supersonicart:

Scott Scheidly, “The Pinks 2.”

Up now at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California until the end of October is Scott Scheidly’s second solo show at the gallery involving his pink pop culture portraits, “The Pinks 2.”  The unorthodox portraits deal with social perception and symbology to address the way one might view the world around them.  Be sure and check out the show if you’re in the San Francisco area.

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nickdrake:

Keith Haring.

nickdrake:

Keith Haring.

letswakeupworld:

Students kiss after the end of a school day in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

letswakeupworld:

Students kiss after the end of a school day in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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red-lipstick:

Marion Fayolle (b. 1988, Ardèche, France) - Solitude, 2013      Drawings

red-lipstick:

Marion Fayolle (b. 1988, Ardèche, France) - Solitude, 2013      Drawings

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O grupo foi criado baseado no livro “Mulheres que Amam Demais”, de 1985, da autora Robin Norwood, Ed. ARX. A psicóloga e terapeuta familiar Robin Norwood escreveu o livro baseado na sua própria experiência e na experiência de centenas de mulheres envolvidas com dependentes químicos. Ela percebeu um padrão de comportamento comum em todas elas e as chamou de “mulheres que amam demais”. No final do livro ela sugere como abrir grupos para tratar da doença de amar e sofrer demais. No Brasil o primeiro Grupo MADA foi aberto em São Paulo, por uma mulher casada com um dependente químico que se identificou com a proposta do livro. A primeira reunião do Grupo MADA - Jardins, em São Paulo, foi realizada em 16 de abril de 1994. Em seguida, no Rio de Janeiro, a primeira reunião aconteceu em 06 de julho de 1999. O Grupo MADA cresceu e, atualmente temos mais de 48 reuniões semanais no Brasil distribuídas em 11 Estados e o Distrito Federal, e, 01 reunião em Portugal, em Lisboa, e 03 reuniões na Venezuela, em Caracas.

This is a love letter to a machine. It’s not quite the love Joaquin Phoenix felt in “Her,” last year’s Spike Jonze film about a lonely man’s romantic relationship with his intelligent operating system (played by the voice of Scarlett Johansson). But it’s close. In a world where the commonly held wisdom is that technology isolates us, it’s worth considering another side of the story. Photo Credit Louie Chin
It all began simply enough. I’d just read one of those ubiquitous Internet lists called “21 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Could Do.” One of them was this: I could ask Siri, “What planes are above me right now?” and Siri would bark back, “Checking my sources.” Almost instantly there was a list of actual flights — numbers, altitudes, angles — above my head. I happened to be doing this when Gus was nearby. “Why would anyone need to know what planes are flying above your head?” I muttered. Gus replied without looking up: “So you know who you’re waving at, Mommy.”

(Source: The New York Times)

dreamdeath:

Tracey Emin

dreamdeath:

Tracey Emin

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wakanayamazaki:

「Tiger」

玄光社 雑誌イラストレーション204号 挿絵

visualgraphc:

Branding Gierig nach Kunst - Desha Nujsongsinn

visualgraphc:

Branding Gierig nach Kunst - Desha Nujsongsinn

type-lover:

Daily Hand Lettering
by Jonathan Faust

pyramidrome:

***NEW ARTICLE BY ME FOR THE CREATORS PROJECT!

I Talked To The Artist Turning E-Waste Into Projected Star Maps

Excerpt:

How can we design sustainable devices? …Why not build a phone that turns into a water filter or a solar panel when it’s no longer useful as a phone? We need to think creatively. The Earth is a finite resource, and we can’t throw this stuff away forever. So for my next upgrade, I want a phone I can eat when I’m done with it.

Touché :)

laughingsquid:

Tumblr Launches New App for Mac OS X Yosemite