September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014
"-Toma un poco más de té -ofreció solícita la Liebre de Marzo.
-Hasta ahora no he tomado nada -protestó Alicia en tono ofendido-, de modo que no puedo tomar más.
-Quieres decir que no puedes tomar menos -puntualizó el Sombrerero-. Es mucho más fácil tomar más que nada."

— Fragmento de Alicia en el País de las Maravillas, Lewis Carroll (via poesianoerestu)

September 15, 2014
saddest-summer:

Francesca Perry

saddest-summer:

Francesca Perry

September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014

terrifiantus:

Abandoned theaters.

Sources:
Photo one by Laura Farmer
Photo two and three by Brrr Urbex
Photo four and five by Jeremy Marshall

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September 15, 2014

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September 15, 2014
nevver:

Give a fuck

nevver:

Give a fuck

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September 14, 2014
undr:

Henri Cartier-Bresson
Rome, 1952

undr:

Henri Cartier-Bresson

Rome, 1952

September 14, 2014
e-stocado:

Bruno Munari

e-stocado:

Bruno Munari

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September 14, 2014

asylum-art:

 Burning Man 2014 Moments by Trey Ratcliff

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Embrace was a 72 ft wooden, cathedral-like sculpture of two human figures, “in celebration of all our relationships”. The site-specific artwork was created by the Pier Group for Burning Man 2014.
It was the largest project to date for the Pier Group, which gained acclaim for its previous Burning Man installations The Pier, Pier 2, and the Ichthyosaur Puppet Project. Crews began construction on Embrace in October 2013 at the Generator community art space in Reno, and in studios in Vancouver and Portland.
During this year’s festival the massive wooden sculpture was set aflame and Trey Ratcliff was on hand to capture the incredible moment. Below you can see what the interactive sculpture looked like before it was burned.

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August 16, 2014

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