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horreure:

Be Brave, Cam Kerekes by Vicki King for Grit, Summer 2015

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nattonelli:

Pierre Boncompain - Chute en Bleu

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vjeranski:

William Turnbull (1922-2012)
Yellow Leaf Form, 1967

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Every morning on my way to work, I go through my local borough, Lewisham (a suburb in south-east London) – and I pass by numerous posters put up by some government agency saying something like ‘We Are Closing In’, with a picture of a stereotypical ‘welfare cheat’ – depicted as an unprepossessing, badly dressed, overweight woman, or a very shifty looking man, upon which has been superimposed the image of a target. Is this sort of crack-down propaganda – of which I see many examples in London on a daily basis, not to mention the ubiquitous surveillance cameras and other signs of social control – not virtually identical to the propaganda one might find in totalitarian regimes? Once again, we as a society are invited to close in around various ‘class enemies’ – no longer the bourgeoisie, but what Marx would call the lumpenproletariat. The aim of such propaganda is to construct an image of social unity – a stable social identity – through the exclusion and targeting of various social enemies, whether the teenage thug, the welfare cheat, the illegal immigrant, the sexual deviant, the Muslim terrorist. Its aim is also to take the attention away from the failings of government, its inability to prevent the social dislocation wrought by capitalist markets.
— Saul Newman,  Anarchism (via probablyasocialecologist)
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skt4ng:

SAMUEL YANG MA Collection photographed by HART+LESHKINA for 1granary

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rattenkonig:

(garthevans.com)

12 Cones (white) - Garth Evans. 1968.
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neoxu:

Untitled by kersti__k on Flickr.

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d0gbl0g:

lawnfurniture:

the future is coming

he evolving

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aleks-sz:

Hair. Issue 1

This zine was put together to explore the ideas about hair and its relationship with identity, gender, sexuality, culture and society. The ultimate purpose of this project is to reflect on and challenge the normative discourses around hair through artistic and academic exploration in the context of personal experience.

Features work by Scarlet Prentice, Issy Mitchell, Becky Lamming, Mona Cordes and Emilie Pichot. 

Edited by Aleks Szymczyk


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pru-e:

Honey Long  painting the parachute for Secret Garden Festival

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dust under microscope 

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northmagneticpole:

Analog Photo Journal - Berkeley, CA. 2014-Maria Daniela Quiros

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valleyhoodlum:

Kristopher Young by Brandon Stanciell.

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welcome to the desert of the real

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theparisreview:

Skin with [Frank] O’Hara Poem, Jasper Johns, 1963

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