totalfilm:

50 Greatest 2013 Movie Villains
"you burn me"

Sappho, fragment 38 translated by Anne Carson in If Not, Winter (via proustitute)

Was told to read Anne Carson today, I think…  

a review by Tom Leninger a local DFW artist

uiucmfastudio:

mfa critiques, uiuc on Flickr.

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bobbycaputo:

These Are the First Combat Zone Tintype Photos Created Since the Civil War

Ed Drew is an artist who’s studying at the San Francisco Art Institute, pursuing a BFA in sculpture with a minor in photography. He’s also a defensive heavy weapons and tactics specialist for the California Air National Guard.

When Drew was deployed to Helmand Province, Afghanistan this past April as a helicopter aerial gunner, he decided to bring his passion for photography with him. What resulted were the first tintype photos to be created in a combat zone since the Civil War.

The Brooklyn-born photographer tells us that his motivation for the project was to stay sharp and not get rusty while he was away from home. “I was really interested in making art while I was in Afghanistan so I wouldn’t lose my momentum in my absence from art school,” he says.

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I love these so much!

(via soldierporn)

floofiesworld:

Solace and Solitude

Rural New Jersey
June 2013
its-a-living:

“Damn”
BY: IT’S A LIVING ©
INSTAGRAM: @ITSALIVING

its-a-living:

“Damn”

BY: IT’S A LIVING ©

INSTAGRAM: @ITSALIVING

(via catchtammy)

artruby:

Eric Wesley, Xanax, (2013) at International Art Objects Galleries

artruby:

Eric Wesley, Xanax, (2013) at International Art Objects Galleries

npr:

(via The Rock ’n’ Roll Casualty Who Became a War Hero - NYTimes.com)

What happened to him was so brutal, seeing success pass him by — twice. But he didn’t let that misfortune define him. Of all the guys I knew through my years in rock, a precious few made it huge. Good for them. Most never came close. Some never managed to get past the failure of the dream, but it seems pretty clear that [Jason] Everman did.

Big time rock star fame eluded him two times — once with Nirvana and once with Soundgarden, but it seems like maybe it was a bad fit in the first place. — heidi
Photo: Ian Allen for The New York Times

npr:

(via The Rock ’n’ Roll Casualty Who Became a War Hero - NYTimes.com)

What happened to him was so brutal, seeing success pass him by — twice. But he didn’t let that misfortune define him. Of all the guys I knew through my years in rock, a precious few made it huge. Good for them. Most never came close. Some never managed to get past the failure of the dream, but it seems pretty clear that [Jason] Everman did.

Big time rock star fame eluded him two times — once with Nirvana and once with Soundgarden, but it seems like maybe it was a bad fit in the first place. — heidi

Photo: Ian Allen for The New York Times

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