eunoia
C. H. Adams - Seoul
eunoia
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ebony-eden:

Atrium, 2013
screen print, watercolour 
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euo:

Girl in Bathtub, 1949.Gelatin silver print, 12 3/4 x 11 1/4”.The Saul Steinberg Foundation.
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The Plaque Series - Jenny Holzer
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"In French, the verb blesser means ‘to wound.’ In English, ‘to bless’ is to confer spiritual power on someone or something by words or gestures. When children are christened or baptized in some Christian churches, the priest or minister blesses them by sprinkling holy water on their faces. But the modern word has darker, stranger roots. It comes from the Old English bletsian which mean ‘to sprinkle with blood’ and makes me think of ancient, grim forms of religious sacrifice where blood not water was the liquid possessing supernatural power - makes me remember standing as a boy so close to a scene of violence that the blood of it baptized me. To wound, to confer spiritual power, to sprinkle with blood."
Gregory Orr, The Blessing, pp. 3-4 (via spiritandteeth)
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bremser:

Allen Warren, Gloria Swanson, New York, 1972
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realitytvgifs:

TGIF
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for-science-sake:

Time-lapse of Stinkhorn Fungus growth.
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mpdrolet:


From The Anthropocene
Chris Scarborough
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theredghosts:

jaimejustelaphoto:

by Maurizio Di Iorio

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you-dot-gif:

beesandbombs: line dimension
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aqqindex:

Thomas Wrede, Bett in Botanischen, 2001
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