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Dying Roses Installation by Anya Gallacio

Lights on a superb installation entitled “Red on Green” by London-based artist Anya Gallacio who specializes in site-specific  using organic materials as her medium. She pulled the heads off of 10,000 roses that she arranged in a tight space and let to die so that the viewers could observe the process od decay. A passionate celebration of death.

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teganfeatsara:

1. The End of Evangelion: 1997

2. Adventure Time: 2014

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nulchar:

keith gloomyfag is homo novus

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"Whether you more strongly feel the monumental significance of tiny things or the massive void between them depends on who you are, and how your brain chemistry is balanced at a particular moment. We walk around with miniature, emotional versions of the universe inside of us."

Josh Worth, "If the Moon Were Only 1 Pixel" (via coketalk)

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germanpostwarmodern:

Municipal Theater (1964-68) in St. Gallen, Switzerland, by Claude Paillard

germanpostwarmodern:

Municipal Theater (1964-68) in St. Gallen, Switzerland, by Claude Paillard

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Pelican – Drought (4 plays)

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nickkahler:

James Turrell, Stone Sky, 2001-7
http://www.stonescape.us/property/skyspaces.html

nickkahler:

James Turrell, Stone Sky, 2001-7

http://www.stonescape.us/property/skyspaces.html

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victoriana1313:

Fused skulls on display at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.

victoriana1313:

Fused skulls on display at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.

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Oneohtrix Point Never – Returnal (8 plays)

gloomyfag:

Oneohtrix Point Never | Returnal

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gloomyfag:

 I am soft and malleable like clay, and I continue to work and shape myself every single day. I roll myself up into a ball and start over from square one every morning, and the shape I become by the time I lay my head to rest is never the same as it was the night before. 

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