Un sarcófago lleno de plumas. Aesthetic, passionate and arbitrary.
"Últimamente todo el mundo sueña con ser un personaje de “El Desencanto” y eso no me ayuda a relativizar mis problemas. Me demuestra que el mundo está lleno de esnobismo, “mujeres locas” y hombres con camisas de cuadros escribiendo con una Olivetti en un Starbucks. Un mundo lleno de poetas como símbolo de personas con una inteligencia desaprovechada por cuestión de ego."
Monday 9/29/2014

ainhoa rebolledo; 2013;

Ainhoa Rebolledo, Tricot, 2013
"Sometimes people think they know you. They know a few facts about you, and they piece you together in a way that makes sense to them. And if you don’t know yourself very well, you might even believe that they are right. But the truth is, that isn’t you. That isn’t you at all."
Wednesday 9/24/2014

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leila sales;

Leila Sales, This Song Will Save Your Life (via kaziym)

(Source: larmoyante, via bridgettelizabeth)


Sheila Hicks, La Clef, 1988; rubber bands, metal key. Photo: Bastiaan van den Berg.
Monday 9/1/2014

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sheila hicks; 80s; 1988;


Sheila Hicks, La Clef, 1988; rubber bands, metal key. Photo: Bastiaan van den Berg.

(Source: craftcouncil.org)

Friday 8/22/2014

eva rothschild;


Eva Rothschild http://www.303gallery.com/exhibition/index.php?exhid=150&p=images
"In making a portrait drawing remember that the figure is an ‘art object’ and so many drawings have been made of it that it is easy to fail to see it as a problem of observation and translation and try to reproduce what you think figure drawings should look like. In making these initial portrait drawings the head should be considered as a single three-dimensional form which is made up of a series of forms connected together. These forms and both their internal tensions and the tensions existing between them and the other forms of the head have to be observed, analysed and translated. The likeness that has to be aimed at is one of truth to observation - not a likeness produced by superficially emphasizing some feature of the head that may be instantly recognizable."
Saturday 8/9/2014

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ian simpson; 1973; 70s;

Ian Simpson, Drawing, seeing and observation, 1973
Thursday 7/31/2014

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chuck groenink;

(Source: foxslang)

Monday 7/28/2014

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jessica hische;

"¿Crowdfunding? No, no creo en el crowdfunding, eso no deja de ser algo hecho por la derecha. Ellos son los que piensan que se debe hacer el arte sin pagar, sin dinero. Es ir a favor de que el arte no se haga con dinero y eso es pensamiento fascista. ¿Cómo que sin dinero? Eso es facha. El crowdfunding es ir a favor de un pensamiento facha. Me parece una trampa."
Thursday 7/17/2014

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