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themaninthegreenshirt:

The First Book Of Jazz by Langston Hughes pics by Cliff Roberts, 1954

riotdog:

biomorphosis:

Kestrel is a small falcon known for its hovering flight. They also have the extraordinary ability to keep their head totally still, even in strong winds. This allows them to pinpoint and catch small mammals by sight alone.

such a good cycle!

riotdog:

biomorphosis:

Kestrel is a small falcon known for its hovering flight. They also have the extraordinary ability to keep their head totally still, even in strong winds. This allows them to pinpoint and catch small mammals by sight alone.

such a good cycle!

2headedsnake:

Jason Borders


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erotopaegnion:

rustedfilm :

Genesis P-Orridge, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Peter Christopherson e. Di una performance COUM Transmissions.
Da: Wreckers di civiltà.

erotopaegnion:

rustedfilm :

Genesis P-Orridge, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Peter Christopherson e. Di una performance COUM Transmissions.

Da: Wreckers di civiltà.

schmonophony:

1969 Sunn Solarus

universalcampfire:

by Swedish photographer Benjamin Goss 

"When I first started working in the darkroom I spent hours trying to make the perfect print from one negative. I became a good printer, but how boring it was. After a while I began experimenting and mixing different chemicals and paper together… I learned through trial and error. Lots of error actually, but my mistakes ended up being the final result sometimes. Today I use the darkroom as an place of experimenting and thinking abstract. These images are Ra4 color prints from a mix of B&W and color negatives printed together. 35mm, 120, 4x5."


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dogma-art:

América Latina 1960-2013 at Fondation Cartier. in Paris.

During the era covered by the exhibition, when the climate of political upheaval required an urgent response, many Latin American artists increasingly sought to escape media specificity by bringing text and image together in their work. 

my thoughts now are for Venezuela!

in the pics Volando Bajo 1989, pablo ortiz monastero .Rosangela Rennó Brasil. Cicatriz, museu penitenciário 1997/1998., Luis Pazos, PV, Pablo Vive - Vive pablo 

From November 19, 2013 to April 6, 2014