take me somewhere else - Tiffany Wollman

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what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source :  Stockholm Streetstyle )

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : Stockholm Streetstyle )

bohemianhomes:

6 Dreamy Attic Bedrooms

bohemianhomes:

6 Dreamy Attic Bedrooms

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : Style Me Grasie )

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : Style Me Grasie )

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Michael Krebber - Funny Cide 2, 2011
charcoal and lacquer on canvas
180 x 150 cm

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Michael Krebber - Funny Cide 2, 2011

charcoal and lacquer on canvas

180 x 150 cm

"The art always wins. Anything can happen to me, but the art will stay."

- Ai Weiwei (via artnet)

"Most writers and other artists have waited tables at some point in their lives. But I think that if you survive it, you don’t want to think about it ever again. You want to just forget that dirty, shitty job you had to do to pay the rent. You don’t want to dive back into it and relive it. That’s my theory, anyway. But really, it’s a gold mine. It’s a perfect representation of the American caste system. You have people who are thought of as worthless—people who are undocumented, working for very little money, barely surviving in this country—and, just around the corner, millionaires eating off the plate those other guys just washed. There’s so much meat there."

- Fiery Appetites, Dwyer Murphy interviews Merritt Tierce - Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics (via guernicamag)

(via guernicamag)

"George Orwell famously wrote “no book is genuinely free from political bias. The opinion that art should have nothing to do with politics is itself a political attitude.” Yet polemical fiction is rarely fun to read."

- So writes Rob Spillman at the beginning of the first installment of his monthly column Readpolitik, discussing politically engaged fiction. Read more of the first column, on the apocalyptic worlds of David Mitchell and Emily St. John Mandel, here. (via guernicamag)

fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Caroline Slotte   

(via krisweinmann)

(Source: stadeco, via c-o-a-s-t-i-n)

(Source: downtothebeach, via c-o-a-s-t-i-n)

"The flexibility of Melbourne’s urban form has allowed suburbs to adapt and meet the changing needs of the city. Larger detached houses have transitioned to low and medium rise apartment buildings. Diversity in the housing stock has given people a choice of where and how they choose to live."

- Max Walton on the evolution of Melbourne’s neighborhoods. (via thisbigcity)

fohk:

heydar aliyev center by zaha hadid

fohk:

heydar aliyev center by zaha hadid

(via respirant)