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From Garry Neill Kennedy’s The Last Art College: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968-1978 (via toys and techniques)

From Garry Neill Kennedy’s The Last Art College: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968-1978 (via toys and techniques)

(via furtho)

Mark Rothko’s Multiforms, 1948

Mark Rothko’s Multiforms, 1948

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 1, By Lucas Adams.

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 1, By Lucas Adams.

(Source: believermag)

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 5, by Lucas Adams. 

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 5, by Lucas Adams. 

(Source: believermag)

Daniel Clowes, Art School Confidential, 1991.

In this darkness of the cinema (anonymous, populated, numerous-oh, the boredom, the frustration of so-called private showings!) lies the very fascination of the film (any film). Think of the contrary experience: on television, where films are also shown, no fascination; here darkness is erased, anonymity repressed; space is familiar, articulated (by furniture, known objects), tamed: the eroticism-no, to put it better, to get across the particular kind of lightness, of unfulfillment we mean: the eroticization of the place is foreclosed: television doomed us to the Family, whose household instrument it has become-what the hearth used to be, flanked by its communal kettle.
– Roland Barthes, Leaving the Movie Theatre, 1975.
an experiment that turned out to look like wall decor from Ikea

an experiment that turned out to look like wall decor from Ikea

Joker from Full Metal Jacket

Joker from Full Metal Jacket

GROUP OF SEVEN VS POLO RALPH LAUREN

a collection of limited edition Group of Seven paintings branded with Ralph Lauren’s Polo insignia

From Garry Neill Kennedy’s The Last Art College: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968-1978 (via toys and techniques)

From Garry Neill Kennedy’s The Last Art College: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968-1978 (via toys and techniques)

(via furtho)

Mark Rothko’s Multiforms, 1948

Mark Rothko’s Multiforms, 1948

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 1, By Lucas Adams.

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 1, By Lucas Adams.

(Source: believermag)

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 5, by Lucas Adams. 

Gettysburg Reenactment Drawing No. 5, by Lucas Adams. 

(Source: believermag)

Daniel Clowes, Art School Confidential, 1991.

In this darkness of the cinema (anonymous, populated, numerous-oh, the boredom, the frustration of so-called private showings!) lies the very fascination of the film (any film). Think of the contrary experience: on television, where films are also shown, no fascination; here darkness is erased, anonymity repressed; space is familiar, articulated (by furniture, known objects), tamed: the eroticism-no, to put it better, to get across the particular kind of lightness, of unfulfillment we mean: the eroticization of the place is foreclosed: television doomed us to the Family, whose household instrument it has become-what the hearth used to be, flanked by its communal kettle.
– Roland Barthes, Leaving the Movie Theatre, 1975.
an experiment that turned out to look like wall decor from Ikea

an experiment that turned out to look like wall decor from Ikea

Joker from Full Metal Jacket

Joker from Full Metal Jacket

yes

yes

GROUP OF SEVEN VS POLO RALPH LAUREN

a collection of limited edition Group of Seven paintings branded with Ralph Lauren’s Polo insignia

"In this darkness of the cinema (anonymous, populated, numerous-oh, the boredom, the frustration of so-called private showings!) lies the very fascination of the film (any film). Think of the contrary experience: on television, where films are also shown, no fascination; here darkness is erased, anonymity repressed; space is familiar, articulated (by furniture, known objects), tamed: the eroticism-no, to put it better, to get across the particular kind of lightness, of unfulfillment we mean: the eroticization of the place is foreclosed: television doomed us to the Family, whose household instrument it has become-what the hearth used to be, flanked by its communal kettle."

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