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farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler
farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler

farmingtonlibrary:

Classic Horror Collection: Octavia Butler

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Official MAFIKIZOLO ft Uhuru KHONA (by Oskido I believe)

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via rothbart)

likeafieldmouse:

Kate MccGwire - Brood (2004) - 23,000 chicken wishbones
likeafieldmouse:

Kate MccGwire - Brood (2004) - 23,000 chicken wishbones
likeafieldmouse:

Kate MccGwire - Brood (2004) - 23,000 chicken wishbones
likeafieldmouse:

Kate MccGwire - Brood (2004) - 23,000 chicken wishbones
likeafieldmouse:

Kate MccGwire - Brood (2004) - 23,000 chicken wishbones

likeafieldmouse:

Kate MccGwire - Brood (2004) - 23,000 chicken wishbones

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Racism of Early Colour Photography Explored in Art Exhibition

frank-e-fighting-words:

medievalpoc:

This may be a slight digression, but I hope you find some relevance. The past few posts brought a photography exhibition to mind that attempts to highlight why the ‘intentions’ of those photographing the works of art are not necessarily relevant. The medium reflects the racism of its creators—at least, according to these artists.

‘Broomberg and Chanarin say their work, on show at Johannesburg’s Goodman Gallery, examines “the radical notion that prejudice might be inherent in the medium of photography itself”. They argue that early colour film was predicated on white skin: in 1977, when Jean-Luc Godard was invited on an assignment to Mozambique, he refused to use Kodak film on the grounds that the stock was inherently “racist”.

The light range was so narrow, Broomberg said, that “if you exposed film for a white kid, the black kid sitting next to him would be rendered invisible except for the whites of his eyes and teeth”. It was only when Kodak’s two biggest clients – the confectionary and furniture industries – complained that dark chocolate and dark furniture were losing out that it came up with a solution.’

(http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2013/jan/25/racism-colour-photography-exhibition)

Thanks for the great submission!

Putting this line on repeat

It was only when Kodak’s two biggest clients – the confectionary and furniture industries – complained that dark chocolate and dark FURNITURE were losing out that it came up with a solution.’

It was only when Kodak’s two biggest clients – the confectionary and furniture industries – complained that dark chocolate and dark FURNITURE were losing out that it came up with a solution.’

It was only when Kodak’s two biggest clients – the confectionary and furniture industries – complained that dark chocolate and dark FURNITURE were losing out that it came up with a solution.’

It was only when Kodak’s two biggest clients – the confectionary and furniture industries – complained that dark chocolate and dark FURNITURE were losing out that it came up with a solution.’

It was only when Kodak’s two biggest clients – the confectionary and furniture industries – complained that dark chocolate and dark FURNITURE were losing out that it came up with a solution.’

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2headedsnake:

Alicia Reyes McNamara
'Search It Search Me', 2012
ceramics
2headedsnake:

Alicia Reyes McNamara
'Search It Search Me', 2012
ceramics
2headedsnake:

Alicia Reyes McNamara
'Search It Search Me', 2012
ceramics

2headedsnake:

Alicia Reyes McNamara

'Search It Search Me', 2012

ceramics

(Source: aliciosa.blogspot.com, via hifructosemag)

2headedsnake:

Chris Duncan
2headedsnake:

Chris Duncan
2headedsnake:

Chris Duncan

threadless:

WATCH PHILIP TSENG’S PROCESS FOR CREATING INCREDIBLE VECTOR ART!

Phil Tseng, AKA pilihp, is an artist from San Diego, California. In Phil’s nearly 7.5 years on Threadless, he has submitted 119 design submissions, and has had 23 of those designs printed! That’s pretty impressive! In fact, Phil was just named Threadless collaborator of the year for his “Defenders of the Sky” design with Joe Van Wetering. Congrats, Phil!

Phil has recently put together a blog post featuring process videos of his vector illustrations, and we just had to share this with you! We’ll let Phil take over now:

Alex recently showed me how to record my laptop screen using QuickTime and I’ve been playing around with recording my process of vectoring my doodles in Illustrator. It’s been fun and also interesting to find out that it usually takes me about an hour to complete a design.

I’m using Adobe Illustrator CS5, the basic setup, and the MacBook Air trackpad (because I’m lazy and I work from my bed). I try to squeeze the long boring videos down to 4 minutes—otherwise you’ll just watch me tinker with selecting colors for 20 minutes.

Enjoy! :)”

Milk and Cereal - Vector Process from Philip Tseng on Vimeo

Hardcore Gamer - Vector Process from Philip Tseng on Vimeo

Corn Dog - Vector Process from Philip Tseng on Vimeo

what-do-i-wear:

Martell and Donya Campbell, fashion editors and designers
Martell (left): wearing a Lock & Co hat with a Paul Smith jacket and trousers, an FCUK tie and Tales of the Unexpected pocket square. The tie is a vintage Paul Smith number and the shoes are by Oliver Sweeney
Donya (right):  jacket, trousers, hat and bag are from Paul Smith and shoes are by Oliver Sweeney. also wearing vintage sunglasses (image: vogue)

what-do-i-wear:

Martell and Donya Campbell, fashion editors and designers

Martell (left): wearing a Lock & Co hat with a Paul Smith jacket and trousers, an FCUK tie and Tales of the Unexpected pocket square. The tie is a vintage Paul Smith number and the shoes are by Oliver Sweeney

Donya (right):  jacket, trousers, hat and bag are from Paul Smith and shoes are by Oliver Sweeney. also wearing vintage sunglasses (image: vogue)

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artofdarian:

Ender’s Shadow Movie - would of been cool too.

artofdarian:

Ender’s Shadow Movie - would of been cool too.

theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop
theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop

theladybadass:

Helen Humes and female dancers in Dizzy Gillespie’s 1947 musical film, Jivin’ in Be-Bop

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infinitylooper:

Something to think about:

The Earth is 4.6 billion years old. Let’s scale that to 46 years.
We have been here for 4 hours. Our industrial revolution began 1 minute ago.
In that time, we have destroyed more than 50% of the world’s forests.

This isn’t sustainable.

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