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efedra:

Entropy (Melilla, Spain - Morocco) by Escif

efedra:

Entropy (Melilla, Spain - Morocco) by Escif

"I don’t think love is always a huge, cataclysmal emotional event. I think sometimes it sits in front of you for a very long time until you glance over and say, oh, there you are. I don’t think it’s your saving grace. I think it’s the hand that you hold while you save yourself. I don’t think it’s someone who sweeps you off your feet. I think it’s someone who stays right beside you and lets you walk on your own. I don’t think it’s always a blazing but temporary insanity of racing hearts and hormones. I think that’s the love that changes us. The love that should stay with us is the calm, deep, thorough knowing that you want to be with someone despite logical objections. And what may be even more important than anything is that I think you find your own love at the very edges of where other people’s love pushes you."
(via theperksofbeingtiffany)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

leopoldasbeach:

JOSH REIM F/W 2014 COLLECTION IS SO AMAZING I WANT EVERYTHING

"

There is a secret bond between slowness and memory, between speed and forgetting. Consider this utterly commonplace situation: a man is walking down the street. At a certain moment, he tries to recall something, but the recollection escapes him. Automatically he slows down. Meanwhile, a person who wants to forget a disagreeable
incident he has just lived through starts unconsciously to speed up his pace, as if he were trying to distance himself from a thing still too close to him in time.

In existential mathematics, that experience takes the form of two basic equations: the degree of slowness is directly proportion to the intensity of memory; the degree of speed is directly proportional to the intensity of forgetting.

"
Milan Kundera, from Slowness (HarperCollins, 1996)

(Source: liquidnight, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

new-aesthetic:

Chilling App Reveals Security Cameras All Around You | Co.Design

Watch Your Privacy renders bulls eye-like hot spots on the ground where cameras could be filming, and it extends field-of-view cones from cameras themselves. This user interface does not blend in with subtlety. Cameras flood your view with red, yellow, and green iconography, and the relatively covert world of public surveillance is made wonderfully overt.

If it feels ironic that Google Glass—another camera aimed at the world around you—is the platform for Watch Your Privacy, know that the irony isn’t completely lost on Veenhof. When using the app, Glass users automatically upload their own GPS coordinates. This tags every other Watch Your Privacy user in your field of view, but tags you, as a fellow Google Glass/camera wearer, in the process.

new-aesthetic:

Chilling App Reveals Security Cameras All Around You | Co.Design

Watch Your Privacy renders bulls eye-like hot spots on the ground where cameras could be filming, and it extends field-of-view cones from cameras themselves. This user interface does not blend in with subtlety. Cameras flood your view with red, yellow, and green iconography, and the relatively covert world of public surveillance is made wonderfully overt. If it feels ironic that Google Glass—another camera aimed at the world around you—is the platform for Watch Your Privacy, know that the irony isn’t completely lost on Veenhof. When using the app, Glass users automatically upload their own GPS coordinates. This tags every other Watch Your Privacy user in your field of view, but tags you, as a fellow Google Glass/camera wearer, in the process.
for future reference (shoes from The Darjeeling Limited)

for future reference (shoes from The Darjeeling Limited)

(Source: etudes-studio)

theparisreview:

“Jump off the cliff and build your wings on the way down.” The secret of life and love, according to Ray Bradbury. (via)

artsy:

"When I began to work in video I continued to work that way, and I pretended I was making little films in my videotapes. When I began to perform with the video (the video that was going on simultaneously with the live performance) I was making images, a sequence of images."—Joan Jonas

artsy:

"When I began to work in video I continued to work that way, and I pretended I was making little films in my videotapes. When I began to perform with the video (the video that was going on simultaneously with the live performance) I was making images, a sequence of images."
Joan Jonas

letargos:

Holly Lynton - Untitled #5 (Pulling Toe), 1998

letargos:

Holly Lynton - Untitled #5 (Pulling Toe), 1998

(via toxicshock)

postcardsfromamerica:

Jim Goldberg, Kim, Milwaukee, WI 2014

postcardsfromamerica:

Jim Goldberg, Kim, Milwaukee, WI 2014

new-aesthetic:

marswiggles:

Right Mastcam, Sol 540

"Stereoscopic wiggle GIFs of Mars from Curiosity Rover, animated from MSL raw imagery by brownpau"

new-aesthetic:

marswiggles:

Right Mastcam, Sol 540

"Stereoscopic wiggle GIFs of Mars from Curiosity Rover, animated from MSL raw imagery by brownpau"

(Source: mars.jpl.nasa.gov)

postcardsfromamerica:

Lara, Milwaukee, WI, 2014
Alec Soth

postcardsfromamerica:

Lara, Milwaukee, WI, 2014

Alec Soth

specsenvogue:

Devon Aoki by Pierpaolo Ferrari for Kenzo SS/14

specsenvogue:

Devon Aoki by Pierpaolo Ferrari for Kenzo SS/14