Dr.LonelyHearts

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nicolajane:

Untitled on We Heart It.

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dumbmovieblog:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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(Source: chalkandwater)

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There is an idea of a Patrick Bateman; some kind of abstraction. But there is no real me: only an entity, something illusory. And though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are probably comparable… I simply am not there.

(Source: cyberqueer)

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oforiconcepts:

Scott Pilgrim GIF by Paul Robertson

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streetsick:

John Baldessari, Boring Art (1972)

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markmcevoy:

AWKWARD

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streetsick:

 John Baldessari

 In 1967 John Baldessari exhibited his ‘wrong’ series. He uses a selection of photographic images anchored by text. The most famous of which titled ‘wrong’ shows an image with poor composition juxtaposed by the text ‘wrong’ bellow the photograph. This image references a chapter on composition in a photography techniques book. The irony of the word is what makes the image so appealing, just blatant judgement of the photograph. The message that Baldessari was trying to say in the image is why should we conform to conventional aspects of art or photograph, why does our work have to be judged? The interesting fact is that an idea cannot be wrong or right as it is executed as a personal response. John Baldessari once stated: “You don’t want anyone to say ‘You can’t do that!’ But you do get a lot of that in New York. One of the healthiest things about California is - ‘Why not?’


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artruby:

John Baldessari, Pure Beauty. 

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atavus:

John Baldessari - Goya Series, 1997

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