miss-catastrofes-naturales:

Charles Bukowski - Notes of a dirty old man

miss-catastrofes-naturales:

Charles Bukowski - Notes of a dirty old man



(Source: 11003195)



likeafieldmouse:

Frederick Sommer - Coyotes (1945)

likeafieldmouse:

Frederick Sommer - Coyotes (1945)



essentialisinvisible:

Salvador Dali (1954) by Philippe Halsman

essentialisinvisible:

Salvador Dali (1954) by Philippe Halsman



Life without music and art is just.. Makeup and sex. Earth without art is just.. Black. Pain started having sex, the music was way too powerful. A whole bunch of old white people started fucking on a balcony of garlic bread.
Allen Ginsberg  (via space-doodoopistolz)



wrk-kevintownsend:

KEVIN TOWNSEND
a shadow too heavy to drag behind me
a drawing made by erasing, in which the debris left behind constitutes the finished work

42 hour durational drawing performance
completed in 7, 6 hour shifts over the course of 1 week—
documentation images above were taken at the end of each shift and are presented in reverse chronological order.

  • powdered graphite is buffed and burnished on a 7’ x 8’ section of wall over the course of 6 hours
  • each subsequent 6 hour session is spent methodically removing the burnished graphite from the wall surface using white plastic erasers
  • at the end of each 6 hour session a documentation image is taken
  • all eraser shavings are preserved, as they are the drawing
  • the shavings are a physical quantification of time—
    each shard is embedded with the graphite that was once on the wall
    and the physical exertion required to remove it




Edvard Munch - ”Autoportrait à la bouteille de vin”
 c.1926

Edvard Munch - ”Autoportrait à la bouteille de vin”

 c.1926

(Source: kirgiakos)



jjunymuustardd:

Daniel Gustav Cramer.

jjunymuustardd:

Daniel Gustav Cramer.



And all this ceaseless labor—to what end? Merely to entomb oneself deeper and deeper in silence, it seems, so deep that one can never be dragged out of it again by anybody.
Franz Kafka, Investigations of a Dog  (via kafkaesque-world)

(Source: intellectual-poaching)



hideback:

Cicada, Stages of Conventionalization
Hugo Froelich, Keramic Studio Magazine, 1905

hideback:

Cicada, Stages of Conventionalization

Hugo Froelich, Keramic Studio Magazine, 1905



salvadordali-art:

March of Time Comittee - Papillon, 1940
Salvador Dali

salvadordali-art:

March of Time Comittee - Papillon, 1940

Salvador Dali




Sabine WEISS - Alberto Giacometti, ca. 1954

Sabine WEISS - Alberto Giacometti, ca. 1954

(Source: europeansculpture)



fyeahwomenartists:

Martha Wilson

fyeahwomenartists:

Martha Wilson



uvre:

Claude Rutault, 2010.

uvre:

Claude Rutault, 2010.



Banal ideas cannot be rescued by beautiful execution.
Sol Lewitt, Sentences on Conceptual Art, #32. (via douchamp)