28.08.14/11:04/ 11565

Jesús Duque Cranny
28.08.14/09:14/ 676

(by Jenna Souers)
28.08.14/08:18/ 9895

Aberrant Art, Loose Lips by -Redwood Media Group Events-
26.08.14/16:37/ 30


We believe like wildfire
In a hair-like echo

Silences of darkness are
Windows into water

Stephen Canada, “We Believe Like Wildfire.”
Art Credit Todd Hunter.


Jessica Tremp
26.08.14/13:51/ 221

The title of the work is identical to a series of photographs by Huseyin shot in Odessa, showing curtains blowing in the wind. These images inspired an installation of hardened lace curtains, frozen in time and space. The work refers to the gesture of opening the windows to set free the soul of the deceased, as well as the idea of a spirit present in a room, mysteriously lifting the curtains to reveal its presence.
Gabriel Lester,Melancholia in Arcadia (2011)
All rights are reserved. Photography by Peter Cox. Rabo Art Collection
25.08.14/22:09/ 9549

Ester Idelson
25.08.14/21:14/ 610
25.08.14/20:18/ 39218

Chicago, October, 1976
Vivian Maier
25.08.14/19:23/ 215


Hense - 700 Delaware (2012) - Mural on abandoned church


At age 18, photographer Mike Brodie left home and train hopped across the US. He spent 3 years documenting his adventures, photographing the vagabonds he met along the way. A selection of the INCREDIBLE photos here.
25.08.14/17:32/ 3331

when someone on your dash is nightblogging and its still daytime where you live
25.08.14/08:18/ 124578

Li Wei (born in 1970, Hubei, China) is a contemporary artist from Beijing, China. His work often depicts him in apparently gravity-defying situations. Wei started off his performance series, Mirroring, and later on took off attention with his Falls series which shows the artist with his head and chest embedded into the ground. His work is a mixture of performance art and photography that creates illusions of a sometimes dangerous reality. Li Wei states that these images are not computer montages, but that he uses mirrors, metal wires, scaffolding and acrobatics.
25.08.14/07:23/ 1596


Details of tilework, Gurgi Mosque, Tripoli, Libya, ca. 1834

Canvas  by  andbamnan