7knotwind:

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ben Butler

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some of these remind me of Andy Goldsworthy

theoddmentemporium:

Rat king in the scientific museum Mauritianum Altenburg, Germany:
Rat kings are phenomena said to arise when a number of rats become intertwined at their tails, which become stuck together with blood, dirt, ice, excrement or simply knotted. The animals reputedly grow together while joined at the tails. The numbers of rats that are joined together can vary, but naturally rat kings formed from a larger number of rats are rarer. The phenomenon is particularly associated with Germany, where the majority of instances have been reported. Historically, there are various superstitions surrounding rat kings, and they were often seen as an extremely bad omen, particularly associated with plagues. MORE.
Vile.

theoddmentemporium:

Rat king in the scientific museum Mauritianum Altenburg, Germany:

Rat kings are phenomena said to arise when a number of rats become intertwined at their tails, which become stuck together with blood, dirt, ice, excrement or simply knotted. The animals reputedly grow together while joined at the tails. The numbers of rats that are joined together can vary, but naturally rat kings formed from a larger number of rats are rarer. The phenomenon is particularly associated with Germany, where the majority of instances have been reported. Historically, there are various superstitions surrounding rat kings, and they were often seen as an extremely bad omen, particularly associated with plagues. MORE.

Vile.

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Grouper – Disengaged (767 plays)

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magictransistor:

Jean François Nicéron, La Perspective Curieuse (The Curious Perspective), 1638.

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"When you look deeply into your anger, you will see that the person you call your enemy is also suffering. As soon as you see that, the capacity of accepting and having compassion for them is there."

Thich Nhat Hanh (via thecalminside)

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ericyevak:

Eric Yevak
Composition:465
13”x19”

Ink, Graphite, Spray Paint, Inkjet on Paper

ericyevak:

Eric Yevak

Composition:465

13”x19”

Ink, Graphite, Spray Paint, Inkjet on Paper

qock:

Haizi Mount by Wangjianshuo

qock:

Haizi Mount by Wangjianshuo

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weissesrauschen:

Binary with Distortion by johanssonprojects on Flickr.

weissesrauschen:

Binary with Distortion by johanssonprojects on Flickr.

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pacegallery:

Museum Monday: The New York Times features artists Robert Irwin and James Turrell on the occasion of their small but powerful exhibition at the Villa Menafoglio Litta Panza in Varese, Italy. The exhibition includes James Turrell’s new immersive installation Sight Unseen, which produces the feeling of floating inside a cloud, as well as Robert Irwin’s Varese Portal Room, which evokes his fascination with perception and reality. The exhibition, entitled Aisthesis: The Origin of Sensations, takes its cue from the ancient Greek word for “feeling” and continues through November 2. 

huip-r:

Hermann Nitsch

huip-r:

Hermann Nitsch

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grupaok:

Hans Hollein, Mobile Office, 1969

grupaok:

Hans Hollein, Mobile Office, 1969

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architectureofdoom:

Pays Baltes, Raphaël Bourelly

architectureofdoom:

Pays Baltes, Raphaël Bourelly

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nearlya:

Gerhard Richter View of the exhibition at the Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, 2014

nearlya:

Gerhard Richter View of the exhibition at the Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, 2014