Evan Holm - Submerged Turntable

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Boyfriends and GirlfriendsÉric Rohmer, 1987

(Source: thethirdpersona, via 7ae)

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(Source: kevintrageser)

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Cait Oppermann - Tangier in pastels, Morocco, 2012.
I recently unearthed this photo from a stack of negatives that I haven’t touched since I scanned the film that would become Sea Blues. I really love this one, though.  Tangier is not a peaceful city on the ground, but from above it can be actually quite serene.

Cait Oppermann - Tangier in pastels, Morocco, 2012.

I recently unearthed this photo from a stack of negatives that I haven’t touched since I scanned the film that would become Sea Blues. I really love this one, though.  Tangier is not a peaceful city on the ground, but from above it can be actually quite serene.

(Source: caitoppermann, via yeobu)

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ohhelloindigo:

(by Emilie Ristevski)

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wnderlst:

Anarstarpi, Iceland | Jens Klettenheimer

wnderlst:

Anarstarpi, Iceland | Jens Klettenheimer

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"Women should dress for themselves, and eventually for other women, and only then maybe also for a handful of men. But they must step out of this outrageously sexed-up hell of signifiers; if they don’t, this junk will make them lose their self-respect. I advocate understatement. Search for subtlety, dare to pass as someone reserved, refuse the stereotypes of sexiness. That way, you will spread fever only where it deserves to be."

Jean Touitou of APC on why unsexy, understated fashion feels fresh via The Guardian

(Source: adieu-tristesse)

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Parking Lot Maple Plantings, East St. Louis, Missouri, 2010 
Alex S. MacLean

Parking Lot Maple Plantings, East St. Louis, Missouri, 2010

Alex S. MacLean

(Source: mpdrolet, via nobunnyluvsyou)

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jacob Hashimoto.

Superabundant Atmosphere

The Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia and the Vervoordt Foundation announce In-finitum, taking place in the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice from 6 June until 15 November, 2009. With In-finitum, the trilogy which started with Artempo: Where Time Becomes Art (Venice, 2007) and continued with Academia: Qui es-tu? (Paris, 2008) will come full circle. Once again set in the magnificent surroundings of the Palazzo Fortuny, In-finitum will guide the visitor from the soul of the unfinished to the border of the infinite, a spiritual journey along works of art abundant with energy. The trilogy as conceived by Axel Vervoordt establishes a perfect balance through the natural time-flow between its three chapters. Artempo: Where Time Becomes Art dealt with the beauty of passing time touching the world, with the mysteriousness of patina and the magical osmosis which exists where cosmos and matière interact. In Academia: Qui es-tu?, the transmission of knowledge and wisdom held center stage, a fixed focal point gently rocked however by the continuous perpetuum mobile of questions and answers. The finale, In-finitum, will traverse into the other realm as it reaches into the universe of the unfinished and the infinite.

(via superficialdepth)

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[Noise is] inspired by the theoretic work of George Berkeley and basics of synesthetic perception. It’s a game of imagination provoked by sound. Individual sounds penetrating into the apartment of the main character relieved of their visual designates evoke images distant from its origins.”

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