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This is Lady Peanut. She likes to sit by me when I get out the ukulele.

This actually brought tears to my eyes..

(Source: sucking-fluts, via strawberryswisher)

ssdmmfr:

Artist:
Michael Reedy
“Expulsion (e.)”
Mixed Media on Paper
42” x 42”
2012

ssdmmfr:

Artist:

Michael Reedy

“Expulsion (e.)”

Mixed Media on Paper

42” x 42”

2012

(via thevisualhag)

actegratuit:

Vik Muniz tears, blends and forms images out of magazines by replicating iconic famous paintings. The Brazilian artist entitles his series ‘Pictures of Magazines 2′ based on artists such as Edouard Manet, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne and other fore-fathers of art. Simply Brilliant.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sukhi Barber

Appearance Emptiness. Bronze,  31 x 24 x 17 cm. (edition 7 of 9).

Appearance Emptiness II. Bronze, 62 x 52 x 36 cm. (edition 1 of 6).

writersandkitties:

George Plimpton and his athletic kitty.

writersandkitties:

George Plimpton and his athletic kitty.

showslow:

Realist oil painter Lee Price paints self-portraits of herself from an overhead vantage point, primarily in bathrooms while eating junk food. 

cosascool:


Nadia Wicker’

theparisreview:

In the morning mice scamperover the headover the floor of the headshreds of conversationsscraps of a poemthe room’s museentersin a blue apronsweepssuch important guestsvisit my masterwell Heraclitus the Ephesian for exampleor the prophet Isaiahtoday no one ringsthe master paces about impatientlytalks to himselftears up innocent papersin the evening goes out in an unknown directionthe muse unties her blue apronrests her elbows on the window sillleans outwaitsfor her sergeantwith the red mustaches—Zbigniew Herbert, “Ordinariness of the Soul”Photography Credit Kanoa Zimmerman

theparisreview:

In the morning mice scamper
over the head
over the floor of the head
shreds of conversations
scraps of a poem
the room’s muse
enters
in a blue apron
sweeps

such important guests
visit my master
well Heraclitus the Ephesian for example
or the prophet Isaiah

today no one rings

the master paces about impatiently
talks to himself
tears up innocent papers

in the evening goes out in an unknown direction

the muse unties her blue apron
rests her elbows on the window sill
leans out
waits
for her sergeant
with the red mustaches

Zbigniew Herbert, “Ordinariness of the Soul”
Photography Credit Kanoa Zimmerman

(Source: black-leather, via recreaction)

(Source: rua657)

This is Lady Peanut. She likes to sit by me when I get out the ukulele.

This actually brought tears to my eyes..

(Source: sucking-fluts, via strawberryswisher)

ssdmmfr:

Artist:
Michael Reedy
“Expulsion (e.)”
Mixed Media on Paper
42” x 42”
2012

ssdmmfr:

Artist:

Michael Reedy

“Expulsion (e.)”

Mixed Media on Paper

42” x 42”

2012

(via thevisualhag)

actegratuit:

Vik Muniz tears, blends and forms images out of magazines by replicating iconic famous paintings. The Brazilian artist entitles his series ‘Pictures of Magazines 2′ based on artists such as Edouard Manet, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne and other fore-fathers of art. Simply Brilliant.

(via thevisualhag)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sukhi Barber

Appearance Emptiness. Bronze,  31 x 24 x 17 cm. (edition 7 of 9).

Appearance Emptiness II. Bronze, 62 x 52 x 36 cm. (edition 1 of 6).

rrrrrrrroll:

R_35
writersandkitties:

George Plimpton and his athletic kitty.

writersandkitties:

George Plimpton and his athletic kitty.

showslow:

Realist oil painter Lee Price paints self-portraits of herself from an overhead vantage point, primarily in bathrooms while eating junk food. 

cosascool:


Nadia Wicker’

theparisreview:

In the morning mice scamperover the headover the floor of the headshreds of conversationsscraps of a poemthe room’s museentersin a blue apronsweepssuch important guestsvisit my masterwell Heraclitus the Ephesian for exampleor the prophet Isaiahtoday no one ringsthe master paces about impatientlytalks to himselftears up innocent papersin the evening goes out in an unknown directionthe muse unties her blue apronrests her elbows on the window sillleans outwaitsfor her sergeantwith the red mustaches—Zbigniew Herbert, “Ordinariness of the Soul”Photography Credit Kanoa Zimmerman

theparisreview:

In the morning mice scamper
over the head
over the floor of the head
shreds of conversations
scraps of a poem
the room’s muse
enters
in a blue apron
sweeps

such important guests
visit my master
well Heraclitus the Ephesian for example
or the prophet Isaiah

today no one rings

the master paces about impatiently
talks to himself
tears up innocent papers

in the evening goes out in an unknown direction

the muse unties her blue apron
rests her elbows on the window sill
leans out
waits
for her sergeant
with the red mustaches

Zbigniew Herbert, “Ordinariness of the Soul”
Photography Credit Kanoa Zimmerman

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