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Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - You Push And Pull Like Wolves At The Door And All I Hear Is Humming, 2009   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - Hummed As Prayers In Secret, 2009   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - I'm Sorry Again For Everything I've Been, 2010   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - Hear, 2011   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - Unknown Title (Cyclone)  Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - I Don't Even Like To Be Seen In The Parking Lot Between The Movies And The Drink And The Glass, Whatever The Hell That Means, 2009   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - I Am A Rabbit Out Of Room, 2009 Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - And That's Why My Hand Was Shaking. Because This Is Not A Man You Go And See, This Is A Man Who Summons You.   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - All Around The Ground We'll See A Flashlight Metronome That Skips To Sleep In Leaps, 2009   Digital Arts
Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - We Wait Out The Storm.   Digital Arts

red-lipstick:

Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - Title with each Illustration.   Digital Arts

(Source: tinymediaempire.com)

blackpicture:

Mark Seliger
Quentin Tarantino. Los Angeles (2009)

in today’s patriarchal society, woman’s desire is..alienated,..she desires what men expect her to desire,..she desires to be desired by men.
— 出典: S.Zizek (via alterities)
We are all mortal until the first kiss and the second glass of wine.
— 出典:Eduardo Galeano (via emotional-algebra)
Would you perhaps talk a little quieter!" asks the man at the next table. ‘Of course!’, we say and I know at the same time: This will not be likely. But then, ZIZEK talks indeed a little quieter and tells me: "the most important thing to breed anarchy, is after all, some degree of civil order.
— 出典:welt.de alterities.com/tagged/zizekjokes (via alterities)

fleurdulys:

Young Woman among the Flowers - Edouard Manet

1879

artschoolsucks:

things about art: art should be first and foremost a conversation between the artist and the materials. secondly a conversation between the past and the present. thirdly a conversation between the observer and the observed and last but not least a conversation between the artist and the world. 

thickenedlight:

“The elegance of a mathematical theorem is directly proportional to the number of independent ideas one can see in the theorem and inversely proportional to the effort it takes to see them.” 


― George PólyaMathematical Discovery on Understanding, Learning, and Teaching Problem Solving, Volume I

Bourgeois society is ruled by equivalence. It makes the dissimilar comparable by reducing it to abstract quantities. To the enlightenment, that which does not reduce to numbers, and ultimately to [money], becomes illusion.
— 出典:Theodor Adorno and Max HorkheimerDialectic of Enlightenment (1944)

(Source: levantineviper-archive)

With the disappearance of earth, thought will have stopped – leaving that disappearance absolutely unthought of.
— 出典:Jean-François Lyotard as quoted in Ray Brassier’s Nihil Unbound (via poeticsofdeath)

This seems like the purest form of narcissism.

(Source: aubzplaza)

gingerblivet:

molecularlifesciences:

angelicinnovator:

Biologists are jerks.

Our sense of humor is infectious. 

This needs to go viral.