Reality continues to ruin my life

etceterablog:

Carl Andre If the Red Slayer, ca. 1958-1963 ink on paper laid on board 5 3/16 x 7 13/16 inches

etceterablog:

Carl Andre
If the Red Slayer, ca. 1958-1963
ink on paper laid on board
5 3/16 x 7 13/16 inches

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— 7 hours ago with 31 notes

fallenangelflonne:

aknowlee:

basedmountaindew:

kaldriss:

>tell my girl i love subs
>she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
>god damn i love sandwiches

>tell my girl i love subs
>she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
>god damn i cant stand dubbed anime

>tell my girl i love subs
>she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
>god damn i hope my real teacher never comes back

>tell my girl i love subs
>she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
>i’m 20,000 leagues under the fucking sea

(Source: grovyle, via -everdeen)

— 8 hours ago with 112365 notes

likeafieldmouse:

Joschi Herczeg and Daniele Kaehr - Explosions, 2010 - custom-built detonator connected to cameras and synchronized to photograph at the moment of explosion

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— 19 hours ago with 19882 notes

deanisadisneyprincess:

doctor: I’m afraid you have a rare disease called onomatopoeia
patient: is it serious?
doctor: it’s just as bad as it sounds

(Source: deanlovesyousammy, via boonies)

— 19 hours ago with 46144 notes

pikeys:

William Miller - Ruined Polaroids (2011)

"These pictures are taken with a camera that is, by most definitions, broken: an old Polaroid SX-70 camera.  With its first use I realized the camera wasn’t functioning properly. It sometimes spills out 2 pictures at a time and the film often gets stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling them in unpredictable ways. The image as it is exposed within the camera becomes pulled and stressed by these violent mechanisms, often to abstraction. Each one is determined by the idiosyncrasies of the film and the camera.

This project, Ruined Polaroids, is an unintended exploration into the 3-dimensional physical character of an antiquated photographic medium that touches on subjects such as the nature of chance, destruction and what constitutes a photograph.”

- Artists’ Statement on Ruined Polaroids

(via andreatheusurper)

— 3 days ago with 9050 notes