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ianbrooks:

An Evening with Steve Perry from bizarrocomics
Can you just picture Steve Perry saying: “Excellent… release the hounds”.

ianbrooks:

An Evening with Steve Perry from bizarrocomics

Can you just picture Steve Perry saying: “Excellent… release the hounds”.

paleofuture:

The Disco-Blasting Robot Waiters of 1980s Pasadena

electrikthunder:

High-Speed photographs of colour ink on water by Alberto Emiliano Seveso.

ianbrooks:

An Evening with Steve Perry from bizarrocomics
Can you just picture Steve Perry saying: “Excellent… release the hounds”.

ianbrooks:

An Evening with Steve Perry from bizarrocomics

Can you just picture Steve Perry saying: “Excellent… release the hounds”.

oxane:

figure 1258  by r8r
whitneymuseum:

Congratulations to choreographer Sarah Michelson, recipient of the 2012 Bucksbaum Award. Photo of Michelson’s 4th Floor residency via The New York Times.

whitneymuseum:

Congratulations to choreographer Sarah Michelson, recipient of the 2012 Bucksbaum Award. Photo of Michelson’s 4th Floor residency via The New York Times.

ffoodd:

Sourdough pancakes, breakfast of champions!
More at my flickr 

ffoodd:

Sourdough pancakes, breakfast of champions!

More at my flickr 

creativetime:

Here’s a Creative Time throwback for you. Craig Konyk and Steve Lamb’s “Bridge” was just one of the many installations at Art on the Beach 8 (1987) in the Battery Park City landfill.
(Photograph by Thomas Griesel)

creativetime:

Here’s a Creative Time throwback for you. Craig Konyk and Steve Lamb’s “Bridge” was just one of the many installations at Art on the Beach 8 (1987) in the Battery Park City landfill.

(Photograph by Thomas Griesel)

hellanne:

New York at Night (by JC Richardson)

hellanne:

New York at Night (by JC Richardson)

langste:

Skull bookshleves formed with everyday items: As many artists know, ‘vanitas’ can be defined as a type of symbolic art, often including symbols like skulls, rotten fruit, hourglasses, and other items related to the brevity of life and the certainty of death. London-based artist James Hopkins’ series Vanitas is quite a clever, modern take on this still life genre.