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trashpockets

mmepastel:

Vous l’aviez peut-être déjà repérée chez griffes il y a un mois ; moi je ne l’ai pas oubliée, je suis retournée voir ce qu’elle fait et c’est superbe.

Anna Valdez compose une oeuvre très personnelle, à base de plantes grasses, tissus et tapis chamarrés, imprimés ethniques comme on dit. Le cadre de ses toiles est saturé. Horror vacui. Je la comprends.

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mangoestho:

 Biddew Noir weave from Senegal

mypubliclands:

mypubliclands:

Twenty-five miles south of Alturas, California, in Northeastern Lassen County, the Tule Mountain Wilderness Study Area was the scene of wildfire in September 2012.  Some of Bob Wick’s amazing time lapse photography of the area in the aftermath can be found at http://bit.ly/Sb4T6G

My Public Lands Tumblr Throwback for our two year anniversary!

mothersnewsofficial:

thenearsightedmonkey:

Therefore, it is summer!

i’m not sorry for reblogging all these marlyses!!!!!!!!!! marrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrlys

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phoebe-bird:

Maud Lewis

phoebe-bird:

Maud Lewis

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“Yoko Ono is delightful and every time somebody over 35 or 40 makes a joke about how Yoko stinks, or Yoko’s bad at singing, or Yoko’s crazy, or Yoko broke up the Beatles… Every time that happens, a child is born and that child will help to overthrow the baby boomer hubris-fueled patriarchal institution that perpetuates jokes that aren’t funny and that just come from false premises SUCH AS ‘Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles’, SUCH AS ‘The Doors were good’, SUCH AS ‘Eric Clapton seemed like a good guy you’d just want to hang out with and hear his tunes and his stories.’ And that’s all FIDDLE FADDLE!”

—   Julie Klausner, How Was Your Week #151 (via dianaprosperity)

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“Just because you’re moving towards abstraction or minimalism doesn’t mean you have to let those [warm] feelings go.”

—   Zadie Smith in discussion with Chris Ware at NYPL Live at the New York Public Library main building on 11 Dec. 2012, on the feeling of fullness and warmth you get when taking in certain works of art. (via shariden)

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lorna simpson

In this picture from the early 1940s, travelers in California’s San Joaquin Valley gather owl’s clover and blue lupine in a field along Route 99.
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unklemeat:

"jean & her cat"

Bronx, New York, 1950’s.

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