can be. But fire also rejuvenates the land. Many grasses have evolved root systems that survive fires so they can be renewed, and some trees and other plants have seeds that only germinate after a fire has come through. Plus fires clean out old dead wood and other debris, making it easier for fresh plant life to grow. 

People often think of fire as a destructive force, and it can be. But fire also rejuvenates the land. Many grasses have evolved root systems that survive fires so they can be renewed, and some trees and other plants have seeds that only germinate after a fire has come through. Plus fires clean out old dead wood and other debris, making it easier for fresh plant life to grow. 

junxyard:

Tekkonkinkreet

junxyard:

Tekkonkinkreet

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