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Emily tolan/filmmaker

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csebastian:

from Facades: Cathedrals, Churches, Cloisters in Europe by Markus Brunetti
// christophvalse:nevver
csebastian:

from Facades: Cathedrals, Churches, Cloisters in Europe by Markus Brunetti
// christophvalse:nevver
csebastian:

from Facades: Cathedrals, Churches, Cloisters in Europe by Markus Brunetti
// christophvalse:nevver
csebastian:

from Facades: Cathedrals, Churches, Cloisters in Europe by Markus Brunetti
// christophvalse:nevver
csebastian:

from Facades: Cathedrals, Churches, Cloisters in Europe by Markus Brunetti
// christophvalse:nevver
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wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
wrk-kevintownsend:

wells of Mimir revisited—passive drawing* imagine these as 2’ cubes of ice on 20’ of canvas (instead of 2” cubes on 20” of paper) and you’ll get a sense for where this is headed




anonymous said:
When you say the Wells of Mimir are you referring to he Norse Mythology?





Yes. I was incredibly interested in the idea that the water of the well contains wisdom that is only accessible through a sacrifice…
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scarymansion:

Private photographs of Adolf Hitler practicing dramatic gestures for his speeches:Hitler understood the power of oratory, and his success in that arena was not accidental; it was the product of a great deal of practice and careful adjustment. Heinrich Hoffmann was Hitler’s personal photographer, who took an astonishing two million pictures of the Führer. Here we see a series of photographs by Hoffmann of Hitler practicing his exaggerated hand gestures to be used in future speeches. Hitler actually characterized different effects for the various poses, such as “gebieterisch” (domineering) or “kämpferisch” (pugnacious). (x)
scarymansion:

Private photographs of Adolf Hitler practicing dramatic gestures for his speeches:Hitler understood the power of oratory, and his success in that arena was not accidental; it was the product of a great deal of practice and careful adjustment. Heinrich Hoffmann was Hitler’s personal photographer, who took an astonishing two million pictures of the Führer. Here we see a series of photographs by Hoffmann of Hitler practicing his exaggerated hand gestures to be used in future speeches. Hitler actually characterized different effects for the various poses, such as “gebieterisch” (domineering) or “kämpferisch” (pugnacious). (x)
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marthajefferson:

analghesic:

ph. marthe sobczak
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Jessica Lange by Steven Klein for W Magazine, September 2014
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seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
seraphica:

Vintage double-exposure photographs [via]
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newyorker:

Take a look at works from a recent exhibit that highlights how artists are redefining smartphone photography.Top: Photograph by Laura El-Tantawy, Bottom-Left: Photograph by Tiny Collective, Bottom-Right: Photograph by Echo/Sight
newyorker:

Take a look at works from a recent exhibit that highlights how artists are redefining smartphone photography.Top: Photograph by Laura El-Tantawy, Bottom-Left: Photograph by Tiny Collective, Bottom-Right: Photograph by Echo/Sight
newyorker:

Take a look at works from a recent exhibit that highlights how artists are redefining smartphone photography.Top: Photograph by Laura El-Tantawy, Bottom-Left: Photograph by Tiny Collective, Bottom-Right: Photograph by Echo/Sight
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nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]
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Headline from The New York Times in 1919 
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January Jones photographed by Vincent Peters for Vogue Italia, August 2014 
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leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
leebarguss:

On the Road | Part 3 (by Justyna Zduńczyk)
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attheknick:

We’re embracing our animal instincts.