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08 Sep 01:25

goosebumpsfitsandmalaria: Christina Ricci by Daniele &...



goosebumpsfitsandmalaria:

Christina Ricci by Daniele & Iango

09 Sep 00:21

darksilenceinsuburbia: Christer Karlstad. Good Night To All 2:...





darksilenceinsuburbia:

Christer Karlstad.

Good Night To All 2: Morning Dew. Oil on canvas.

The Seer 1: Sing. Oil on canvas.

09 Sep 02:24

wehavenostyle: saint laurent dance

08 Sep 03:57

A Compilation Video of Skateboarding Animals

by Rusty Blazenhoff
03 Sep 17:54

nevver: Self Portrait


Self Portrait, Grant Snider


Self Portrait, Grant Snider


Self Portrait, Grant Snider

nevver:

Self Portrait

03 Sep 16:48

Quote For The Day

by Andrew Sullivan

“The consummate interventionist Robert Kagan wrote in his recent book that the American military “remains unmatched.” It’s unmatched in the sense that the only guy in town with a tennis racket isn’t going to be playing a lot of tennis matches. But the object of war, in Liddell Hart’s famous distillation, is not to destroy the enemy’s tanks (or Russian helicopters) but his will. And on that front America loses, always. The “unmatched” superpower cannot impose its will on Kabul kleptocrats, Pashtun goatherds, Egyptian generals, or Benghazi militia. There is no reason to believe Syria would be an exception to this rule. America’s inability to win ought to be a burning national question, but it’s not even being asked,” – Mark Steyn.

Well, we’ve been asking it here at the Dish – ever since Iraq revealed what an anachronism American global power actually is. If you cannot break your enemies’ will, it matters not how much weaponry you have. The 20th Century is over.


03 Sep 17:00

The Bizarre Art of Maurizio Cattelan

by Alex Santoso


"Betsy" 1999

Who put grandma in the fridge? Relax, it's only artwork by Italian mixed media artist Maurizio Cattelan, who's known for his life-size effigies and taxidermy work, as well as his absurdist "art scene jokes."

One of his most famous work, "La Nona Ora" or (The Ninth Hour") depicts Pope John Paul II lying on the ground after being struck by a meteorite:


"La Nona Ora" 1999


"Untitled (Stephanie)" 2003. Photo: André Morin/Galerie Perrotin


"Not afraid of love" 2000


Untitled 2000


Untitled
2000


"A Perfect Day" 1999


"The first, they said, should be sweet like love; the second bitter, like life;
and the third soft, like death
" 1995


"Stadium" 1991

View more of Maurizio Cattalan's zany artwork over at Galerie Perrotin - via Cakehead Loves Evil

03 Sep 17:17

lolfactory: Oh, I Didn’t See YouThere Girl



lolfactory:

Oh, I Didn’t See YouThere Girl

03 Sep 00:08

Yayoi Kusama

03 Sep 02:23

yellowblog: nagaomaru : 歩くサメで画像検索したらこんなんでました。...

02 Sep 20:13

A separate reality


Alex Andreyev


Alex Andreyev


Alex Andreyev


Alex Andreyev

A separate reality

16 Jul 01:00

Memories of Butter

by Miss Cellania

There's a long line of strangely-named knockoffs of the margarine called I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. This picture was headlined "Saddest name for a butter substitute." The top comment had an even better joke:

The title of the Lifetime Original Movie chronicalling Paula Deen's fall from grace.

Of course, the puns fly thick and fast in the reddit thread. Link

22 Aug 22:00

20th Century Starks – Graphic Design and Illustrations by Mike Wrobel

by Hyathiz

Mike Wrobel is a French graphic designer based in Japan. He blames X-Files, Street Fighter,and horror movie magazines for his vivid imagination. According to him, he isn’t really interested in obvious and common designs. Mike’s goal is “to come up with something  unique, strong, and smart to make you and your business stand apart, attractive and visible.” He owns and operates his Moshi Studio, an independent design studio based in Tokyo focused on creative concepts, strong designs, innovative and provocative ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take a look at more of his work.

01 Aug 19:10

Thug Notes: The Catcher in The Rye

by Brad
Rickatyahoodotcom

I think this is better than the book.

Thug-notes

In this week’s edition of Thug Notes, Sparky Sweets, PhD provides a literary analysis of J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher In The Rye and its protagonist Holden Caulfield, the sixteen-year-old white boy who “straight up loses his s**t.”

01 Aug 19:07

Time is a Dimension

01 Aug 21:30

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01 Aug 18:04

Photo

Rickatyahoodotcom

Where do I get a Bowie Cat?



19 Jul 23:39

heartheambience: Just with the family…. count the number of...



heartheambience:

Just with the family….

count the number of things wrong with this picture…

20 Jul 00:02

This is amazing



This is amazing

20 Jul 01:09

crematorie: Ryoichi Kurokawa.

09 Apr 17:01

1965 : Communism, Hypnotism and the Beatles

by Chris Wild
Rickatyahoodotcom

via graham.boyd

09 Jul 16:01

"I may look like a schlub, but I’ve attended 6,000 art...



"I may look like a schlub, but I’ve attended 6,000 art lectures at The Met, and I’ve got more degrees than a thermometer."

15 Jul 20:20

Mental Health Break

by Andrew Sullivan

There’s getting served, and then there’s this:


10 Jul 19:29

The Political Cartoon Of The Year?

by Joe
10 Jul 18:11

Exploring Antelope Canyon

by Arnold Chao

The Nose

Slot Canyon Abstract Sandfall

kiss(es) [Explored, July 8, 2013]

Lower Antelope Canyon, AZ 羚羊谷 What's Hidden Below by Jim

Upper Antelope Canyon

descending into the earth Entering Antelope Canyon

Heart of Upper Antelope Canyon Antelope  Canyon

Threading The Needle The Ghost

A popular section of the Navajo Nation, Arizona, features Antelope Canyon — home to exceptionally photogenic sandstone formations. Flash floods and erosion created this stunning natural wonder of the American Southwest. Visitors enjoy strolls through its narrow passageways that are packed full of sunlight beams, sandfalls, and shapely rocks.

Do you want more pictures from this location? Visit the Antelope Canyon group.

Photos from Mike Olbinski Photography, Aerindad, Nagarajan Kanna, Rebecca Ang, gloryanlin, J Tiffan, kleemo, pup.ollie, BBB888 Photography, geekyrocketguy, Oilfighter, and Laurontario.


10 Jul 14:06

overhumor: Notorious organized crime gang caught in action



overhumor:

Notorious organized crime gang caught in action

09 Jul 04:16

Summer with Edvard Munch













Summer with Edvard Munch

08 Jul 18:19

Silicone Pens Give You the Maintenance-Free Lawn You’ve Always Wanted

by Dmitry

1131 Silicone Pens Give You the Maintenance Free Lawn Youve Always Wanted

If you love the look of plants on your desk, but have a nasty habit of killing them through neglect, consider this faux greenery as an alternative. What look like tall blades of grass are actually unfortunately-named Pooleaf pens with long wisps of silicone coming off the end.

They’re just $5 each, which isn’t too shabby, until you realize you’ll actually have to spend well over $100 to fill a pot to recreate the beautiful lawn effect. On the plus side, it will be incredibly obvious if someone steals one of your pens. [via Gizmodo]

266 Silicone Pens Give You the Maintenance Free Lawn Youve Always Wanted
350 Silicone Pens Give You the Maintenance Free Lawn Youve Always Wanted

    


08 Jul 19:20

Fearsome Chrome T-Rex Sculpture on the Banks of the Seine in Paris

by EDW Lynch

T-REX

photo by Anthony Gelot

A fearsome chromed skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex was recently installed on the banks of the Seine in Paris. Created by artist Philippe Pasqua, the aluminum and chrome sculpture is nearly 23 feet long and consists of 350 bones.

T Rex in Paris

photo by Jean-Charles Sarfati

via My Amazing Paris, Cavalier Zee, My Modern Metropolis

08 Jul 19:55

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