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  3. "I am 66 and became aware of Leonard Cohen when at a family reunion in Cleveland when I was about 12 years old. An older cousin from Arizona was working for Green Peace and travelling to Europe to do some good. She told us of this man who was philosopher, songwriter, activist and teacher. His name was Leonard Cohen. I have admired him for his genius in all of the above traits ever since. He seems to see and experience life as it comes to him and adapts and grows along with it. Ever changing… ever challenging… ever beautiful. When I put my hand in our oceans waters and feel the energy and life that it gives me I could think of Leonard Cohen his energy and how his artistry has changed but his spirit always remains the same."
     
  4. alisonshendrixs:

    men’s rights activists

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  8. killthecurator:

    Cora Van

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  9. deadfern:

     “Point Break” by Maxine Gambus for Éditions du livre.

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  10. vuls:

    Patrick Heron, Harbour Window with Two Figures : St Ives : July 1950 

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  11. elisemesner:

    ANDREW MASULLO

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  12. scienceisbeauty:

    Chicken, eggs, tomatoes and pinapple, I never would have thought that this blog would feature rotten food. But even there you can find (some) beauty (especially because the Internet not transmit the smell).

    Over a period of nine months, fine art photographer Klaus Pichler turned the bathroom of his studio apartment into a curated collection of plastic containers, each containing food items available to the average citizen of industrialized Europe.

    Full history at National Geographic: Visualizing Waste: Klaus Pichler’s Gorgeous, Rotting Food.

    (via meekmade)

     
  13. eleventheleven:

    ART: Light Installation by (Fos)

    The protected facade of the vegan restaurant Rayen at Lope de Vega street in Madrid has been illuminated for 4 days and nights by more than 250ml of yellow tape, painted decor items, pineapples and… a lamp. A visual game between perspective and colored volumes that gained the looks.

    (Source: wetheurban, via to-om)

     
  14. red-lipstick:

    Lapo Simeoni (b. 1979, Orbetello, (GR), Italy) - Fire      Paintings: Oil on Copper Fix on Wood

    (Source: saatchiart.com, via t0mbs)

     
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