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Images, texts, and the occasional truck

Tuesday
hansnostdahl:

Oslo, 2014

hansnostdahl:

Oslo, 2014

greatleapsideways:

We may function with greater ease on the assumption that past, present and future are irreparably distinct, segregated spheres of existence. Photography is an apt means to deal with such a question, as the camera unceasingly divides continuity into individual fragments, which nevertheless draw us back toward the histories they depict. The overlapping geographies of time relayed in Goiris’s photographs evoke a sense of the future that is grounded in light, in the high aspirations of architectural form, and the sparseness of a desert that is alternately remote, roseate, urban and post-industrial. That such a future as his pictures depict so eerily resembles the present, while recalling the earth’s cataclysmic past, is a measure of the unalterable interdependency of those things we typically segregate in the record of our experience. In this sense, the wide span of Goiris’s photographs turns the divisions of time against themselves, through the fractured interstices of single images.

— from “Hubris, Utopia and the Future: Geert Goiris’s Lying Awake”, just published at thegreatleapsideways.com

likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van Loon - Selections from the ongoing series Schaeffer 

1. Lions’ Den

2. Cavity

3. Cavern

4. Invertebrate

5. Quiet Pour

6. 43.217114 | -88.264342

7. Crossfader I

8. Crossfader I (detail)

9. Shorn West

10. Short West (detail)

View more of the series on Behance

Purchase prints from the series here

blastedheath:

Koen van den Broek (Belgian, b. 1973), Stripes Intervention, Blue & Light Brown, 2009. Canvas, 50 x 75 cm.

blastedheath:

Koen van den Broek (Belgian, b. 1973), Stripes Intervention, Blue & Light Brown, 2009. Canvas, 50 x 75 cm.

(via jesuisperdu)

“Space is the greatest thing, as it contains all things”

—   Thales (via missfolly)

publicdesignfestival:

Inspired by the history of Hart’s Mill Surrounds, ASPECT Studios has just presented a new vibrant playscape. Located in Port Adelaide (Australia), the yellow line turns into words and play facilities and leads the children inside the space.

Pictures by: Don Brice _ All rights reserved.

(via floresenelatico)

streetartglobal:

Bartek Świątecki aka Pener from Poland with mad abstractions! (http://globalstreetart.com/pener)

streetartglobal:

Bartek Świątecki aka Pener from Poland with mad abstractions! (http://globalstreetart.com/pener)

canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

You may not believe in reincarnation or time travelling, but a young Enzo Ferrari and footballer Mesut Özil?

taf-art:

Contentment (1927). Maxfield Parrish.

taf-art:

Contentment (1927). Maxfield Parrish.

(via canadianbeerandpostmodernism)


Jesse Draxler

“The work of the eyes is done. Go now and do the heart-work on the images imprisoned within you.”

—   Rainer Maria Rilke (via likeafieldmouse)
pmikos:

Sean Cheetham

pmikos:

Sean Cheetham

(via un-monde-de-papier)