Marraqueta

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watre:

Pite House and Copper House 2 by Smiljan Radic, Chilean architect and designer of the Serpentine Galleries Pavilion 2014. For the first event in the Serpentine Galleries Park Nights programme, Smiljan wil be in conversation with the Serpentine’s co-directors Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

watre:

Pite House and Copper House 2 by Smiljan Radic, Chilean architect and designer of the Serpentine Galleries Pavilion 2014. For the first event in the Serpentine Galleries Park Nights programme, Smiljan wil be in conversation with the Serpentine’s co-directors Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

(vía bvsedjesus)

fette:

Left, Vija Celmins, Divided Sky, 2010, Mezzotint on paper, 300 x 210 mm.  Via. Right, photograph by Zdzisław Beksiński, Study for the Sadist’s Corset 3, 1957. Via.
Full moon sans werewolf, with clouds.
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Poetry leads to the same place as all forms of eroticism — to the blending and fusion of separate objects. It leads us to eternity, it leads us to death, and through death to continuity. Poetry is eternity; the sun matched with the sea.
Georges Bataille, from Death and Sensuality, 1962. Via.

fette:

Left, Vija Celmins, Divided Sky, 2010, Mezzotint on paper, 300 x 210 mm. Via. Right, photograph by Zdzisław Beksiński, Study for the Sadist’s Corset 3, 1957. Via.

Full moon sans werewolf, with clouds.

Poetry leads to the same place as all forms of eroticism — to the blending and fusion of separate objects. It leads us to eternity, it leads us to death, and through death to continuity. Poetry is eternity; the sun matched with the sea.

Georges Bataille, from Death and Sensuality, 1962. Via.

(vía photographsonthebrain)

fette:

Left, Vija Celmins, Divided Sky, 2010, Mezzotint on paper, 300 x 210 mm.  Via. Right, photograph by Zdzisław Beksiński, Study for the Sadist’s Corset 3, 1957. Via.
Full moon sans werewolf, with clouds.
—
Poetry leads to the same place as all forms of eroticism — to the blending and fusion of separate objects. It leads us to eternity, it leads us to death, and through death to continuity. Poetry is eternity; the sun matched with the sea.
Georges Bataille, from Death and Sensuality, 1962. Via.

fette:

Left, Vija Celmins, Divided Sky, 2010, Mezzotint on paper, 300 x 210 mm. Via. Right, photograph by Zdzisław Beksiński, Study for the Sadist’s Corset 3, 1957. Via.

Full moon sans werewolf, with clouds.

Poetry leads to the same place as all forms of eroticism — to the blending and fusion of separate objects. It leads us to eternity, it leads us to death, and through death to continuity. Poetry is eternity; the sun matched with the sea.

Georges Bataille, from Death and Sensuality, 1962. Via.

(vía photographsonthebrain)

supersonicart:

PangeaSeed x 1xRUN at Isla de Mujeres, Mexico.

PangeaSeed, which is an organization dedicated to saving the lives of endangered sea wildlife, just wrapped up it’s street art project “Sea Walls Expeditions: Murals for Oceans" in Isla de Mujeres, Mexico which was sponsored by fans and 1xRun.  The project found 15 world renown street artists working together to put up murals around the city to bring awareness to the endangered species.  I’ll have a more detailed post soon with many more images but for now be sure and check out the images below too! (Artists above: Tatiana Suarez, Nosego, Shark Toof and Smithe):

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instagram:

Surfing in the Clouds with @hisarahlee

For more of Sarah Lee’s atmospheric shots underwater and above, follow @hisarahlee.

“Duck diving”—the act of riding waves beneath the surf—has found a home in the incredible, ethereal photos by Hawai’i Instagrammer Sarah Lee (@hisarahlee). “One day I was out body-surfing and I saw the way the waves broke like this cool cloud in the sky, but underwater,” she says. “I thought, ‘the closest thing to flying could be diving under the waves.’”

Most of Sarah’s photos feature other female aquatic athletes, who are also her close friends. In part, she sees her subjects as extensions of herself. Growing up in Hawai’i, Sarah spent almost every moment in the water.

“The ocean is a force of nature you cannot control. That’s what I’ve enjoyed most about it,” she says. “The shot is always different.”

cabinporn:

Glaciologist’s cabin in the Adyl Suu Valley, Northern Caucasus, Russia.
Contributed by Alexander Andreev.

cabinporn:

Glaciologist’s cabin in the Adyl Suu Valley, Northern Caucasus, Russia.

Contributed by Alexander Andreev.