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creaturesofcomfort: The women of Black Mountain College c. 1940s Cynthia Carr, Barbara Sieck, Ruth Asawa, Elaine de Kooning

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darksideof: “My mental garden”, graphite on wood gesso coated, 17,7 x 11,8 inches (framed: 20,8 x 14,9) For the group show, “A Few Small Nips - A Tribute to Frida Kahlo ” on November 8th at Distinction Gallery, Escondido, California and curated by June Leeloo. For the preview list, please email Melissa directly: melissa@distinctionart.com or click here.

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prunvs: Flowering Desert, Chile The flowering desert is a climatic phenomenon that occurs in the Atacama Desert, known as the driest place in the world. The phenomenon consists of the blossoming of a wide variety of flowers between the months of September and November in years when rainfall is unusually high. The flowering desert involves more than 200 species of flower most of them endemic to the Atacama region.

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retrowar: A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18C Hornet with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 251 taxis down a flightline during a joint training exercise

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Feb. 8, 1979: In Dix Hills, on Long Island, a fresh snow offered sledding for some and slippery conditions for others. This image was reproduced later that same year in the Opinion section of the Long Island edition, accompanying a sort of ode by a nature columnist to the season: “Winter, superficially bleak, masks the natural processes that are continuing in the everlasting struggle to survive,” Sy Barlowe wrote in The New York Times. Photo: Barton Silverman/The New York Times

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Peng Wei(彭薇 Chinese, b.1974)From the series Shoes   Colored Ink on paper,  340x340mm each  via

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August 27, 2014

Happy 35th Birthday to Dig Dug!Dig Dug (ディグダグ?) is an arcade game developed and published by Namco in Japan and released on April 19, 1982. It was later published outside of Japan by Atari. The game was later ported for several consoles and included in compilations such as the Namco Museum series. The game is based on a simple concept…  to eliminate underground-dwelling monsters by inflating them until they pop, or by dropping rocks on them. 

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Cy TwomblyAmerican, 1928-2011 Untitled, 2001 Acrylic, wax crayon, pencil, and collage 48.75 x 39 in. Collection of the artist

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cometsovcupid:There are eyes everywhere. No blind spot left. What shall we dream of when everything becomes visible? We’ll dream of being blind. Paul Virilio #invisibleman #paulvirilio #hgwells http://ift.tt/2vTOttq

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“Coffee Break”by Rob Zangrillo for Cotton BureauWho doesn’t love a coffee break? Inspired by 1930’s animation, this little guy is your caffeinated, happy-go-lucky mascot. Hand-drawn and lettered.Printed on super soft poly-cotton blend heather tee.Buy it Here! https://cottonbureau.com/products/coffee-break

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August 9, 2014 Borden Capalino

13 years ago today, April 24th, a personal skate zine created by yours truly moved online under the same name, Fecal Face. Over the years we’ve morphed and modified as the nature of the internet changes, and what the future has in store for us is a complete mystery since none of this was planned to begin with. Maybe like poop itself, we just go with the flow until we eventually get sucked down that large dirty hole… moving on to other potential shitty adventures. Bring it on. Here&r...

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subtilitas: Meier Hug - Natural History Museum, St.Gallen 2016. Via, photos © Roman Keller.  Keep reading

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August 21, 2013
November 30, 2012

PHOTO: PATRICK TOMBOLA—LAIFInside El Salvador’s ‘War Without Sense’Warring gangs have turned El Salvador into one of the world’s deadliest places

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FRIIIIIIIDAY!! @gregmike #streetart #losangeles #graffiti #art #streetartist #graf #urbanart #rsa_graffiti #rsa_preciousjunk #rsa_streetview #dsb_graff #artist #arte #arteurbano #be_one_urbanart #royalsnappingartists #tv_streetart #infamous_family #igla #LA #mural #rawr #bear #venice #abbotkinney #gregmike (at Abbot Kinney Boulevard)

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December 26, 2013 JEFF DUNHAM?, 2013
March 27, 2012

Stan Douglas Hors-champs, 1992 Two-channel video installation with stereo sound Dimensions variable Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner, New York

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The American opera star Miss Madeline Keltie — not Margaret, as the undated photo’s verso mistakenly claims — took in the giant treasures of Egypt from the vantage of a camel’s back. As her mentions in The Times might suggest, such touristic grandeur was fitting for someone who was capable of achieving “a triumph” for her performance in “Madame Butterfly.” “Miss Keltie, in her interpretation of Puccini’s heroine,” raved The Times, “not only distinguished herself with a voice of great range and b...

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theaviationwriter: First look! Airbus completes paintwork on first A350 XWB - more photos on www.theaviationwriter.com

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