Me and this plant

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*double cups ice water*

gallowhill:

Pipilotti Rist, Homo sapiens sapiens audio-video installation at San Stae Church, Venice, 2005

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gallowhill:

Pipilotti Rist, Homo sapiens sapiens audio-video installation at San Stae Church, Venice, 2005

How do you grow a beard

Blue 3.0 (Consumer Calibration), Julian Garcia, 2012 / Facebook Blue, Tumblr Blue and Twitter Blue on sculpture

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Blue 3.0 (Consumer Calibration), Julian Garcia, 2012 / Facebook Blue, Tumblr Blue and Twitter Blue on sculpture

blantonmuseum:

Tokyo-based artist Azuma Makoto launched a 50-year-old Japanese white pine bonsai, along with an arrangement of orchids, hydrangeas, lilies and irises, into the great beyond.

The carefully arranged greenery was expelled from planet earth from Black Rock Desert, Nevada — also the location of the Burning Man Festival. The whole project was taped, thanks to the six GoPro cameras strapped to the balloons which carried the plants. As you could probably guess, the juxtaposition of crisp floral arrangement and the empty wilderness of outer space is a surreal sight to behold.

"I went to Amazon, Brazil last year and created art pieces with plants that were full of aliveness in dense forest where I could hear groan from the earth," the artist explained to the Huffington Post. "This was a mind-blowing experience since I really felt that I was arranging the plants onto the earth. For this EXOBIOTANICA project, one of my inspiration sources was curiosity – I asked myself, ‘what would it happen when I arrange plants on the globe, from up in the sky?’ as a concept that is completely opposite of what I did in Brazil."

The goal was simple: “I wanted to explore how flowers and plants would bloom, decay and change outside of the earth. I wanted to seek and tell how their beauties will look with the earth as its background.” (via HuffPostArts)

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gallowhill:

Mark Rothko - Black Paintings in the Rothko Chapel

Photos by Adelaide de Menil Carpenter

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exiledpoetssociety:

An Army Of Pleasures by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

manufactoriel:

Perishable, by Jean Michel Basquiat

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manufactoriel:

Perishable, by Jean Michel Basquiat

I just immortalized myself thru art though

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