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2headedsnake:

Matthieu Bourel

posted on 21/09/2014 at 15:05:03 with 1,890 notes

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Julia Cockburn

posted on 21/09/2014 at 02:45:36 with 643 notes

2headedsnake:

Chad Wys

posted on 13/09/2014 at 19:09:04 with 2,093 notes

zzkt:

"Catch of the Day" Campaign Presents Trash Fresh from the Sea

To bring attention to the issue of ocean pollution, the Surfrider Foundation teamed up with advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create the “Catch of the Day” campaign. Actual trash collected from beaches around the U.S. was re-packaged as food and left on display at farmer’s markets to create a impactful, site-specific message. By addressing consumers at the point of purchase, the “Catch of the Day” reminds seafood buyers that ocean pollution isn’t someone else’s problem; rather, it impacts individuals on a daily basis. Some of the repackaged items include cigarette butts from Venice Beach, California; aerosol cans from South Padre Beach, Texas; and condoms from Newport Beach, California. While environmental campaigns often emphasize shock value above all else, the Surfrider project tempers startling subjects with a restrained presentation and refined target audience. 

posted on 13/09/2014 at 11:24:08 with 7,695 notes

asylum-art:

Adolfo Bimer

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Adolfo Bimer (1985) is a Chilean Artist, his most recent work in painting wanders between the discipline of the portrait and a development in new techniques of direct interaction of painting materials, that causes chemical reactions which are used in both metaphorically and visual terms to represent the human body.

posted on 12/09/2014 at 21:47:05 with 2,309 notes

untrustyou:

Amanda Charchian

posted on 12/09/2014 at 21:46:03 with 579 notes

saatchiart:

"I don’t think photography has anything remotely to do with the brain. It has to do with eye appeal." –Horst P. Horst

posted on 11/09/2014 at 10:29:08 with 284 notes

unculturedmag:

Marina Ambramovic & UlayDeath Self (1977)

This performance consisted of the two artists seated in front of each other, connected at the mouth. They took in each other’s breaths until all of their available oxygen had been used up. The performance lasted only 17 minutes, resulting in both artists collapsing unconscious to the floor, having filled their lungs with carbon dioxide. This personal piece explored the idea of an individual’s ability to absorb the life of another person, exchanging and destroying it.

posted on 07/09/2014 at 19:21:13 with 482 notes

casabet64:

Najia Mehadji

posted on 07/09/2014 at 19:19:58 with 1,472 notes

kalories1:

blue-voids:

Henri Matisse working on The Dance (1910)

ahh thats so cool

posted on 07/09/2014 at 19:17:50 with 36,641 notes

zeroing:

Erik Olson

posted on 07/09/2014 at 12:01:00 with 2,270 notes

ycphotographs:

by manuel estheim

posted on 07/09/2014 at 12:00:43 with 497 notes

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

Vidrio.
Blanc Lemur.

posted on 06/09/2014 at 11:57:44 with 944 notes

bengiles:

Fucking portals (by ben///giles)

posted on 06/09/2014 at 11:56:16 with 754 notes

surrealism:

And His Entire Life Flashed Before His Eyes by Tim Lukeman, 2014. Collage.

posted on 06/09/2014 at 11:50:21 with 297 notes