surferspara:

Surfers’ Paradise internet artist residency and exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.

surferspara:

Surfers’ Paradise internet artist residency and exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.

(Source: surferspara)

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grayflannelsuit:

Trick or Treat (RKO, 1952), featuring Donald Duck.

grayflannelsuit:

Trick or Treat (RKO, 1952), featuring Donald Duck.

— 1 year ago with 135 notes
grayflannelsuit:

900 followers! That’s only 100 less than 1,000!
Celebration dinner is on me, spread the word.
(Swanson TV dinners, 1960)

grayflannelsuit:

900 followers! That’s only 100 less than 1,000!

Celebration dinner is on me, spread the word.

(Swanson TV dinners, 1960)

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newshour:

Banksy’s back. This time in New York City.
The graffiti artist quietly announced earlier this week via Twitter, Instagram and website that he would be taking “residency on the streets of New York.”
We’re tracking the whereabouts of his artwork here.

newshour:

Banksy’s back. This time in New York City.

The graffiti artist quietly announced earlier this week via Twitter, Instagram and website that he would be taking “residency on the streets of New York.”

We’re tracking the whereabouts of his artwork here.

— 1 year ago with 156 notes
lulinternet:

updated artist photo for ~accuracy~

lulinternet:

updated artist photo for ~accuracy~

(via laceymicallef)

— 1 year ago with 1796 notes
newyorker:

For her 1992-1993 series, “Signs That Say What You Want Them to Say and Not Signs That Say What Someone Else Wants You to Say,” the artist Gillian Wearing asked people on the street to write whatever they were thinking on a card and hold it up. Here is a selection of photographs from the series: http://nyr.kr/19o73mW
Photograph by Gillian Wearing, courtesy of Maureen Paley, London.

newyorker:

For her 1992-1993 series, “Signs That Say What You Want Them to Say and Not Signs That Say What Someone Else Wants You to Say,” the artist Gillian Wearing asked people on the street to write whatever they were thinking on a card and hold it up. Here is a selection of photographs from the series: http://nyr.kr/19o73mW

Photograph by Gillian Wearing, courtesy of Maureen Paley, London.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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newyorker:

Sasha Frere-Jones reports from Doug Aitken’s “Station to Station” train: http://nyr.kr/16icOWV

“It was like being led back to a brief burst of childhood, but with corporate funding. The idea that either felt wrong would be untrue, a cognitive dissonance that will take me a while to resolve. Everyone needs the chance to ride on a train full of people like those on ‘Station to Station.’”

Passing through the central California coast. Photograph by Ye Rin Mok.

newyorker:

Sasha Frere-Jones reports from Doug Aitken’s “Station to Station” train: http://nyr.kr/16icOWV

“It was like being led back to a brief burst of childhood, but with corporate funding. The idea that either felt wrong would be untrue, a cognitive dissonance that will take me a while to resolve. Everyone needs the chance to ride on a train full of people like those on ‘Station to Station.’”

Passing through the central California coast. Photograph by Ye Rin Mok.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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