moma:

The exhibition Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art closes August 24! In this video, we revisit "Breathe with Me," an interactive studio inspired by Clark’s sense-based art. 

Ugh, this is, like, my worst nightmare.  Oh, I love going to the museum!  Look at all the pretty art!  Wait…why are you taking your shoes off…why…why is that man touching your foot…why are you touching that girl’s face with your foot…
I WILL NOT PARTAKE IN YOUR CREEPY FOOT SHENANIGANS MOMA!  YOU CAN KEEP YOUR FANCY ART!

moma:

The exhibition Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art closes August 24! In this video, we revisit "Breathe with Me," an interactive studio inspired by Clark’s sense-based art. 

Ugh, this is, like, my worst nightmare.  Oh, I love going to the museum!  Look at all the pretty art!  Wait…why are you taking your shoes off…why…why is that man touching your foot…why are you touching that girl’s face with your foot…

I WILL NOT PARTAKE IN YOUR CREEPY FOOT SHENANIGANS MOMA!  YOU CAN KEEP YOUR FANCY ART!

regretandchinesefood:

kaylahraquel:

LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOO

Ok but really tho

Wait…is this to sell?  What kind of market is there for Gallbladders and Spleens?

(Source: interquast)

coffeebuddha:

In real life, this cake practically glows with the amount of hatred and vitriol that I poured into it. Every ‘fuck’ and ‘god damn it’ that fell from my lips gave it a little extra shimmer. I swear to god that this is the smuggest cake I’ve ever decorated. I’m glad it was just for practice, because if I was actually selling this to someone, I’d feel the need to warn them, because it’s entirely possible this is like the Amityville of cakes. At more than one point I felt the urge to go find an axe and recreate the ‘Heeeeeeere’s Johnny!’ scene from The Shining.
It doesn’t come across as much in the picture, but believe me. In real life? This cake is a dick.

coffeebuddha:

In real life, this cake practically glows with the amount of hatred and vitriol that I poured into it. Every ‘fuck’ and ‘god damn it’ that fell from my lips gave it a little extra shimmer. I swear to god that this is the smuggest cake I’ve ever decorated. I’m glad it was just for practice, because if I was actually selling this to someone, I’d feel the need to warn them, because it’s entirely possible this is like the Amityville of cakes. At more than one point I felt the urge to go find an axe and recreate the ‘Heeeeeeere’s Johnny!’ scene from The Shining.

It doesn’t come across as much in the picture, but believe me. In real life? This cake is a dick.

showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/

The night before we leave for vacation:

Me: What time are we leaving tomorrow?

Dad: Oh, sometime before noon hopefully. We have a long drive.

Me: ...

The night before we return from vacation:

Me: What time are we leaving tomorrow?

Dad: Well...we'll need a certain amount of Rise and Shine tomorrow...

Me: ...

I'm sorry dad, but i cannot set my alarm clock to "Evasive Father O'clock" Can you just tell me what fucking time you want to leave?!

instagram:

Minimalist Scenes from Assam, India with @prince_sarmah

For more photos and videos from Prince, follow @prince_sarmah on Instagram.

19-year-old Instagrammer Prince Sarmah (@prince_sarmah) captures and shares minimalist scenes from his hometown of Assam, India. “I don’t even know how this style is developing—maybe I am more attracted to minimalist style to show how simple things can be influential.”

Most of Prince’s subjects are things he finds out in the streets such as animals, fruit stands and bikes. Instead of capturing them in their context such as in landscapes, he has a unique way of closing in on the focal point. “I don’t like to put the subject in the middle, so I cut out a portion of it and put it in a corner,” Prince explains. He also makes a conscious decision to shoot subjects “based on their relation with light.”

"Indian culture is rich in art, but due to the faster moving life here, people get less time to focus on it," says Prince. He feels strongly about motivating the younger generation to be more proactive about exploring their creativity. "I am influencing my friends to use Instagram, and someday, I want to organize an InstaMeet here, too.”