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mixmaxart:

secretcinema1:

Untitled, from the series Studio 54, 1977-78, Tod Papageorge

#summer #mood
I don’t have a burning desire to go out and document anything. It just happens when it happens. It’s not a conscious effort, nor is it a struggle. Wouldn’t do it if it was. The idea of the suffering artist has never appealed to me. Being here is suffering enough.
by WILLIAM EGGLESTON (via bbook)

(Source: ronulicny, via bbook)

johnhoustonstockton:

just wanna get rich enough to buy my mom all the shit she deserves 

(via dude-rad)

sorryexcuseforsorry:

"I PUNCHED A HOLE THROUGH YOUR DOOR BECAUSE I’M AN ARTIST" (2014)

A Trinity that shades together slays together. 

(Source: flawlessvevo, via femininity-queird)

paintdeath:

erin wasson by nan goldin
roxanaazar:

vivian-fu:

Bruise, Mission, July 2014 by Vivian Fu

girlhood

visual-poetry:

by michael pederson

(via miguelmarquezoutside)

(via cosmicspread)

k-a-t-i-e-:

New York City Subway, 1980

Bruce Davidson

(via binablue)

granny-glass:

NOW! O*CLOCK
the time is now in the ice cream kingdom
granny-glass:

help me to name it

stomachlottery:

I have been in the habit of taking myself to really painful places lately??? But this was so beautiful today! So bright and sweet and green !!!

The only thing “free” about so-called free time is that it doesn’t cost the boss anything. Free time is mostly devoted to getting ready for work, going to work, returning from work, and recovering from work. Free time is a euphemism for the peculiar way labor, as a factor of production, not only transports itself at its own expense to and from the workplace, but assumes primary responsibility for its own maintenance and repair.
by The Abolition of Work by Bob Black, 1985 (via cosmicspread)

(Source: joxnofarc, via cosmicspread)