Photo 18 Apr 601 notes Love

Love

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Link 18 Apr 4 notes 10/30 - How to Work in an Adult Movie Store Close to Home»

nickamcknight:

Be brave. Be quiet. A little less than

watchtower quiet.Be orange peel

smirk and bouncer.

Be sure that you don’t catch eyes with an

ex-girlfriend’s father, whom you’d find out

is a regular visitor of this fun house of mirrors.

When you see the dark well of his eyes

so…

Im reblogging my poem from last year. So what. Happy poetry month!

Photo 10 Apr 509 notes martinformgren:

Martin Formgren, Rushup 2014

martinformgren:

Martin Formgren, Rushup 2014

Photo 8 Apr 15 notes redruzdigitalsoup:

Martha Friedman, Hairball, 2012, synthetic hair, wood, plastic, paint, 63 x 34 x 34 inches

redruzdigitalsoup:

Martha Friedman, Hairball, 2012, synthetic hair, wood, plastic, paint, 63 x 34 x 34 inches

Quote 7 Apr 47 notes
And the advice I always give to artists who are first starting out, or maybe have been doing it for a while and feel lost, is to really focus on what you want to do. So many artists base their career path on what they see other artists doing, and having those opportunities or following that game plan. But you should always ask yourself if that’s really the artistic life you want. For me, touring all the time is a possibility, but when I tour I can’t write. So I tour a lot less than I can (and maybe should!) tour, but it works for me because I leave the space for the work I want to do: the actual writing.

There are many strategies to being a successful artist, and sometimes young artists spend so much time trying to knock off all the items on that to do list that they forget to enjoy the act of creating art. They lose site of the finish they actually want to cross.

So that would be my advice: figure out what you REALLY want out of creating art; build a life that supports THAT; work really hard; and try to honor every opportunity you are given by giving your all.
— Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz, interviewed for Some Weird Sin (via bostonpoetryslam)
Photo 5 Apr 3,163 notes
Video 1 Apr 15,700 notes

foundinspirationmovingforward:

Photographer Bing Wright has found a creative way to capture the beautiful color palette of the evening sky, in his series titled Broken Mirror/Evening Sky.

God damn genius

Photo 31 Mar 505 notes starslokk:

Lew Thomas Polaroid hand series, 1972, (revised 1980), 1980.

starslokk:

Lew Thomas Polaroid hand series, 1972, (revised 1980), 1980.

(Source: poietike)

via O.
Video 31 Mar 43,482 notes

myampgoesto11:

Bronze and glass sculptures by Miles Van Rensselaer | Artist Website

I love this piece. Especially since learning glass casting techniques and realizing how hard it is to slump glass to make it as perfect as this.

Video 30 Mar 121,456 notes

bigradinmonster:

1los:

Bees are nature’s 3D printer

spectacular!

Video 29 Mar 494 notes

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Works by Yang Maoyuan

This is so weird and I love it.

Photo 28 Mar 2,931 notes JOAN CORNELLA

JOAN CORNELLA

Photo 27 Mar 34 notes mentaltimetraveller:

Eddie Peake, Glory Holes, 2010

mentaltimetraveller:

Eddie Peake, Glory Holes, 2010

Text 26 Mar 53 notes

hankeatspaint:

Painting tip: Always call your paintings stupid right to their ugly stupid faces. They’re all stupid. They’re paintings. They are stupid. Put them in their place.

Photo 25 Mar 22 notes PHILIP HARRELL

PHILIP HARRELL


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