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hiya! this is my new set and i’m trying to get into a festival through this. all i need is your likes on soundcloud, this means the world to me. i think if you give it a listen, you’ll like it anyway :=) thanks a lot!

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supersonicart:

Kris Kuksi’s “Revival.”

Kris Kuksi will be presenting a brand new series of his signature ornate sculptures with the solo show, “Revival,” at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City tonight - Thursday, November 21st.  Kuksi explains the title of the show as “about re-hashing, re-mixing, re-inventing, and re-creating” ones own ideas and overall society.  The meticulously assembled, mixed media sculptures portray historical, social and biblical themes and keep the eye entertained, for with closer inspections one will find the surface of the work alive with scenes of horror.  Kuksi lives and works in Kansas.  You can see more of the work from the show as well a few detail shots below:

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livinginankara:

image every time Melih Gokcek says something about how he changed Ankara

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supersonicelectronic:

Michael Reedy.

Paintings dealing with the dimensions of humanity by Mike Reedy:

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artmonia:

  1. The Deerest Ones
  2. Here I Am
  3. The Unbearable Lightness of Reluctance
  4. Aerial

 Kingabrit

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midcenturymodernfreak:

(Top) The Saul Bass Playground model is from a 1961 Graphis issue

(Bottom 2 photos) 1952 Isamu Noguchi’s Playground Proposal for UN’s New York Headquarters. Breaking out of the jungle gym and swing structures, the playground was never built as it was deemed unsafe for children.

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sadburro:

Jane Howarth

hate or glory

sadburro:

Jane Howarth

hate or glory

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sadburro:

Corresponding to a wave length of 400

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supersonicelectronic:

Michael Page.

Michael Page’sThe Places You’ll Go" is currently on display at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California until November 2nd, 2013.  The body of work is a continuation of Page’s brightly colored explorations into child-like expression:

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