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21 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from underwaterness with 172 notes

inspiratietijd:

personal spaces

21 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from inspiratietijd with 65 notes

amare-habeo:

Victor Pivovarov (Russian, born 1937) - Wet Hair, 2004

amare-habeo:

Victor Pivovarov (Russian, born 1937) - Wet Hair, 2004

20 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from katelyn-newport with 2,615 notes

Untitled
Adrian Waggoner

Untitled

Adrian Waggoner

kylehinton:

Kevin Drumm - Just Lay Down and Forget It

20 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from tussn with 6 notes

"No one cares about you on the Internet. No one cares about whether you support the protest or do not. You are not under attack because for anyone online to do so would require an iota of concentrated focus, a personal investment in who you are as a discrete person. You are a symbol, a representation of some kind of ideological position. You do not matter. Your words do not matter. Your blustering and your indignation are motes of dust in a tornado. Your condemnation or approval are irrelevant. Nothing you say here affects the outcome of anything else. The only thing at stake here for you is your own self-image. This exists entirely in your own conscious brain. No one else is privy to that, and no one else gives one sweet damn about it. No one will nurture it, no one will account for it, no one will preserve it. You will be transformed into a representation of something. Your words will become symbolic of a position, of an aggregation of political views. This aggregate will either stand or not stand. It will be praised or derided, always in the service of the mind-state and self-image of your presumed benefactors or detractors. You are not important enough to have enemies. Those you perceive as enemies exist only for themselves. Welcome to the Internet."

Yup (via themundanematt)

20 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from sicksugar with 44 notes

cinoh:

Adelheid Malecki, Mein Herz gehort meinen Volkern, 1913

cinoh:

Adelheid Malecki, Mein Herz gehort meinen Volkern, 1913

20 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from mmg62ui35gyu24 with 74 notes

Egon Schiele ( 1890 - 1918) , Seven Paintings of Houses and Towns

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20 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from jackal79 with 470 notes

1109-83:

Muslimgauze - Vanilla Jellaba

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19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from 1109-83 with 51 notes

f-d-b-c-k:

Ramases - Molecular Delusion [Space Hymns] 1971

Ramases - Molecular Delusion [Space Hymns] 1971

'Molecular Delusions' is built around mantric-like chant with Sitar and Middle- Eastern influenced vocals. 

Ramases:
*Eric Stewart - lead guitar and moog synthesizer
*Lol Crème - lead guitar and moog synthesizer
*Kevin Godley - drums and flutes
*Graham Gouldman - guitar and bass
*Martin Raphael - sitar, vocals
*Dorothy Frost - female vocals

Here we have one of the quintessential ‘Hippie’ albums from the early 70’s - where a man and his wife have made a profound discovery by way of Egyptian divinity, and composed a bunch of interesting songs, some of them almost preachy, but musically speaking, it has its share of Space-Prog and Folk-Prog.

The band Ramases and his wife Sel have assembled here are future 10CC members Eric Stewart (Guitars/Moog synth), Lol Creame (Guitars/Moog synth), Kevin Godley (Drums and Flutes) and Graham Gouldman (Guitar/Bass) along with a Martin Raphael playing Sitar.

19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from cometsovcupid with 8 notes

(Source: magictransistor)

19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from cometsovcupid with 10,700 notes

70sscifiart:

Space hospitals.

Art by John Harris and John Berkey.

19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from cometsovcupid with 867 notes

70sscifiart:

1970s Bernal Sphere concept art for NASA. The first two are by Don Davis, and the rest are by Rick Guidice.

19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from cometsovcupid with 960 notes

boomerstarkiller67:

NASA Space Colony Art (1975-1976) - Don Davis and Rick Guidice - NASA Ames Research Center

19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from cometsovcupid with 345 notes

"Among the men and women, the multitude,
I perceive one picking me out by secret and divine signs.
Ah, lover and perfect equal.
I meant that you should discover me so, by my faint indirections;
And I, when I meet you, mean to discover you by the like in you"

Walt Whitman, Among the Multitude (via alcools)

19 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from alcools with 18 notes