Bowie in Japan, 1973.
Photo by Koh Hasebe/Shinko Music Archives

Bowie in Japan, 1973.

Photo by Koh Hasebe/Shinko Music Archives

rave94:

Cold Cave - Youth And Lust

predecessors:

Directional sound finders used to detect incoming enemy planes. 1917.

predecessors:

Directional sound finders used to detect incoming enemy planes. 1917.

(Source: docinla)


Portrait of a woman, Detail. by Antoine Vestier

Portrait of a woman, Detail. by Antoine Vestier

(Source: sadnessdollart)

sigilmancy:

oneheadtoanother:

Hans Glaser
Glaser is most-known for printing a broadsheet news article on April 14, 1561 describing a mass sighting of a celestial event or unidentified flying objects that occurred over Nuremberg on April 4 of the same year. The broadsheet, illustrated with a woodcut engraving and text, is preserved at the Zentralbibliothek Zürich in Zurich, Switzerland.[2] It describes objects of various shapes including crosses, spears, discs, a crescent, and a tubular object from which several smaller, round objects emerged and darted around the sky at dawn.[3]

-ZM

sigilmancy:

oneheadtoanother:

Hans Glaser

Glaser is most-known for printing a broadsheet news article on April 14, 1561 describing a mass sighting of a celestial event or unidentified flying objects that occurred over Nuremberg on April 4 of the same year. The broadsheet, illustrated with a woodcut engraving and text, is preserved at the Zentralbibliothek Zürich in Zurich, Switzerland.[2] It describes objects of various shapes including crosses, spears, discs, a crescent, and a tubular object from which several smaller, round objects emerged and darted around the sky at dawn.[3]

-ZM

sebastian-dummyplug:

The boy with the thorn in his side 
Behind the hatred there lies 
A murderous desire for love

zsusz:

public apologies (2014)

1) i am sorry my kindness became cruelty

2) i am sorry you lived your life like an apology

3) i am sorry i always ate take away instead of your tender home cooked meals

4) i am sorry i didn’t know the different between selfishness & self preservation 

5) i am sorry i called out your brother’s name when we were having sex

6) i am sorry i promised you gentle realism

7) i am sorry i never learnt to pronounce your name properly

8) i am sorry i shoplifted every gift i have ever given to a friend

9) i am sorry i saw your suffering as something beautiful

10) i am sorry that i don’t wake up when you begin sobbing at 3am

11) i am sorry for comparing ever kiss to the taste of pork

12) i am sorry for only coming up with 3 reasons to keep respiring

13) i am sorry for equating ever relationship with a lobotomy

14) i am sorry i never picked up my mobile even though my dad called me 43 times on his birthday 

15) i am sorry for liking faces with a black eye & hands with raw knuckles

16) i am sorry

~~~(Concept: wearable performance art)::::

Hand embroidered white jumper with black string depicting the concept of a performative and externalised state of being apologetic. Instead of repressing or harbouring feelings of guilt, desire, perversion, etc, the wearer can publicly display their affective state and past events which may hold conflict or trigger tension. Furthermore, historical artefacts which are both intimate and personal are made even more vulnerable by this act of wearing it as an everyday and integrated piece of clothing, challenging the notion of a sacred and internalised state of suffering and remorse. The anecdotal and narrative nature of the sentences also serves to conjure a more personalised and relatable form by evoking a standard post-pubescent mood. Ultimately the wearer can confront and be confronted by their own clothing. 

eatsleepdraw:

Mani, 2013,  Ellen Porteus
www.ellenporteus.com

eatsleepdraw:

Mani, 2013,  Ellen Porteus

www.ellenporteus.com

(Source: metallipstick)