Jejune Stardust
“Painting has nothing to do with thinking, because in painting thinking is painting.” - Gerhard Richter
Jejune Stardust
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Florent Tanet. A Colorful Winter.

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blackmountainmass:

In the beginning the universe was a state of chaos, out of which by a process of disintegration the lighter and finer portions separated themselves from their surroundings and rising upwards formed the skies, while the more substantial constituents resolved themselves into the world.
NATURE 1902 | Nature, Volume LXVI, May to October 1902
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"But every so often something shatters like ice and we are in the river of our existence. We are aware."

Louise Erdrich, from The Plague of Doves (Harper Perennial, 2009)

Louise Erdrich knows whats up.

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"The words of truth are always paradoxical."
Lao Tzu (via occult101)
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"You do not need to be loved, not at the cost of yourself. The single relationship that is truly central and crucial in a life is the relationship to the self. Of all the people you will know in a lifetime, you are the only one you will never lose and that you can depend on."
Jo Courdert (via marginsofmynotebook)
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showslow:

Leandro Erlich, Swimming Pool (1999) @ The 21 st. Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Permanent Collection
Erlich has constructed a full-size pool, complete with all its trappings, including a deck and a ladder. When approached from the first floor, visitors are confronted with a surreal scene: people, fully clothed, can be seen standing, walking, and breathing beneath the surface of the water. It is only when visitors enter the Duplex gallery from the basement that they recognize that the pool is empty, its construction a visual trick fashioned by the artist. A large, continuous piece of acrylic spans the pool and suspends water above it, creating the illusion of a standard swimming pool that is both disorienting and humorous.
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showslow:

Leandro Erlich, Swimming Pool (1999) @ The 21 st. Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Permanent Collection
Erlich has constructed a full-size pool, complete with all its trappings, including a deck and a ladder. When approached from the first floor, visitors are confronted with a surreal scene: people, fully clothed, can be seen standing, walking, and breathing beneath the surface of the water. It is only when visitors enter the Duplex gallery from the basement that they recognize that the pool is empty, its construction a visual trick fashioned by the artist. A large, continuous piece of acrylic spans the pool and suspends water above it, creating the illusion of a standard swimming pool that is both disorienting and humorous.
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showslow:

Leandro Erlich, Swimming Pool (1999) @ The 21 st. Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Permanent Collection
Erlich has constructed a full-size pool, complete with all its trappings, including a deck and a ladder. When approached from the first floor, visitors are confronted with a surreal scene: people, fully clothed, can be seen standing, walking, and breathing beneath the surface of the water. It is only when visitors enter the Duplex gallery from the basement that they recognize that the pool is empty, its construction a visual trick fashioned by the artist. A large, continuous piece of acrylic spans the pool and suspends water above it, creating the illusion of a standard swimming pool that is both disorienting and humorous.
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showslow:

Leandro Erlich, Swimming Pool (1999) @ The 21 st. Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Permanent Collection
Erlich has constructed a full-size pool, complete with all its trappings, including a deck and a ladder. When approached from the first floor, visitors are confronted with a surreal scene: people, fully clothed, can be seen standing, walking, and breathing beneath the surface of the water. It is only when visitors enter the Duplex gallery from the basement that they recognize that the pool is empty, its construction a visual trick fashioned by the artist. A large, continuous piece of acrylic spans the pool and suspends water above it, creating the illusion of a standard swimming pool that is both disorienting and humorous.
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"Nostalgia is a
dirty liar
that insists things
were better
than they seemed."
Michelle K., I Can’t Stop Questioning It  (via california-xox-n0stalgia)
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usoly:

Head by uberkraaft on Flickr.

This is how I felt today.
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brutereason:

sciencefangirl:

gothabillyglamcub:

asiancub86:

Good luck with that

And that’s why it’s fucking magic.

No one has that much magic.

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