October 17, 2011
cavetocanvas:

The Mournful One - Jean Dubuffet, 1959

cavetocanvas:

The Mournful One - Jean Dubuffet, 1959

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October 17, 2011
way-too-expensive: art-documents: Cindy Sherman for MAC cosmetics, 2011

way-too-expensiveart-documentsCindy Sherman for MAC cosmetics, 2011

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October 17, 2011
Roderick Hietbrink, The Others, 2011, (Exhibition view)

Roderick HietbrinkThe Others, 2011, (Exhibition view)

October 17, 2011

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October 16, 2011
®IP-OFF

®IP-OFF

October 16, 2011
This past week a Bank of America employee told a customer that they cannot be an Occupy Wall Street protester and a customer at the same time. That customer was then arrested. 
Wonder if there’ll be a massive customer exodus from Bank of America this week.

This past week a Bank of America employee told a customer that they cannot be an Occupy Wall Street protester and a customer at the same time. That customer was then arrested. 

Wonder if there’ll be a massive customer exodus from Bank of America this week.

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October 14, 2011
Elvis Di Fazio

Elvis Di Fazio

October 14, 2011
Peter Combe, Pink Interference, 32″ x 39″, mixed media, 2009

Peter Combe, Pink Interference, 32″ x 39″, mixed media, 2009

October 13, 2011
…sucks the Facebook page is down.

…sucks the Facebook page is down.

October 13, 2011
terrysdiary: Me as cardboard cut outs… cardboard cut outs as Me

terrysdiary: Me as cardboard cut outs… cardboard cut outs as Me

October 11, 2011
untitled by Andrew Sea James

untitled by Andrew Sea James

October 11, 2011

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October 11, 2011
Katie Paterson, As the World Turns, 2011
A record player which rotates in synchronisation with the earth.
A turntable that rotates in time with the earth, one revolution every 24 hours, playing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. If performed from beginning to end, the record would play for four years. The movement is so slow it isn’t visible to the naked eye, yet the player is turning, imperceptibly.

Katie Paterson, As the World Turns, 2011

A record player which rotates in synchronisation with the earth.

A turntable that rotates in time with the earth, one revolution every 24 hours, playing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. If performed from beginning to end, the record would play for four years. The movement is so slow it isn’t visible to the naked eye, yet the player is turning, imperceptibly.

October 10, 2011
terrysdiary: Me in Le Marais.

terrysdiary: Me in Le Marais.

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October 9, 2011
Peter Combe, Fleet Week as seen today in North Beach, San Francisco, 2011

Peter Combe, Fleet Week as seen today in North Beach, San Francisco, 2011

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