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    FullMoon from João Sousa on Vimeo.

    Full Moon
    Caldas, Portugal
    June 23rd
    2013

    sounds from the tripoli antinato soundsystem featuring Great Dub in the Sky and Time from Dubside of the Moon, EasystarAllStars tribute to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon

    — 5 days ago

    360° Video using 6 GoPro Cameras - spherical panorama timelapse from j0n4s on Vimeo.

    First attempt to create a 360° spherical panorama video using 6 GoPro Cameras in 3D printed mount. And it works! :)

    More Information here: jonasginter.de/360-grad-video-mit-6-gopro-kameras/

    music:
    The Custodian of Records
    freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Custodian_of_Records/She_Hate_Me/Your_Blogs_in_my_business

    Copyright: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/

    — 1 week ago

    scalesofperception:

    Sacral Contemplation | Ian Davis | Socks Studio

    New-York based artist Ian Davis paints scenes where human beings are reduced to minimal multiplied figures gathering around a monumental presence. The main focus of a sacral contemplation by the anonymous crowd is sometimes a technological artifact, sometimes an infrastructure or a building . It’s the dramatic depiction of a world where man-made artifacts overcome the society of people who produced them, painted in an ironic, almost cartoon-like style.

    SoP | Scale of Representation

    — 1 month ago with 1655 notes

    Destino from Green Villain on Vimeo.

    A DVD rip of Desitno, Walt Disney’s and Salvador Dali’s short animation made in 1946.
    this IS NOT MY VIDEO. used for preservation purposes ONLY.

    come say hello over @ g.reenvillain.com

    — 3 months ago

    YAMASUKI YAMAZAKI やますき、やまざき from Shishi Yamazaki on Vimeo.

    When you’re insanely happy, you’re so happy to be happy, that you forget what made you happy.

    ひどく嬉しい時、嬉しさが嬉しくて、何が嬉しかったのか忘れるぐらい嬉しい。
    体をめぐる喜びの循環。

    Directer: Shishi Yamazaki

    Music by Yamasuki’s
    Yama Yama : Daniel Vangarde

    All songs published by Bleu Blanc Rouge

    — 4 months ago
    theparisreview:

“What I have been doing lately: I was lying in bed and the doorbell rang. I ran downstairs. Quick. I opened the door. There was no one there. I stepped outside. Either it was drizzling or there was a lot of dust in the air and the dust was damp. I stuck out my tongue and the drizzle or the damp dust tasted like government school ink. I looked north. I looked south. I decided to start walking north. While walking north I decided that I didn’t have any shoes on my feet and that is why I was walking so fast. While walking north I looked up and saw the planet Venus and said, ‘It must be almost morning.’ I saw a monkey in a tree. The tree had no leaves. I said, ‘Aa, monkey. Must look at that. A monkey.’ I walked for I don’t know how long before I came up to a big body of water. The big body of water was blue and silver and rippled and looked as if it had been a painting painted by a woman. I wanted to get across it but I couldn’t swim. I wanted to get across it but it would take me years to build a boat. I wanted to get across it but it would take me I didn’t know how long to build a bridge. Years passed and then one day, feeling like it, I got into my boat and rowed across.”
—Jamaica Kincaid, from “What I Have Been Doing Lately”Art credit D. B. Horowitz.

    theparisreview:

    “What I have been doing lately: I was lying in bed and the doorbell rang. I ran downstairs. Quick. I opened the door. There was no one there. I stepped outside. Either it was drizzling or there was a lot of dust in the air and the dust was damp. I stuck out my tongue and the drizzle or the damp dust tasted like government school ink. I looked north. I looked south. I decided to start walking north. While walking north I decided that I didn’t have any shoes on my feet and that is why I was walking so fast. While walking north I looked up and saw the planet Venus and said, ‘It must be almost morning.’ I saw a monkey in a tree. The tree had no leaves. I said, ‘Aa, monkey. Must look at that. A monkey.’ I walked for I don’t know how long before I came up to a big body of water. The big body of water was blue and silver and rippled and looked as if it had been a painting painted by a woman. I wanted to get across it but I couldn’t swim. I wanted to get across it but it would take me years to build a boat. I wanted to get across it but it would take me I didn’t know how long to build a bridge. Years passed and then one day, feeling like it, I got into my boat and rowed across.”

    Jamaica Kincaid, from “What I Have Been Doing Lately”
    Art credit D. B. Horowitz.

    (via hora-fericirii)

    — 5 months ago with 316 notes

    arpeggia:

    Ossian Brown - Haunted Air, 2010 (with an introduction by David Lynch and afterword by Geoff Cox)

    "Anonymous Halloween photographs from c.1875–1955—truly haunting Americana, with a foreword by David Lynch. The photographs in Haunted Air provide an extraordinary glimpse into the traditions of this macabre festival from ages past, and form an important document of photographic history. These are the pictures of the dead: family portraits, mementos of the treasured, now unrecognizable, and others.” [Amazon]

    — 5 months ago with 3686 notes

    fer1972:

    Hand-carved Wooden Sculptures by Morgan Herrin 

    — 5 months ago with 2802 notes