1. Will I fail theory of literature because I simply cannot make it to orlando by 9 a.m?


    Stay tuned

     

  2. oppressing-all-womyns:

    disneyvillainsforjustice:

    More on the Code of Chivalry

    - Mod Dawes Sr.

    Oh my fucking god

    (via pottyparty)

     

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  4. shainashit:

    Boob punch

    This is quiet possibly the best picture
    I’ve ever seen

     


  5. tree-gasm:

    rocknrollercoaster:

    And I’m a liar and a thief,
    Taking things from those better than me.
    Pathetic little man with some pathetic little dream,
    I hope you all can forgive me.

    this song will always be relevant

    (via trainbacon)

     

  6. asylum-art:

     Zdzislaw Beksinski Art

    [ Master Polish painter of the Fantastique ]

    1. Born: 24 February 1929; Sanok, Poland.
    2. Died: 21 February 2005; Warsaw, Poland.

    (via asylum-art)

     

  7. polmos:

    Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk, Paris 1969

    (via yvng-gloom)

     

  8. asylum-art:

    Fanny Alloing - Plaster and Gauze Body Sculptures

    Using materials such as plastered strips, silk and paper, French artist Fanny Alloing creates these beautiful body sculptures. Fanny started experimenting with moldings when she lost her beloved aunt, which caused her to think deadly about death and capturing emotion.

    See more of Fanny’s sculpture at her website or Behance.

    (via asylum-art)

     

  9. macaulaykulkin:

    River Phoenix by Yoshi OHara

    (via cameos)

     

  10. asylum-art:

          A living photography By chris fraser

    My light installations use the camera obscura as a point of departure. they are immersive optical environments, idealized spaces with discreet openings. in translating the outside world into moving fields of light and color, the projections make an argument for an unfixed notion of sight. motion emphasizes the vitality of these projections. whether through the slow arc of the sun, the kinetic pace of pedestrian traffic, or a sometimes easy pulse of wind, each work responds to an environment in flux.

    (via asylum-art)

     

  11. asylum-art:

    Regan Rosburg’s “Maelstrom” at David B. Smith Gallery

    Regan Rosburg‘s mixed-media artworks crystallize elements of nature, submerging what appear to be entire ecosystems in resin. Dominated by shades of off white, Rosburg’s works are filled with found objects such as wire, construction mesh and plastic bags, surprising viewers with the variety of textures and 3D details despite the quiet, even minimalist color palette. These rough materials take on a delicate appearance in Rosburg’s ornate juxtapositions filled with baroque flourishes. Rosburg has a solo show coming up on June 21 titled “Maelstrom” at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver.

    http://hifructose.com/2013/06/20/preview-regan-rosburgs-maelstrom-at-david-b-smith-gallery/

    (via asylum-art)

     

  12. asylum-art:

    | UNMASK:

    is made up of  Liu Zhan Kuangjun and Tan Tianwei.

    They all met while students of the sculpture department at the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.

    Since 2001 and three artists have been working together in this collective. Popular in both the East and the West, UNMASK have strong design elements to their sculptures and installations.

    (via asylum-art)

     

  13. f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

    David Stoupakis: Ashes to Sorrow

    Some beautiful new work by David Stoupakis recently exhibited in his solo show Ashes to Sorrow at the Last Rites Gallery. Horrific and alluring, these lushly colored paintings have a fairy tale-like quality, as female figures pose in symbolic scenes beneath stormy, foreboding skies.

    (via asylum-art)

     

  14. asylum-art:

     Symbiosis. By Marta Orlowska (Harrogate, United Kingdom)

    more: facebook Marta Orlowska Fine-Art-Photography


    (via asylum-art)

     


  15. I need to rehabilitate myself; I’ve been bringing useless chaos into my life and digging my way to rock bottom for about three years or so