boyirl:

Place of holding me, 2010Oil on CanvasFábio Magalhães

boyirl:

Place of holding me, 2010
Oil on Canvas

Fábio Magalhães

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Detail of The Boxer of Quirinal showing a caestus, one of the earlier forms of boxing gloves, usually made with fabric or leather, but occasionally outfitted with blades and used as weapons.

Detail of The Boxer of Quirinal showing a caestus, one of the earlier forms of boxing gloves, usually made with fabric or leather, but occasionally outfitted with blades and used as weapons.

sxsweveryband:

STwo – “Aura”

 

Pairs Well With…Flume, Sango, Sweater Beats

 

Hip hop, R&B and down-tempo electronica – all elements of emerging producer STwo’s impressive concoctions.  STwo is a beatmaker and remixer by trade, but his tracks are so well rounded that they work as complete pieces without accompaniment.  His music is easy on the ears, minimizing body-shaking intentions for massaged melodies and understated rhythmic anchors.  Latest track “Aura”, released just this week, is perhaps STwo’s most spacious yet.  While this follows in STwo’s mostly instrumental foundation, be sure to give a listen to “Lovin U” for a fully formed, down-tempo R&B-pop song.  At just twenty years old, STwo is overflowing with potential – keep an ear out for this early streak of strength to continue into the next few years.

Trollstigen, or Troll’s Path, is a Road in Norway which became a popular attraction due to its steep incline of 10% and eleven hairpin bends up a steep mountainside.

Trollstigen, or Troll’s Path, is a Road in Norway which became a popular attraction due to its steep incline of 10% and eleven hairpin bends up a steep mountainside.

Cannibalism during the Russian famine of 1921.
Also known as Povolzhye famine, which began in the early spring of that year and lasted through 1922, was a severe famine that occurred in Bolshevik Russia. The famine, which killed an estimated 6 million, affected mostly the Volga and Ural River region. 

Cannibalism during the Russian famine of 1921.

Also known as Povolzhye famine, which began in the early spring of that year and lasted through 1922, was a severe famine that occurred in Bolshevik Russia. The famine, which killed an estimated 6 million, affected mostly the Volga and Ural River region. 

9-bits:

An incredible, mind-boggling performance art piece using projection mapping from GMUNK:

Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.

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Robin Williams as a mime in Central park. 1975.

Robin Williams as a mime in Central park. 1975.

Diana Bryant and Tiare jones falling from a collapsed fire escape. By Stanley Forman. Boston, Massachusetts, 1975. 

Diana Bryant and Tiare jones falling from a collapsed fire escape. By Stanley Forman. Boston, Massachusetts, 1975. 

Flaming June. Frederic Leighton 1895.
From Wikipedia:
“Flaming June is a painting by Sir Frederic Leighton, produced in 1895. Painted with oil paints on a 47” × 47” square canvas, it is widely considered to be Leighton’s magnum opus, showing his classicist nature. It is thought that the woman portrayed alludes to the figures of sleepingnymphs and naiads the Greeks often sculpted. The (toxic) Oleander branch in the top right, symbolises the fragile link between sleep and death.The actresses Dorothy Dene and Mary Lloyd, who were depicted in paintings by various Pre-Raphaelite artists, have been variously credited with modelling for the work.

Flaming June. Frederic Leighton 1895.

From Wikipedia:

Flaming June is a painting by Sir Frederic Leighton, produced in 1895. Painted with oil paints on a 47” × 47” square canvas, it is widely considered to be Leighton’s magnum opus, showing his classicist nature. It is thought that the woman portrayed alludes to the figures of sleepingnymphs and naiads the Greeks often sculpted. The (toxic) Oleander branch in the top right, symbolises the fragile link between sleep and death.The actresses Dorothy Dene and Mary Lloyd, who were depicted in paintings by various Pre-Raphaelite artists, have been variously credited with modelling for the work.

"The Wild Chase". Franz Von Stuck, 1889. The painting has become infamous for the subject’s resemblance to Hitler, whom is said to have based his image on that of the pagan god. Hitler was also born on the year the painting was made.

"The Wild Chase". Franz Von Stuck, 1889. The painting has become infamous for the subject’s resemblance to Hitler, whom is said to have based his image on that of the pagan god. Hitler was also born on the year the painting was made.

Cats in zero gravity. For Science.

Vivian Maier. Self Portrait. 1954

Vivian Maier. Self Portrait. 1954

Toni Frissell. On break from shooting fro Vogue. ca.1948

Toni Frissell. On break from shooting fro Vogue. ca.1948

"The problem with the world is that smart people are full of doubts and dumb people are full of confidence".

-Bertram Russell

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