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Jul 23, 2014

Just guessing, but I should probably eat lunch before I figure out how to get water at my new place.

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ananthymous:

rvsa:

surfin’ birds

wowww

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oliverhibert:

Just finished The Fool.!! So many more to go!! #pamelacolmansmith #tarot
Jul 23, 2014 / 3,068 notes

oliverhibert:

Just finished The Fool.!! So many more to go!! #pamelacolmansmith #tarot

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nacho-scratcho:

Here’s my today’s present to myself.
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nacho-scratcho:

Here’s my today’s present to myself.

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nyehs:

maybe the real aesthetic was the friends we made along the way

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youngmonsters:

I can barely believe I am seeing this, but, here is an Edward Gorey drawing of an LA pool party, smoggy sky included.
(As seen on the most excellent Gorey blog http://goreyana.blogspot.com/) 
Jul 23, 2014 / 13 notes

youngmonsters:

I can barely believe I am seeing this, but, here is an Edward Gorey drawing of an LA pool party, smoggy sky included.

(As seen on the most excellent Gorey blog http://goreyana.blogspot.com/

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Jul 21, 2014 / 1,417 notes

“You are (on) an island” 
Originally made in 2011 for the Sacred and Profane art festival on Peaks Island, Maine. Eggert and her collaborator toured the sculpture around the UK on the back of a flatbed truck for two weeks in January 2013. The word ‘on’ blinks rhythmically on and off. For the moment that single word remains unilluminated, a new phrase with a different meaning emerges.
Photo: Mike Fleming
Jul 21, 2014 / 39,231 notes

“You are (on) an island” 

Originally made in 2011 for the Sacred and Profane art festival on Peaks Island, Maine. Eggert and her collaborator toured the sculpture around the UK on the back of a flatbed truck for two weeks in January 2013. The word ‘on’ blinks rhythmically on and off. For the moment that single word remains unilluminated, a new phrase with a different meaning emerges.

Photo: Mike Fleming

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