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Paul Gauguin, Sunday (mahana no atua) 1894

I grew up with these paintings

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Reality and imagination, Leslie Jean-Bart

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Kenneth Noland (American, 1924-2010), Blush, 1978. Lithograph on Rives BFK paper, 29 x 35 in. Numbered 47/50.

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Maaike Bakker, The Pleasure Principle series, 2013, images posted with permission of the artist.


Porcelain sculpture installation titled 399 Days by London based Rachel Kneebone currently at White Cube - Bermondsey through 28 September 2014 



Fearless, Gemma O’Brien

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Fade to black, Isabella Vacchi


Swedish native Sophie Mörner and her friends took a day-trip to a park, setting up camp in the woods. Mörner captured the above photo early in the morning, her sleepers made up of friends, acquaintances and a few strangers all basking in the glow of the warming sun. The colors and composition become a painterly tableau, Mörner’s subjects lounging and oblivious as if in an enchanted slumber. For Mörner, the image represents the ultimate relaxation and harmony, lost in the moment to nature

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Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki, ‘Garden’, 2013

'Garden' is an installation composed of 1,100 panels designed using 3D software and manufactured to be held together by the artists’ origami inspired zipper technology. The piece was then placed in a shopping container for exhibition at the Kobe Biennial in 2013.

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Steel & Oak Brewing

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Queens of the Stone Age - Josh Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Dean Fertita, Michael Shuman & Jon Theodore @ Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, on Thursday, July 17, 2014

…Like Clockwork Tour Setlist:

You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar, but I Feel Like a Millionaire
No One Knows
My God Is the Sun
Smooth Sailing
I’m Designer
Monsters in the Parasol
I Sat by the Ocean
…Like Clockwork
If I Had a Tail
Little Sister
Turnin’ on the Screw
Fairweather Friends
Make It Wit Chu
Sick, Sick, Sick
The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret
Go With the Flow

The Vampyre of Time and Memory
Feel Good Hit of the Summer
A Song for the Dead


I’m looking for a bootleg rec of this. If anyone has it hook a sister up

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Joel Tettamanti’s “Kobos.”

In these photographs Joel Tettamanti documents the different “Kobo” or blankets that citizens of Lesotho, Africa wear instead of traditional skins or furs.  See many more of the beautiful photographs below:

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