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April 12, 2014 at 1:43pm
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Kyp Malone, Tunde Adebimpe, Kronos Quartet, Stuart Bogie -Sorrow Tears and Blood-

my friend Stu sent me this. He knows his music, this man. 

April 9, 2014 at 6:34pm
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Agota Lukyte

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Agota Lukyte

6:33pm
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Leaves and shadows. by swoonhq http://ift.tt/1grrpFk

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Leaves and shadows. by swoonhq http://ift.tt/1grrpFk

5:26pm
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Dance Student, 1978 by Janung on PBase.comVisit Amselcom

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Dance Student, 1978 by Janung on PBase.com
Visit Amselcom

April 5, 2014 at 10:39pm
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hairoot:

#namaadhu
2014.04.03

10:38pm
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9:26pm
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meetingVisit Amselcom

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meeting
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Wow …

11:27am
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(via The Best of “Movie Poster of the Day,” Part 6 on Notebook | MUBI)

Hungarian poster for THE AMPHIBIAN MAN (Vladimir Chebotaryov & Gennadi Kazansky, USSR, 1962), artist: Sándor Benko (1922-2007).

mudwerks:

(via The Best of “Movie Poster of the Day,” Part 6 on Notebook | MUBI)

Hungarian poster for THE AMPHIBIAN MAN (Vladimir Chebotaryov & Gennadi Kazansky, USSR, 1962), artist: Sándor Benko (1922-2007).

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April 4, 2014 at 8:11pm
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Jose augusto castro 2008

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Jose augusto castro
2008

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7:58pm
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These are beautiful. 

dynamicafrica:

Select artworks from Nigerian artist Njideka Akunyili:

"Nigeria is almost a third character in my work," she said. "A lot of my work is about investigating my love for Nigeria and my life in America.

"I met my husband at college and there was some anxiety that if I married outside my culture I would lose my identity, but there is a space in my work where these things come together."

Akunyili is hoping to help change attitudes to art in Nigeria, where she said appreciation is growing slowly.

"If I hadn’t left Nigeria, I wouldn’t be an artist, I would be a doctor," she said. "When I told my parents I wanted to be an artist, they couldn’t get their heads around why an educated person who went to college in America would want to be an artist.

"If people think of artists, it’s somebody by the side of the road painting signs."

[…]

"When I was young, the less Nigerian you were the cooler you were, but now we have gone back to tradition," said Akunyili. "There’s a nice energy about the country that’s finally coming into its own."

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April 2, 2014 at 10:39am
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Elena Boils

Prints for YCN Shop

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10:37am
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Winston Chmielinski, Waterfall

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Winston Chmielinski, Waterfall

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March 28, 2014 at 8:47pm
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I’ll be attending SGCI in San Francisco for Carving Through Borders Steam Roller printing event Saturday March 29th in San Francisco

Wow! That’s huge!

felipebaeza:

I’ll be attending SGCI in San Francisco for Carving Through Borders Steam Roller printing event Saturday March 29th in San Francisco

Wow! That’s huge
!

March 25, 2014 at 3:05pm
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Can I turn myself around?

3:01pm
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Ara Güler - Allah (God) (1956)

Big God

pikeys:

Ara Güler - Allah (God) (1956)

Big God