my best friend gets on a bus to Santa Fe tomorrow and will be gone by 8am.


and I am a ruin of columbus.

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ahwuu:

"Let’s do our new fistbump, Michael!"

"We came up with that last night at the bar about 14 drinks in." (x)

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Anemone/thisle cigar box lid. Tone wash for #sugarskull blehihave25boxesineedtostopbeingawussandjustdothem

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We made pretzels! Sean is on top.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Cara Thayer & Louie Van Patten

“One of our goals has always been to paint with the intention of the finished work resembling that of an individual painter. In trying to find a common inspiration with each other, we discovered that it is very difficult to define who you are to another person and explain your feelings with any kind of consistency, let alone authenticity. When you attempt to define yourself with conviction, you can easily attach yourself to an unsustainable perspective. Furthermore, as our lives are driven by self-definition, what we understand to be authentic is constantly in flux, regardless of intention. In our work, we have become interested in these ideas being personified in paint. What is the face of self-mythologizing? What is comfort? Can the counterfeit be as effective as the real thing? Or is something like comfort simply defined by how we define ourselves? These are questions that we feel are better suited to be asked with paint, rather than words.” -Cara Thayer & Louie Van Patten

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asylum-art:

Dripping of sculptures by Adrien Coroller

Adrien COROLLER is an artist who likes to play with wood and its aspects to contradict the physical characteristics.
He made 2011 a series of sculptures called Heartwood, the heartwood is the internal part of the wood, corresponding to the increase in the oldest areas formed, no longer contain living cells. Also called “heart wood” or “heartwood”, it is a hard wood, compact, dense, dry rot.
This is in contradiction with all these qualities and fun that the artist gives us the impression that his wooden frames are melting as if they were made of chocolate.

"Every act of creation is first an act of destruction."
Pablo Picasso

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dudeufugly:

deleted scene - Third Star

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reapersun:

holy crap guys no more pirate requests

pirate time is ended

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Jinx admiring my cigar box bounty. Nowww, who knows the best way to remove stickers from wood?!

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koikoikoi:

These photographs, by New York-based Bing Wright, feature reflections of sunsets in shattered mirrors.

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deebzy:

John would be so disappointed.

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asylum-art:

How to make clouds indoors: The art of Berndnaut Smilde

Of course, recreating a cloud and all the physical elements that go along with it is an act that requires meticulous planning entailing carefully controlling the temperature and humidity levels of the room, constantly moistening the air inside it and adjusting the lighting to create a dramatic and realistic effect. When the room conditions are ideal, a fog machine unleashes a dense mist that appears heavy and damp, just like a real life raincloud. Floating proudly in the middle of the oddest of spaces, they last for only a few brief moments before dissipating into thin air.

In fact, very few people have actually seen Berndnaut Smilde's work in person. As short-lived as a summer storm, his whimsical clouds live only to exist in photographic form. Somewhere in-between reality and representation, the beauty of a fleeting haze is captured on a print that becomes the only medium to prove that they ever in fact existed. Building on awe and disbelief, it is this highly ephemeral nature of theirs that makes them so special, as if they were another urban myth that one has yet to witness but still fervently believes

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Dumpling making and Battlestar. We nerds.

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