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pages from We Are WaitingIn A Forest up at Second Street Gallery for the show this Friday

pages from We Are WaitingIn A Forest up at Second Street Gallery for the show this Friday

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Hanging a ton of Fauves at Second Street Gallery for the show this Friday (thx @sarahyod )

Hanging a ton of Fauves at Second Street Gallery for the show this Friday (thx @sarahyod )

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Parenting Tips from a Vampire Weekend Mom →

austinkleon:

There’s a nice 2013 New Yorker profile of Najmieh Batmanglij, a cookbook writer who also happens to be the mother of Zal Batmanglij, a filmmaker, and Rostam Batmangali, one of the members of the band Vampire Weekend.

Her parenting tips are pretty solid, especially this one:

Model…

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lagrandguerre:

September 28, 1914
Russian cruiser “Zhenchug” sunk at Penang

lagrandguerre:


September 28, 1914

Russian cruiser “Zhenchug” sunk at Penang

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fuck-zines:

What am i doing here by Lin yi-hsuan 

http://www.hsuanlin.com/

http://www.hsuanlin.com/

http://www.hsuanlin.com/

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lagrandguerre:

September 27, 1914
After Georges Braque

lagrandguerre:


September 27, 1914

After Georges Braque

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"Writer’s block is a modern notion. Writers have probably suffered over their work ever since they first started signing it, but it was not until the early nineteenth century that creative inhibition became an actual issue in literature, something people took into account when they talked about the art. That was partly because, around this time, the conception of the art changed. Before, writers regarded what they did as a rational, purposeful activity, which they controlled. By contrast, the early Romantics came to see poetry as something externally, and magically, conferred."

Joan Acocella on writer’s block in her book, Twenty-eight Artists and Two Saints (via austinkleon)

We are workers.

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telegraphgallery:

Telegraph is hosting another screen-printing party! Join us as local artists, Thomas Dean, David Murray, and Matt Leech screen print new original designs. It’s a fun inky process, and a great way to increase your daily dose of art. Bring a blank t-shirt, pick a design by one of the artists, and experience this ancient art form for yourselves. Learn to pull a squeegee and more. Totally kid friendly and free.

October 3 - 5pm

RSVP HERE

GO THEN COME TO SECOND STREET GALLERY FOR MY OPENING AND MAKE FREE BOOKZ

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lagrandguerre:

September 26, 1914
Siege of Antwerp

lagrandguerre:

September 26, 1914

Siege of Antwerp

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lagrandguerre:

September 25, 1914
Battle of Albert begins

lagrandguerre:

September 25, 1914

Battle of Albert begins

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Page from a secret project with @sarahyod dropping at out show next week!

Page from a secret project with @sarahyod dropping at out show next week!

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theparisreview:

Henri Matisse’s illustrations for Baudelaire’s poetry collection, Les Fleurs du Mal. (via)

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capnamericrunch:

let-them-eat-vag:

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly

This is important

capnamericrunch:

let-them-eat-vag:

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly

This is important

(via beekeeperdannydevito)

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